July 6, 2002 RSS feed / Community

Community Board 14 Meeting

There will be a meeting of the Design Sub-Committee of Community Board 14 on July 17 at 7 p.m. It will be held at The Sunset Diner on Beach 116 Street. The topic for discussion will be the World Trade Center 9/11 Memorial. More...

Dean’s List Honors at Syracuse

Victoria Jean-Louis and Latoya Lawrence, both from Far Rockaway, were named to the Dean More...

Drumming Up For Rockaway

An enthusiastic group of young musicians called the Loudoun Border Guards Fife & Drum Corps have traveled from Leesburg, Virginia, to Rockaway in order to put on a wonderful outdoor show themed, "America More...

Get On Board for Cruise

There are only a few days left to purchase tickets for Rockaway's Annual Community Cruise. Enjoy an evening of dinner and dance aboard the Mystique on Thursday, July 11th. Boarding at 6:30 p.m. Departing promptly at 7 p.m. More...

Roxbury Man Named ‘Man Of The Year’

Brother Stephen LaMendola, President of Holy Cross High School, presented the school More...

Talented Local Continuing At Penn State

Danielle D. Bishop, daughter of Jadonnia Bishop, recently graduated from George Washington High School in Brooklyn where she majored in pre-engineering. Her studies will continue at Penn State University. More...

Weiner: ‘Stop Funding Palestinian Terrorism’

Parents, children, and spouses of New Yorkers are among thehundreds of innocents who have fallen victim to Palestinian terrorism in Israel over the last four years. More...

Completes Machinist Course

Marine Corps Pfc. Ryan J. Manganiello, son of Kathleen L. Fessel of Rockaway Beach, recently graduated from the Machinist Course. More...

Pickett Completes Training

Navy Petty Officer 3rd Class Andre D. More...

Flight 587 Update ‘Witness Reliability’

The New York Times ran a piece on June 23 related to the Flight 587 investigation titled "For Air Crash Detectives, Seeing Isn't Believing" making the case that in addition to offering little if any useful information, eyewitnesses offer such contrad More...

Greenpoint Bank Gives Housing Grants

State Senator Malcolm A. Smith today announced that Greenpoint Bank is making available fifteen $10,000 grants to aid non-profit organizations that are working to provide affordable homeownership opportunities for low and moderate-income families. More...

Smith Lauds Funding To Stop Marsh Loss

State Senator Malcolm A. Smith (D- Queens) has hailed the decision by the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) to provide a $150,000 grant to help investigate the causes of intertidal marsh loss in Jamaica Bay. More...

U.S. Park Police Offer Jobs

The United States Park Police will begin accepting applications for the position of Police Officer through July 22, 2002. The salary ranges from $37,851 to $71,886. More...


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