September 21, 2002 RSS feed / Front Page

Toxic Jamaica Bay

Dumping To Be Discussed

The on-again, off-again plan to place toxic dredge spoils into the east end of Jamaica Bay, off Bayswater seems to be on again. More...

‘Citigas’ Robbers Nabbed At Bridge

A Far Rockaway couple that allegedly robbed the Citigas Station on Beach Channel Drive last week was nabbed nearby the Marine Parkway Bridge thanks to a quartet of cops from the 100 Precinct. More...

Community

Pataki To Host Telethon

For Flight 587 Victims

Governor George E. More...

Local Eyewitnesses Snubbed As

NTSB Schedules Flight 587 Hearing

The National Transportation Safety Board has announced that it will convene its public investigative hearing on the crash of American Airlines flight 587 on October 29. The hearing is expected to last four or five days. More...

NRA Gives Weiner An ‘F’ For Gun Control

The National Rifle Association (NRA) has set its sights on Rep. Anthony Weiner, identifying him and a handful of other legislators as among the toughest on gun control. More...

Editorial/Opinion

What Has Term Limits Wrought

We have long been in favor of term limits for elected politicians and were buoyed by the term limits set on city offices. In fact, we are in favor of term limits for state offices as well. More...

Where Has All The Crime Gone?

In recent weeks, many have made mention of the fact that the Police Blotter has not been appearing in The Wave as often as in previous issues. Some have gone as far as to assume that the paper is involved in an attempt to cover up crime in Rockaway. More...

Letters

Are We Stupid Or What?

I hope that some day we will learn to keep our mouths shut and not disclose information that is harmful to the security of the United States. More...

A Fitting Tribute

In response to whomever wrote the anonymous editorial last week in The Wave, we definitely do need a piece of artwork as a fitting tribute to those from Rockaway who were lost on 9/11/01. More...

Don’t Disregard Flag Etiquette

The official flag etiquette states, in part, that "The flag should never have placed on it any mark, insignia, letter, word, number, figure or drawing of any kind." More...

Raucous Meeting At PS 114

The meeting started with Parent Association Co-President Helen Kilgallen telling the packed auditorium at PS 114 that the start of the school year was "chaotic" and it deteriorated from there with challenges and invective hurled at the scho More...

Accident Injures 10 Near BCHS

On Tuesday, September 17, Beach Channel Drive and Beach 101 Street was the scene of an accident involving a passenger vehicle and two school buses that were parked adjacent to Beach Channel High School. More...

Council To House: Investigate Flight 587

The New York City Council Committee on Transportation recently held a public hearing on a proposed resolution calling on the U.S. More...

Columnists

Beachcomber

The memorial services for those lost in the terrorist attack on September 11, 2001 ranged from one end of the peninsula to the other, from Far Rockaway to Broad Channel to Fort Tilden. More...

Broad Channel Bits

There has been a bit of everything in the weather lately. Some of the heavy rains we've had actually hit the reservoirs. Even if we're not too happy with soggy days, they have their good points! More...

Chatting With Chapey

With poems, prayers, biblical passages, homilies and music we paid tribute during last week to those who died in the terrorist attack and to those who heroically assisted their fellow man. More...

Sports

Far Rock- Beach Channel

Get Off To 2-0 Start

In the first half at Midwood High School, BC More...

The Shamrock Midgets

Win Big In Home Opener

The BCAC Shamrock Midgets opened up their home season last Saturday night and defeated the Jaguars from Bethpage 21 More...

New York Yankees Beat

Rivera Is On The Way

Relief is coming to the Yankees bullpen, in both the figurative and literal sense of the word. More...

Obits

Obituaries

Jane E. Curran

Jane E. Curran, born and raised in New York City, was a resident of the Broad Channel community for 36 years, and a resident of Rockaway Park the last 24 years of her life. She died on September 5, 2002 at the age of 92. More...


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