September 29, 2001 RSS feed / Front Page

‘The Day I Lost My Heart’ Husband of Missing Far Rockaway Woman Speaks

In the nearly three weeks since the attack on the World Trade Center, many people have managed to hold on to the slightest hope that their loved ones are still alive. More...

Columnists

Beachcomber

All three of the candlelight vigils held last Sunday were a large success. More than 3,000 people showed up at Fort Tilden for the West End vigil. More...

Chatting With Chapey by Dr. Geraldine M. Chapey

Federal and State laws are in place to assist special education students who are preparing to leave school. More...

Dorothy Dunne

The WTC disaster created clouds of smoke that hung heavy over the city and brought the stench of burning rubber throughout many, many streets in New York City for the past two weeks, according to its residents. More...

Sanders Trounces The Competition

By Gary G. Toms More...

The Fallen

The following list consists of those individuals that are missing or presumed dead in relation to the World Trade Center attack. More...

Entrepreneurship Program For Teens

The Rockaway Development and Revitalization Corporation (R.D.R.C) is launching a 10-week entrepreneurship program, in conjunction with the Project for Rockaway Youth in Safety and Education (PRYSE). More...

Baruch College and PRYSE Issue Survey

The Project for Rockaway Youth in Safety and Education held its Steering Committee meeting on September 21 in the Meditation Room of the Peninsula Hospital Center. More...

Sports

St Thomas More Cross Country Season Begins

The Fall 2001 CYO Cross Country Season opens on Sunday, September 30th at Alley Spring Park. The first CYO race will be a developmental meet. More...

HS Football Teams Continue To Win Big

Beach Channel 41 More...

Success At The Monahan Tournament

This past Saturday, September 22nd was the 6th annual John J. Monahan Tournament in Broad Channel. All of the proceeds are going to the World Trade Center Disaster Family Fund. More...

Editorial/Opinion

Once Again, American Complacency

December 7, 1941, a "Day That Will Live In Infamy." Editorialists and others have likened the September 11, 2001 attack on the World Trade Center to that attack on our military at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. America was complacent then. More...

This Is No Time For Politics

Last week there were a number of memorials held in honor of those who bravely gave their lives during the World Trade Center attack. More...


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