November 16, 2002 RSS feed / Front Page

Broad Channel Youth Stabbed In Altercation

A 15-year-old Broad Channel youth was stabbed repeatedly in the chest on Sunday evening after an altercation at a teen party at a local restaurant. More...

A300 With Engine Problem Returns To JFK

The anniversary of the crash of American Airlines Flight 587, an Airbus A300-600 on its way to Santo Domingo, because a little more stressful for 175 passengers and 10 crewmembers when American Airlines Flight 635, an A 300-600 on the way to Santo Do More...

Community

100 Precinct Council Hits The Street

The 100th Precinct Community Council officially kicks off a new initiative to increase the public More...

Flight 587 Memorial - In Astoria

Relatives of those who died in the crash were besieged by television cameras. There were probably as many media representatives, including The Wave, at the memorial as there were family members. More...

Flight 587 Memorial -In Riis Park

A family member of one of the victims of flight 587 remembers. More...

Editorial/Opinion

Not The Way To Raise Revenue

The police are ordered to give tickets to those surfing in Rockaway waters. People who leave their blankets to take a dip in the water are ticketed. People fishing off the rocks are ticketed. More...

You’ve Gotta Have Heart

In light of the recent vandalism experienced by The Wave More...

Letters

‘Doing A Fantastic Job’

I want to More...

It’s Competence, Not Color

I just finished reading the article "Our Kids Are Not Stupid." Don't they realize color does not make one (black or white) smarter or stupid? It is the lack of qualified teachers who know how to teach. More...

Kevin’s Book Joins Them

I have just read Kevin Boyle More...

Local Schools Test Positive For Lead

Two Rockaway schools, PS 104 in Bayswater and PS 105 in Arverne have tested positive for lead in their water systems, according to a recent announcement by the New York City Department of Education. More...

Beloved Barber Busted!

Supporters Say He Was
Arrested On Bogus Warrants

Last weekend, on the evening of November 9, Robert Williams was celebrating his 54th birthday with more than 200 people, consisting of family and close friends, at 1622 Central Avenue, a barbershop owned by the celebrant. More...

‘Nobody Seems To Care’

Home Survives Crash, But Promises Do Not

Bette Weiser and her son, Sandy, consider themselves lucky. The family home, on the corner of Beach 131 Street and Newport Avenue still stands, which is more than can be said for several homes surrounding theirs. More...

Columnists

Beachcomber

It has been proven once again that certain news stories do have an impact. Over the weekend, Wave Associate Editor Gary G. Toms had his car vandalized in a section of Far Rockaway. More...

Boyle-ing Points

It More...

Broad Channel Bits

As the month chugs toward Thanksgiving, many people find themselves appreciating their relationships with family, friends and neighbors a bit more. And dreaming of a lovely (turkey?) dinner with loved ones sitting around the dining table! More...

Sports

Beach Channel Girls Volleyball Is All Aces

Serves, Aces and Kills are part of the terminology of a volleyball game. When a team is performing on all facets of the game, the results can only lead to victory. For the Beach Channel Varsity Girls, winning has been the biggest reward of them all. More...

Far Rockaway JV Football Wants Queens Playoff

For the first time all season, the Long Island City Bulldogs challenged the junior varsity Seahorses in a game. More...

BC Ponies Playoff Bound In Thrilling Win

The Beach Channel Ponies finished their regular season Sunday with a thrilling fourth quarter victory over Wantaugh. Trailing 13-6 going into the fourth quarter, the Shamrocks scored on a 60-yard screen pass to Joe Parisi to tie the score. More...

Obits

Obituaries

Rev. Richard S. Bauder

Reverend Richard S. Bauder, born in Cleveland, Ohio, was the former Pastor for the First Presbyterian Church Russell Sage Memorial in Far Rockaway. He died on November 4, 2002 at the age of 79. More...


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