October 27, 2001 RSS feed / Front Page

PRYSE Partners Offer Free Training

As a partner in the PRYSE (Project for Rockaway Youth in Safety and Education) coalition, Community Mediation Services (CMS) is currently accepting applications for their second Rockaway Basic Mediation Training session. More...

Columnists

Beachcomber

The Wave and the League of Women Voter More...

Chatting With Chapey

As the President of the Atlantic Tenants Association representing the tenants at 107-10 Shore Front Parkway, I called an important meeting of the tenants on Wednesday, October 17, 2001. More...

Dorothy Dunne

International Breeder More...

Editorial/Opinion

Is It Time For a National Identification Card?

Every American citizen already has an identification number through which the various governments can track our working life. More...

Some Do Tell The Truth

We sat through the visual presentation that was put together by the Long Island Power Authority (LIPA) and Keyspan Energy last week at the Beach Club and came away convinced that the northwestern portion of the old LILCO site on Beach 108 Street and More...

State Senate OK’s Casino’s in Rockaway

In a late-night session last Wednesday, the New York State Senate passed legislation that will allow for "a privately-owned and operated, land-based casino, not regulated by the Indian Gaming Act," to be built in Queens, New York, on land More...

Candidates To Address Rockaway Issues October 29

The four candidates for city council in the 32nd Councilmanic District will meet with Rockaway residents and address community issues at a Political Forum to be held at Beach Channel High School at 8 p.m. on Monday, October 29. More...

District 27 Elementary Test Scores Up, Middle School Scores Still In The Tank

This year More...

Fall Back…

A reminder that all clocks must be turned back one hour at a 2 a.m. on Sunday, October 28, when we return to Eastern Standard Time (EST). More...

Sports

Broad Channel Lumps Up Levittown

On a gorgeous Sunday afternoon at the Broad Channel Memorial Football Field, the Shamrocks shut out Levittown Black, 20-0.  The victory was the defense's third shutout of the season!  The Shamrocks (5-1) showed a lot of veteran experience b 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...

Far Rock And B.C. Football Wins Big!

Far Rockaway 36 - Flushing 0 More...


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