September 14, 2002 RSS feed / Community

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...

Governor Seeks Extension

For WTC Victims

Governor George E. Pataki today announced he has asked the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) to extend the registration deadline to Jan. More...

Meeks, Titus Sweep Primaries

Incumbent Congressman Gregory Meeks and Assemblywoman Michelle Titus ran away from their challengers in the primary election held last Tuesday. More...

Subway Service Changes Set

The MTA-NY Transit Authority has announced service changed for both the A and the S (shuttle) lines for the weekend of September 14 to September 16. More...

Weiner: Errant Concorde Existed

The usual reaction from the Port Authority (the agency that runs JFK Airport) and from the Federal Aviation Agency (FAA) to reports that a plane has been flying low, slow and loud over Rockaway is that the residents must be seeing things. More...

$5 Million Available To Emergency Services

Governor George E. Pataki has recently announced that more than 1,800 eligible fire and emergency organizations will be receiving their application packages in the mail for the newly created $5 million emergency services grant program. More...

Chamber of Commerce

Hosts Business After Hours

Robert V. Levine, President and C.E.O. of Peninsula Hospital Center and his staff will be hosting this month More...

The Urban Entrepreneurs Series….

'Way of The Dragon'
Former Resident Becomes
Kung Fu Legend

In the early to mid-80 More...

‘Five Tissues’ For ‘Women Of Rockaway’

A community screening of the Oxygen Network More...

Local Resident Publishes

A Beacon of Hope

A new monthly publication, World News Forum, is a product of the tumultuous political year that the world has experienced. More...

Social Security To Safeguard Numbers

The Social Security Administration is taking new steps to make it more difficult to steal, counterfeit or misuse Social Security numbers. More...

‘Suspicious Package’ Closes

Marine Parkway Bridge

A "suspicious Package" sitting adjacent to Floyd Bennett Field in Brooklyn caused police officials to close the Gil Hodges-Marine Parkway Bridge for more than an hour early on Wednesday morning. More...

FEMA Remembers 9/11

With Photo Exhibit Online

An exhibit of photographs memorializing the events of September 11 was launched by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) on September 10 on NBC More...


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