March 24, 2001 RSS feed / Front Page

Theater Group Performs ‘Wizard Of Oz’ Follow The Yellow Brick Road Into Broad Channel

The Broad Channel Theater group will be performing The Wizard of Oz this weekend.  This is the fifth year anniversary of the group.  Past performances have been Grease, Some Like It Hot, Anything Goes and Broadway Echoes. More...

Joan Ward George Speaks At Next Precinct Meeting

Joan Ward George of The Wave has worked collaboratively with the 100 Precinct to make Rockaway More...

Columnists

Beachcomber

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Chatting With Chapey

March: Irish History & Cultural Month More...

Dorothy Dunne

If you passed by Beach 116 Street this week you were sure to notice the American Flag at half-mast. This was in memory of Leon Locke, publisher of our newspaper, The Wave of Long Island. More...

Far Rock Man Convicted Of Murder

A Far Rockaway man was convicted this week on murder charges stemming from a series of six robberies he committed in the Rockaways in 1998. More...

Parks Dept. Plunges Into Lifeguard Recruitment Public Urged To Apply Now For Summer 2001

By John C. McLoughlin More...

‘Say No To Violence Week’ In Far Rock

During the week of March 26, 2001 to March 30, 2001, Far Rockaway More...

Gian Jones Announces Candidacy For City Council

Just when you thought you knew what is happening in the City Council race in the 31st District, a new candidate is officially entering the race. On Sunday, March 25, 2001, Gian A. More...

Sports

B.C.A.C. Swimming Nabs First Win

The Broad Channel Athletic Club swim team won their first swim meet of the season against St. Elsewhere 47 to 67. More...

Local Legend Named As Head Coach By Poly U.

In a recent press release Polytechnic University announced that "as part of a major expansion of its intercollegiate sports program, Polytechnic has named Maureen Gigliello as head coach of the University More...

Local High School Spring Schedule

Far Rockaway High School Girls Varsity Softball: More...


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