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We Mourn These Losses in 2001

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Beachcomber

City workers are up in arms over the mayor More...

Chatting With Chapey

LET'S HEAR IT: ONE MORE NEW YEARS RESOLUTION

As the year 2001 slipped away, everyone was hopeful that the New Year would bring an end to the terrible sorrows of last year and open a new day with hope. More...

Dorothy Dunne

Because of all the heartbreak tragedies in the Rockaways there are many of you who are glad the holidays are over. A joyous season turned into a season of reflection for us all. Even if you weren More...

Editorial/Opinion

A New Year Brings New Hope

Welcome to 2002! Rockaway had more than its share of hardships in 2001, and we can only hope that the new year will bring peace, prosperity and renewed spirit to the Rockaway community. More...

No Place For Borough Presidents

Three of the incoming borough presidents have said that they are ready to appoint themselves to the Board of Education rather than appointing a representative, as has been done in the past. More...

‘Despite All, Good Year For Rockaway’

Congressman Anthony Weiner tries to look at the positive side of things. More...

A Walk On The Beach New Years Morning

For the 21st time, the American Littoral Society started the New Year with a celebratory walk along the Rockaway section of Gateway National Recreation Area at Fort Tilden. More...

N.A.A.C.P. Hosts Conference Speakers

The Far Rockaway chapter of the N.A.A.C.P. (National Association for the Advancement of Colored People) recently held its monthly meeting at Junior High School 198, located at 365 Beach 56 Street. More...

Sports

Facing Off Into The New Year: Metro Hockey Update

The holidays have some peculiar traditions. Take stockings, for instance. Stockings? Why do we have to hang up stockings for Christmas? I don More...

Golden Girl Of The Week: Sunita Shivnarain

Golden Girl of the week, Sunita Shivnarain, consistently demonstrates academic excellence in her 8th grade class at I.S. 98/Bay Academy in Brooklyn. More...

Heroes Given Special Thanks From Kids

The Far Rock Huskers program and the Golden Girls of Rockaway Lacrosse program wish to thank the FDNY. Their donations helped the teams attend the FDNY vs. NYPD Lacrosse challenge at Nassau Coliseum on Saturday, December 8, 2001. More...

Letters

Belle Harbor Is Home

Dear Editor: For as long as I can remember, Rockaway, Belle Harbor to be specific, has been the quiet, safe, sandy haven on the outskirts of New York City. More...

From Naples With Love

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Great Column

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