March 10, 2001 RSS feed / Front Page

Kids Speak Out Youth Forum Held Today

The days of "children are to be seen, not heard," are long gone, as Senator Malcolm Smith hosts a youth forum today, Saturday, March 10, enabling local youngsters to tell their parents, teachers, elected officials, police officers and other More...

Police Identify Body Of Christopher O’Brien Found Floating In Icy Waters Of Jamaica Bay

The body of 38 year old Christopher O More...

Columnists

Beachcomber

Due to poor weather conditions, The Wave More...

Chatting With Chapey

Myra O More...

Dorothy Dunne...

St. Patrick must have smiled down on the Rockaway St. Patrick More...

Teachers Say Goodbye!

Retirement Exodus Hits Local Schools More...

Beware Of Scam Artists Collecting For Charity

Police officers from the 100 Precinct have been getting several calls about suspicious fundraisers, going door to door, throughout the west end of the peninsula falsely purporting themselves as collectors for the March of Dimes Foundation. More...

KeySpan Won’t ‘Waste’ Time On Cleanup

Officials from Keyspan Energy met with Assemblywoman Audrey Pheffer earlier last week to discuss the progress of a cleanup at the former LILCO site, a 10-acre parcel, on Beach 108 Street, between Beach Channel Drive and the freeway. More...

Memorial Ceremony For Leon S. Locke

To honor past Wave Publisher Leon Locke, the staff of the 108-year-old community newspaper has organized a memorial ceremony on Friday, March 16, 2001 at 5 p.m. on Beach 116 Street (meet in front of West End Realty). More...

Sports

Athlete Of The Week

Tennis is not a sport for the impatient of spirit. The very dynamics of the game require a careful balance between brute force and meticulous shot planning. That More...

Connecticut Invitational Triple-Header Contributed by Jim Hurley It was a string of three hard-fought games last Friday, March 2.

The games commenced with the sixth grade boys match, with St. Francis hosting the team from South Windsor, Connecticut. More...

Fitness Forum

A few weeks ago, I was watching television and I heard a saying that I had never heard before, "the good living". It was the first time I ever came across the phrase, and I was sort of intrigued by its meaning. Evidently, it More...


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