October 5, 2002 RSS feed / Community

Huhn Says ‘More Needs To Be Done’

Kenneth Huhn, the Independence Party candidate for Assembly in the 23rd A.D., this week stated: "New York State has experienced a decline in crime. More...

Pictures And Punchlines…

The following is a new feature that will run in The Wave at least once a month. We hope that you will enjoy this latest addition to the paper. Oh, a friendly warning. More...

Scholarships Available

To SUNY Maritime

Both Assemblywoman Audrey I. Pheffer and State Senator Ada Smith have announced the "Cadet Appointment Program" for the State University of New York's Maritime College. More...

Weiner Chides Bush On Jerusalem

President Bush has signed the State Department's authorization bill into law, but in so doing, has disclaimed a provision providing for official U.S. recognition of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel. More...

Garden Club Show At RMAC

The Shore Garden Club of Neponsit and Belle Harbor was pleased to present a juried flower show as an added attraction to the festival held last weekend by the Rockaway Music and Arts Council (RMAC). More...

Puerto Rican Power Player

How Education Catapulted Local Into The Political Spectrum

If education truly is the key to success, Richard Col More...

Grant Deadline For

WTC Victims Extended

The Individual and Family Grant (IFG) program More...

Local Schools Get Health Grant

Rep. Anthony Weiner has announced today that Queens' Community School District 27, which includes all of Rockaway, has been awarded a $252,227 physical fitness program grant from the U.S. More...

Russo An Honoree

At PHC Annual Ball

Frank Russo, Jr., member of the Board of Directors at Peninsula Hospital Center (PHC) in Far Rockaway, has been named honoree of the 95th Anniversary Ball, to be held on October 26, 2002 at The Sands in Atlantic Beach. More...

Sanders Fights To Extend Benefits

A resolution introduced by New York City Council member James Sanders, Jr., which called for the State and Federal government to extend unemployment insurance, was approved this week by the Council More...

Volunteers Will Give

Makeovers To Public Schools

New York Cares is currently assembling a team of more than 8,000 volunteers to make more than 100 public schools in all five boroughs cleaner, brighter and in better repair for the school year, during the eleventh Annual New York Cares Day Serve-a-Th More...


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