September 7, 2002 RSS feed / Front Page

Broad Channel Red, White And Blue For Labor Day

Even a driving rain could not dampen the American spirit of these Broad Channel residents who took part in the recent Labor Day Parade. The award-winning float celebrated America as well as New York City sports teams. More...

Community

Beach 130 Youth Sell

Baked Goods For A Cause

Mark your calendars for Saturday, September 14. That More...

Beaten, Robbed On Boardwalk

A Fire Department Lieutenant, out walking his dog on the boardwalk, was savagely attacked, beaten and robbed by a group of Hispanic Youth nearby Beach 90 Street last week, according to police sources. More...

Blood Donations Urgently Needed!

New York Blood Center, the metropolitan community More...

Sports

Baseball Pennant Race Fever Strikes

Baseball Columnist

For once, baseball has finally gotten it right. This month, the only strikes we More...

BCAC Honors Clare Hanning

On Opening Night

The Broad Channel Athletic Club 2002 Football and Cheerleading season will kick off Friday night September 6th, 6 p.m. at Memorial Field on Cross Bay Boulevard. More...

Brooklyn Cyclones Update…

The Season Is Over

If there is a good example of a season quickly deteriorating, the Cyclones are the poster boys for deterioration. (The major league equivalent is the Cyclones More...

Obits

Obituaries

Walter G. Geisler

Walter G. Geisler, a 50-year resident of Rockaway Park, coming from Maspeth, passed away on September 3, 2002. More...

Local Events To Commemorate 911

There will be a number of activities this week to commemorate those who were lost in the terrorist attack on the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001. More...

The Tale of The Tape

The Wave has met with the majority of the candidates that are set to do battle in the 31st Assembly District Primary on September 10. More...

State Cites Adult

Homes For Violations

In a continuing effort to ensure that health care facilities are providing quality service throughout the city, the New York State Health Department recently issued a report citing adult homes for serious violations. More...

Columnists

Beachcomber

The main focus of the September 11 memorial in Rockaway will begin on September 10 on the west end of the peninsula, with a march from the Beach 116 Firehouse to St. More...

Broad Channel Bits

Labor Day Weekend was really soggy, but it didn't dampen our spirits for the big finish to Mardi Gras. As always, everyone had a lot of fun, coming out, partying and supporting the Volies and adding to the Building Fund. More...

Chatting With Chapey

Fine Tuning Education Reform:
Federal, State And City Changes

The No Child Left Behind (NCLB) legislation of 2002 is about to become a reality. Parents, as never before, are to become active partners and have an expanded role in their child More...

Editorial/Opinion

Dissed Again!

How much more can Rockaway residents take at this point? It was bad enough when Mayor Guiliani, and many of his predecessors, ignored the concerns and proposals put forth to help the peninsula, now it appears that we have been shunned again. More...

A New Year With A New Team

The fact is, nobody is quite sure what this school year will bring. We hate to use a metaphor like "This is a new ballgame," in this spot, but that is just what it is. More...

Letters

A Call To Protest

Who wants it? If it was forced on Breezy Point or Roxbury, the Community Board #14 meeting on September 10, 2002 would be packed with people loudly protesting. More...

Drive Them To Nassau

The community is building new homes and trying to make this a beautiful beach resort community like they have in other states. Rockaway has beautiful ocean front property and making it harder for locals and visitors alike to enjoy. More...

Fight The Tickets

Captain Charles Talamo More...


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