October 6, 2001 RSS feed / Front Page

Man Pleads Guilty in Broad Channel Hate Attack

A Brooklyn man pled guilty in Queens Supreme Court last week to a vicious knife attack at the Broad Channel subway station. He reportedly will be sentenced to sixteen years to life under a new Hate Crime statue enacted shortly before the crime. More...

Columnists

Beachcomber

The Rotary Club has decided to keep its flags at half-staff in honor of those who fell at the World Trade Center rather than heed the president More...

Chatting With Chapey by Dr. Geraldine M. Chapey

Mayor Rudolph Giuliani addressed the UN Conference on Eliminating Terrorism. He noted that New York is the most diverse city in the world. More...

Dorothy Dunne

Flags are flying from every terrace and lawn all over Rockaway in evidence, not only of the great losses we had to bare from the terrorist attack on September 11 at the WTC, but to display our love and loyalty to the United Sates of America. More...

Editorial/Opinion

A Memorial Park For Rockaway

The list of those who have fallen to terrorism at the World Trade Center on September 11 has touched a nerve throughout the peninsula, from Far Rockaway and Bayswater to Breezy Point and onto Broad Channel. More...

Democracy Means Elections

During the darkest days of the Civil War, America held an election for President. At the height of the fighting during World War II, when democracy was on the brink, America held an election. More...

In Memory of Unsung Heroes

Since the harrowing attack on the World Trade Center, most of the stories presented in various media forms have focused on the brave members of the New York City Fire and Police Departments who perished. More...

Blood Drives Aim To Offset Shortage

Due to the tragic events surrounding the attack on the World Trade Center, and an overwhelming response from community residents wanting to get involved, two blood drives have been set up to try and help curtail the New York City blood shortage. More...

Rumors Targeting Ethnic Groups Abound In Wake of WTC Attack

There have been few of what police term "bias crimes" in Rockaway in the wake of the terrorist attack on the World Trade Center on September 11, but rumor and innuendo continue to fan the flames caused by that horrific event. More...

Sports

B.C. Shamrocks Whip West Babylon by Gerard Brosnahan

The football season is heating up in Broad Channel! The Shamrocks are again poised to make another run at the Nassau Suffolk Football League championship. More...

H.S. Football Teams Stay Undefeated

Beach Channel 30 Boys & Girls 12 More...

Take The Field Program Scores a Touchdown

When The Far Rockaway Seahorses Football team took the field for their first game of the year, a new addition for the team was prominently mentioned. On that Saturday, Far Rock stepped onto their rebuilt football field and won their first game 22-0. More...


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