September 23, 2000 RSS feed / Front Page

Near Tragedy Averted

Elderly Arthur "Artie" Stein had lived alone in his Surfside apartment in Rockaway Park for several years. More...

Silva Arrested ‘Most Wanted’ Works

James Silva found himself face to face with his picture in last week More...

Columnists

Beachcomber

Don More...

Chatting With Chapey

Archbishop Egan Congratulates Dr. Chapey More...

Dorothy Dunne…

Manhattan gets closer everyday as we look forward to ferry service from the big city to Breezy Point. How great! And how wonderful for Rockaway as well. More...

$10,000 Stolen From Armored Mini Van

Sunday was a very bad day for an unsuspecting payroll collector who had his armored mini-van and $10,000 stolen from him. More...

ATM Vandalized Cops Looking For Clues

Fleet Bank located at 231 Beach 20 street was the scene of a robbery during the early morning hours on Friday, September 15, 2000. More...

Drug Bust On B. 91 St.

By Joan Ward George More...

RMAC Fall Festival This Weekend

Rockaway Music and Arts Council will celebrate its 17th Annual Fall Festival this weekend, Saturday and Sunday, September 23 and 24, at the Riis Park Bathhouse. Events begin on both days at 11 a.m. and conclude at 6 p.m. More...

Sports

Chris Cori Tourney Raises Funds For Child

The 15th Annual Chris Cori Memorial Softball Tournament was held recently at Riis Park. More...

C.Y.O. Soccer: St. Thomas More Shuts Out SFDS

By Greeny More...

Victory Kicks-off Cyclones Soccer Season

The fall season opener for the GJOA Cyclones kicked off on Saturday with a dominating 9-0 home victory over the Silver Lake Staten Island team. Coach Joe Fuller More...

Letters

Boyle Responds

You better stop printing these hate letters about me. I'm very hurt. When I end it all by jumping off the dunes of Beach 140 street, it'll be on your head. More...

Kids Learn By Example

Classes have started and it is a beautiful picture to see the colorful rush of children coming back to school, some excited, some shy, some scared. More...

Kudos To Gateway

(Letter to Billy Garret, superintendent, Gateway National Recreation, Jamaica Bay Unit.) More...


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