February 23, 2002 RSS feed / Front Page

Despite Promise, Planes Still Come

Rockaway residents do not have to be told that the Federal Aviation Agency (FAA) is not keeping its promise made to Congressman Anthony Weiner and to the community to change the flight paths of aircraft departing JFK Airport so that planes no longer More...

Ad Deadline For Special Section

The Wave expects to publish a 16-page insert in next week More...

Community

Addabbo Creates FAA Panel

Concern about his Rockaway constituents living under the JFK Airport flight paths has led City Councilman Joseph P. Addabbo, Jr. to announce today that he will be shortly creating an FAA Advisory Panel. More...

Barchord Aids Memorial Fund

The owners and operators of Barchord.com have announced that they will be working with the Rockaway Partnership Relief/Memorial Fund ("The Fund") to raise money for people that were affected by the events of September 11 and November 12, w More...

Catholic-Jewish Council Hosts Awards

The winners of the Rockaway Catholic-Jewish Council More...

Editorial/Opinion

Not Money Well Spent

Apologists for keeping the central school board in place often point to the fact that they cost taxpayers only $15 to $20 thousand a year, a bargain in terms of what managers are paid in the "real world." What those apologists forgot to tell you, how More...

Remember The Constitution?

The attack on the World Trade Center has ushered in the "War On Terrorism". The attack has also managed to spark controversy and debate amongst Americans with regard to patriotism and a document known as The Constitution. More...

Letters

A Hate Tirade Against Jews

This is in response to Roy Grondal More...

A Party Of Political Respect!

Although I can More...

A Voice, For the Inner Voice

This letter was sent to Marilyn Gelfand, the writer of The Inner Voice. More...

Did ATC Put 587 Over Belle Harbor?

At 9:13 a.m. on November 12 of last year, American Airlines Flight 587, designated by air traffic controllers as "American 587 Heavy," a term used for large aircraft, was cleared for takeoff by the tower at John F. Kennedy Airport. More...

‘I Want To Help People Feel Good’ Local Girl Aims To Help U.S. Troops In Afghanistan

If the act of giving is an indication of true success in life, then Allison-Frances Johnson has a very bright future ahead of her. The lively, sweet five year old, who attends P.S. More...

The Beetles Invasion Black Turpentine Beetle Destroying Pines

After receiving phone calls from concerned residents about trees being cut down around the Riis Park area, The Wave looked into the matter and found out that the Japanese Black Pines at Riis Park and the Jamaica Bay Wildlife Refuge have been dying fr More...

Columnists

Beachcomber

In Next week More...

Boyle-ing Points by Kevin Boyle

The winter Olympics are like Christ the King basketball games More...

Chatting With Chapey

New York Families For Autistic Children

New York Families for Autistic Children will be holding their 4th Annual Dinner Dance at Russo's on the Bay at Crossbay Boulevard and 163rd Avenue on Thursday, February 28, 2002 at 7:30 P.M. More...

Sports

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

The Stars parlayed outstanding goaltending from Ricky Cibrano, the offensive talents of center Patrick Brown and a great defensive effort from the entire team, to upset the Staten Island Sharks "A" team. More...

Metro Hockey Update: The Olympic Edition

Be honest: Olympic hockey is more exciting than NHL hockey. There is more artistry, more back and forth action, and way more scoring chances. More...

Spring Training: Fresh Starts And Old News

I decided to place my column title Ode to the A on hiatus for a while. I was thinking of a new title and if there is any suggestion on a new name, send me a letter or email. Let More...

Obits

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Steven Dixon Maintenance Worker More...


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