December 30, 2000 RSS feed / Front Page

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Beachcomber

Congrats to Deputy Inspector Gary Scirica (101 Precinct), Captain John Miller (100 Precinct) and the men and women who serve in both precincts for Rockaway More...

Chatting With Chapey New Year 2001: Best Wishes To All

The last few weeks have been opportunities to meet with friends and neighbors and share the good wishes of the season. More...

DOROTHY DUNNE

Riding the NASDAQ roller coaster with Santa in Times Square I wish all a happy, healthy and prosperous New Year. The financial predictions are uncertain, the market is unwieldy and that all calls for caution. More...

Crime Down In Rockaway

What A Difference A Year Makes

Crime statistics continued to drop steadily across the entire Rockaway peninsula during 2000 with some dramatic decreases in the 100 Precinct in murder, assault, burglary and grand larceny. More...

Sanitation Dept. Alerts Public:

No Garbage Or Recycling Pickup On Monday

In observance of New Year’s Day, there will be no street cleaning, garbage or recycling collection on Monday, January 1 by the New York City Department of Sanitation. More...

Sports

Athletes Celebrate At Special Olympics Party

St. Camillus Special Olympics had its annual holiday party that was highlighted by a visit from Santa Claus, a.k.a. John Hamilton. Santa presented new Special Olympics tee-shirts, designed by It More...

St. Camillus Girls Basketball: American Legion And Wave Come Neck To Neck

St. Camillus Junior girls More...

Letters

Battle For Profit

A recent editorial in The Wave dated December 23, 2000 expressed some concerns on the growing tourism in the Queens County. More...

Spirit Of Giving

For years I have been involved in bringing nutrition to the underserved and families in need living in Far Rockaway. This holiday season I am a witness to giving and philanthropy at a level never before seen in Far Rockaway. More...

Vet Takes On Weiner

After reading an article other day, I have been moved, for the first time in my life, to write a letter to a newspaper.  The article told of the plan of Congressman Anthony Weiner to replace missing or tattered old flags from public places like More...


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