February 2, 2002 RSS feed / Front Page

Pilot’s Demand: Ground Airbus 'Aircraft Tail Problems Were Common Knowledge’

More than 70 pilots who fly for American Airlines have demanded that American More...

Community

18th Annual Brotherhood/Sisterhood Awards

The Rockaway Catholic-Jewish Council will hold its 18th Annual Brotherhood/Sisterhood Awards Breakfast on Sunday, March 3, 2002. More...

‘Only 30 Percent Of The Community Has Adequate Health Insurance’ --Dr. Peter Nelson

Many Rockaway residents have a problem with getting access to quality health care. More...

CAT Team Wins Gotbaum’s Support

Newly elected Public Advocate Betsy Gotbaum told the Rockaway CAT Team that she planned to visit with the Rockaway community and see how her office could assist with local problems. More...

Sports

Ch-Ch-Ch-Changes: A Metro Hockey Update

Ranger Defense Is No Longer An Oxymoron More...

CSD 27 Student/Athletes of The Week

This is the first Community School District 27 Student/Athlete(s) of the week for the 3 on 3 Basketball Middle School Recreational Linkage Program. More...

Greater New York Ice Hockey League New York Stars By Sharon Monchinski

Saturday, January 26, 2002 More...

Obits

Obituaries

The Honorable Pauline Rhodd-Cummings Assemblywoman More...

Construction Begins On "Peaking" Facility

Construction has begun on the new 44-megawatt generator at the KeySpan facility in Bayswater. More...

NTSB Updates Flight 587 Report,

The National Transportation Safety Board has released the following updated information on its investigation of the November 12 crash of American Airlines flight 587 in Belle Harbor... More...

One-Year Hold On School Board Vote Greenberg: ‘Constructive Year' Or ‘Spinning Wheels’

The New York State legislature voted on Monday to postpone the school board elections scheduled for this May for at least a year, extending the terms of the members now on the local board until 2003. More...

Second Owner Arrested in Dog Attack

A second man has been arrested and charged in the vicious boardwalk dog attack that occurred on December 26, according to police sources. More...

Columnists

Beachcomber

The Wave family would like to offer its condolences to the family of Assemblywoman Pauline Rhodd Cummings, who passed away last weekend. She was a tireless advocate for her community and she will be missed. More...

Chatting With Chapey

York College Conference On Education

The education conference at York College was called to discuss the education of our most valuable asset - our children. The conference was sponsored by Assemblyman William Scarborough. More...

Dorothy Dunne

Breezy Point Community devastated over the loss of Louis Ritter, a retired fireman who never missed a day More...

Editorial/Opinion

Do Not End Term Limits

Peter Vallone was one of the most powerful men in city government since the late 1970 More...

No…Please, This Is My Home

In this week More...

Letters

British Voices Should Be Stilled

British voices of protest are being heard around the world about the treatment of Taliban and Al-Qaeda terrorists detained at Camp X-ray by the Americans. Can anyone imagine if we kept those captured killers in caves in freezing Afghanistan? More...

Keep Up The Good Work

Please find enclosed my subscription renewal for the coming year. I regret to point out that I have a change of address enclosed. The bishop has named me to be Episcopal vicar for northern Queens, requiring me to leave St. More...

Where Will the Homeowners Go?

I am hoping that I misunderstood a letter from William Auvenshire to the editor in the Bag of Mail of January 12, 2002. Mr. Auvenshire made some suggestions concerning the shortage of schools for local Rockaway families. More...


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