October 20, 2001 RSS feed / Front Page

T-Shirt Sales To Replace Ambulance

Activists in Broad Channel are selling patriotic T-shirts to raise money for the Broad Channel Volunteer Fire More...

Columnists

Beachcomber

The owner of the Bay-Gull Store in Broad Channel recently called The Wave to say that she would no longer carry The Wave in her store because of an article that we printed recently that headlined the fact that a man had pled guilty in a hate crime at More...

Boyle-ing Points by Kevin Boyle

You look across the bay and see the jagged skyline sparkling like beach quartz. Other times, usually late in the day, the sun washes over the buildings giving them the look of newly minted pennies. But now, no matter what the light, something More...

Chatting With Chapey

On Friday, October 12, 2001, family, friends and colleagues gathered together to honor an educational leader. Long-time Rockaway resident Mary Manti has served as the principal of P.S. 15 in District 15, Brooklyn. More...

LIPA Renews Work At B. 108 Site, Cleanup Process Complete in 2003

After telling the thirty-five residents and civic leaders meeting at the Beach Club last Wednesday, "we can More...

DEP: Bay Is Safe To Use Again After 104 Million Gallon Dump

The city More...

Planned Housing For Mentally Disabled Draws Bayswater Community’s Anger

A plan to develop an apartment building for use by more than 40 mentally disabled homeless patients nearby Bayswater Park has sparked a controversy in the community. More...

Man With Gun Shot By Police

What began as a dispute over money turned into a shootout as police officers from the 101 Precinct shot and wounded a man in front of 54-30 Beach Channel Drive last Monday evening. More...

Sports

Brooklyn Cyclones Update

The season may be over and the bats, balls and gloves may be put away but there is still news coming from Brooklyn. The off season gives a chance for the New York Penn League and the Cyclones to give out their post-season awards. More...

Cross Country Opens for Business

The 2001 CYO Cross Country season opened on a day of pouring rain with a development meet at Alley Spring Park. Thirty-eight St Thomas More athletes ran distances from a half-mile to just over a mile this first meet winning 22 medals. More...

Lace Up the Skates- 2001-2002 N.Y. Hockey Preview

By Andrei Petrovitch More...

Editorial/Opinion

Harming The Kids

It is now late October. Those of you who read The Wave on a regular basis might have recognized that we have not yet run a "school page" this year after running many such pages over the last ten years. More...

When Forces Converge

After speaking with most of the candidates that are vying for the city council seat in the 31st and 32nd district, it has become clear that many have some clear goals and ideas for the Rockaway peninsula. More...


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