June 1, 2002 RSS feed / Community

Army & Marine Corps News

Army Reserve Pvt. Lakia T. Echols, daughter of Arlene Thomas of Far Rockaway, and graduate of Beach Channel High School, has graduated from the automated logistical specialist advanced individual training (AIT) course at Fort Lee, Petersburg, VA. More...

Audubon To Sail The Bay

New Yorkers, the New York City Audubon Society (NYCAS) will sail to Governor's Island on a quest to reclaim this historic spot for the public. More...

Blood Donors Needed Due to New Guidelines

Due to new guidelines on blood donor criteria and eligibility, the New York/New Jersey community More...

Flight 587 Update - "Evasive"

  At the May 3rd NTSB/NASA Press Conference in Hampton, Virginia, I had the opportunity to ask NTSB Chairman Marion Blakey the following question: "We mentioned the five rudder movements this morning. More...

Service Changes on "A" and "S" Lines

The MTA has announced that there will be temporary service changes that will affect "A" line and Rockaway Park "S" Shuttle service to the Rockaways on the June 1 More...

ArtFrenzy Comes to Rockaway!

The most exciting artistic event of the season will take place on Saturday and Sunday, June 8 and 9 at Fort Tilden, Gateway National Recreation Area in Rockaway More...

ArtFrenzy Calendar of Events

Art Frenzy 2002-The Rockaway Artists Alliance, Inc. More...

Benefit To Help Children

A benefit to raise funds to assist in helping with the needs and education of five young children will be held on Sunday, June 9, 2002. More...

Five Locals Complete Studies at Berkeley

Berkeley College recently announced that five graduates from the Rockaways have received degrees at the College More...

Middle School 180 Excels in Attendance

This year has been a remarkable one for the students of M.S. 180. Not only has attendance improved, the number of students with perfect yearly attendance has risen from 3 students last year to a staggering 19 students this school year. More...

Smith Sponsors Bill To Benefit Airport Zone

If State Senator Malcolm A. Smith has his way, property owners in Rockaway and Broad Channel will benefit from a program designed to provide locals a portion of an estimated $10 million statewide to enhance their communities. More...


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