September 16, 2000 RSS feed / Front Page

Vallone Says: Reopen Neponsit Home

Two years after Neponsit Health Care Center was closed under a cloud of controversy, New York City Council Speaker Peter Vallone has asked Mayor Rudy Giuliani to reopen the facility to its former use. More...

Columnists

Beachcomber

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Chatting With Chapey

Educators Register For KCC Classes More...

Dorothy Dunne

"Dorothy Dunne travels in style to San Diego" to be aired this Saturday, September 16 on UHF channel 39 at 10:30 a.m. Please tune in. More...

Letters

Parking Problems

This is regarding the summer weekend restriction of cars in the Belle Harbor, Rockaway Park area in Queens. More...

Rugby Rooter

Your columnist John Ronayne needs to do his research before "slamming" the Rockaway Rugby Club. Through their annual 7 More...

Turning The Other Cheek

It was quite amazing to see so many people who claim to be pro-life and against partial-birth abortions step up and vote for Anthony Weiner and Hillary Clinton on Tuesday. More...

Ferry Heads To Rockaway?

In a much anticipated announcement, Congressman Anthony Weiner and officials from Gateway National Recreation Area opened the Riis Ferry Landing last week. More...

Keeping Their Jobs Weiner, Cummings Win Primary

Two of Rockaway More...

Larcenists Nabbed Patrol Cops On The Ball

Belle Harbor residents might be able to rest a bit easier this week knowing that 100 Precinct police have nabbed at least two of the persons they believe to have committed several break-ins in automobiles, sheds and garages in that area over the pas More...

Shooting At Elks Club Cops Seeking Witness

Detectives from the 101 Precinct are in the midst of an investigation of a shooting of an off-duty New York City corrections officer that occurred on Saturday, September 2, 2000 at the Elks Lodge located at 14-10 Beach Channel drive, Far Rockaway. More...

Sports

CYO B-Ball At St. Rose

Registration will take place on Monday, September 18, from 7:00 p.m.-8:30 p.m. in Saint Rose of Lima auditorium on Beach 84 street. The fee for one child is $65 ($75 for a family). Birth certificate must be brought to registration. More...

Fitness Forum… Ask The Personal Trainer

QUESTION
Dear Shaun,

I need motivation. I More...

Shamrock Pee Wees Open With A Win

Broad Channel seven and eight year old Pee Wee Shamrocks kicked off the 2000 football season with a 26 to 13 victory over the visiting Seaford Colts in front of a large home crowd last Sunday in Broad Channel. More...


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