September 7, 2002 RSS feed / Community

Beach 130 Youth Sell

Baked Goods For A Cause

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

Blood Donations Urgently Needed!

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

Chamber Sets Memorial Concert

Soundsations Music, operated by DJ Ken "Kojak" Rappaport (an alumnus of Far Rockaway High School), in collaboration with the Rockaway Chamber of Commerce (Rockaway Partnership) announced plans today to host a Gala music and entertainment be More...

Garden Clubs Join Rockaway

Chamber in Beautification Project

Thanks to a continuing collaboration between the Shore Garden Club of Neponsit & Belle Harbor, the Belle Harbor Garden Club and the Rockaway Chamber of Commerce, visitors and residents will have something very beautiful to welcome them as they en More...

Legislation Passed To

End Predatory Lending

New York City Council Member James Sanders Jr. joined his colleagues on the Consumer Affairs Committee to pass landmark legislation designed to reduce the destructive practice of predatory lending. More...

Protection Extended To Debit Cards

Assemblywoman Audrey Pheffer, chair of the Assembly Standing Committee on Consumer Affairs and Protection, co-sponsored legislation, A.5973-B, to allow debit card users the same consumer protections provided to credit card users. More...

Renegade Pilots Plead Guilty

The two pilots who flew low over Rockaway on July 4, causing terrorist alerts all over the city as well as fear on Rockaway beaches, pled guilty in Queens Supreme Court this week to "operating their aircraft in a careless or reckless manner, end 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...

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...

Chamber Gets Green

Light For Memorial Park

The Rockaway Chamber of Commerce, through its 501c3 corporation, The Rockaway Partnership, is pleased to announce that the environmental agencies have given the go ahead to begin construction on the new park. More...

‘Drive Out Diabetes’ License Plate Unveiled

Governor George E. More...

Huhn: Time To Fight Drugs

Kenneth Huhn, the Independence Party candidate for Assembly in the 23 A.D. this week stated: "If we truly want to fight drugs we have to fight both the supply and demand parts of the drug problem. More...

Pastor Celebrates Silver Anniversary

Rev. Dr. Arthur W. Davenport, Pastor of the First Church of God, Far Rockaway is being shown appreciation for serving as an inspirational leader for over 40 years. More...

Rally To Support Israel On October 6

A Rockaway Rally in Support of Israel will be held on Sunday, October 6, 2002 at 2 p.m.. More...

September Is Prostate

Cancer Awareness Month

Prostate cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer and second leading cause of death from cancer among American men. In fact, a man is diagnosed with the disease every 2- More...

Shooting Leaves 2 Victims

Hospitalized, 6 Under Arrest

A wild shootout on a Bayswater street on Tuesday afternoon has left two Rockaway men hospitalized and four others under arrest. The two hospitalized men have been arrested as well. More...


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