September 8, 2001 RSS feed / Front Page

No Voting Machines For Local Homes by Howard Schwach

Despite the fact that nursing homes in Manhattan, Brooklyn and the Bronx will get back the voting machines that were taken from them by a Board of Elections decision that there can be only one polling place in each election district, similar facilit More...

Columnists

Beachcomber

The Long Island Power Authority (LIPA) has stopped work on the old LILCO site on Beach Channel Drive between Beach 108 and Beach 122 Streets. More...

Boyle-ing Points by Kevin Boyle

Just a couple of weeks ago Little League sensation Danny Almonte looked like the next Sandy Koufax. Now, thanks to a phony birth certificate and evidence of hooky, he looks like the next Lew Simon. More...

Chatting With Chapey by Dr. Geraldine M. Chapey

Each year we look forward to a wonderful Labor Day barbecue at the West End Temple.  It's a great family event with traditional American favorites - hot dogs, barbecued chicken and corn on the cob. More...

Editorial/Opinion

‘And Down The Stretch They Come!’

With less than a week to go before the Primary, many voters are still undecided on who they will support in the race for the City Council seat in the 31st district. More...

For City Council, It’s Jorge and Sanders

Historically, The Wave has refrained from making political endorsements in Primary elections. More...

Your Vote Will Count

There is no doubt that this is an historic election. With incumbents out of the picture in many of the races to be contested in Tuesday More...

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Community Wins One: LIPA Suspends Work by Howard Schwach

Bowing to pressure from both community groups and from Assemblywoman Audrey Pheffer, the Long Island Power Authority (LIPA) has temporarily suspended work on its new substation on the old LILCO site on Beach Channel Drive between Beach 108 and Beach More...

Miller, HDC Mystery Resolved by Gary G. Toms

In a front page story that was run a few weeks ago, entitled "It More...

Political Spotlight

James Sanders, Jr.: Challenging A Broken System More...

Sports

St. Camillus Basketball Registration

Boys and Girls from the grades of kindergarten through the 9th grade are eligible to register for the St. Camillus Intramural and CYO basketball program. This will take at the St. Camillus Rectory Basement on Sunday, September 16th from 11 a.m. More...

Breezy Point Par-Tee News by Marion Lynch

The Tournament has come and gone, but as always in the past, scores and winners are only revealed at the luncheon two weeks hence. More...

Brooklyn Cyclones Update by Elio Velez

The Brooklyn Cyclones prepare for the playoffs as they play the Staten Island Yankees in a three game series that started on Thursday night. More...

Letters

A Program That Works

The following letter was submitted to Commissioner Jerry Cammarata, of the Department of Youth and Community Development. More...

But, You Said You Cared!

Dear Editor; More...

Chris Is The One

Dear Editor, More...


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