August 10, 2002 RSS feed / Front Page

Elderly Woman Rescued

From Raging Ocean

A 76-year-old woman who was swimming far from the shore on Monday night, August 5, got into trouble in the deep water and had to be rescued and taken to the hospital by EMS, according to official reports. More...

Community

Flight 587 Update….

The Debate Goes On

CNN recently did a short piece on the crash of flight 587 by interviewing David Rose, the British investigative reporter who recently did a story for Vanity Fair Magazine (see, From The Editor More...

Communities Remember 9/11

A community-wide gathering to commemorate the one-year anniversary of the events of September 11 will take place at the St. Francis de Sales athletic field in Belle Harbor on Tuesday, September 10 at 7:30 p.m. More...

Brown Tours Precincts

For "National Night Out"

During the annual "National Night Out Against Crime", Queens District Attorney Richard A. Brown toured several police precincts to help highlight the event. More...

Sports

Brooklyn Cyclones Update

Full Story

Iverson’s Brush With

Law Could Happen Again

It was growing more apparent each day that Philly 76ers More...

Major League Baseball

Full Story

Obits

Obituaries

Chriseva J. Davidson

Chriseva J. Davidson, born in Washington, D.C., died on August 2, 2002. More...

Candidates Prepare To Do Battle

The race for the Assembly seat in the 31st District is beginning to heat up, with several candidates filing petitions to be on the ballot in the September Primary. More...

Auxiliary Cop Foils

Nassau Robbery

Randy Guttman lives in Lawrence, but several times a week, his body belongs to the 100 Precinct in Rockaway Park. More...

Youth Struck By Lightning

During RTC Performance

Robert Press still is not sure what hit him on the night of August 2, when he went to the utility room at the Fort Tilden Theater to find what had happened to the stage lights. More...

Columnists

Beachcomber

Local residents who were customers of the Belle Harbor Kosher Deli were shocked last week to hear that the two owners, Ian Marpet of Whitestone and David Berl of Howard Beach, were arrested by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and charged wit More...

Broad Channel Bits

Backyard pools, barbecues, balmy breezes, block parties and, of course, Mardi Gras! A short list of stuff Channel residents enjoy during the summer. More...

Chatting With Chapey

A Lesson In Democracy:
A Visit To Philadelphia

This weekend we had the wonderful opportunity to visit Philadelphia for a family reunion.  It is always a refreshing and renewing experience to visit such an important city, which played a vital role in the formation of our democracy. More...

Editorial/Opinion

‘Corporate Responsibility’ Begins At Home

Now that legislation has been passed that will hold corporate executives accountable for "cooking the books" and pilfering the retirement packages of their employees, this would be a good time to take President Bush and Vice-President Dick More...

More Noise Monitors: So What?

A British Airways Concorde came so low over Rockaway at 8:15 a.m. on July 21 that many west end residents scrambled not only their eggs, but their sensibilities. More...

Letters

101 Precinct, Take Note

When I read the article I was very pleased that law enforcement is doing something to save lives, Unfortunately that's only happening in the jurisdiction of the 100 Precinct. More...

Challenging The Big Dogs

Has Gary (G-Man) calmed down yet? I sure hope so, because he More...

Disdain Again For P.S. 114?

Is it so that District 27 is no longer a part of the Board of Education? More...


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