January 11, 2003 RSS feed / Front Page

School Ax To Cut District 27 Office

A staff member at the city More...

Community

Breezy Point Resident Inducted To Civil Court

Timothy J. Dufficy, a resident of Breezy Point, was elected to the Civil Court, City of New York in November 2002. The induction took place on December 19, 2002. More...

Cadets Will Sign Up At M.S. 198

The Floyd Bennett Senior Squadron, a unit of the United States Air Force Auxiliary-Civil Air Patrol (CAP), will be signing up its first group of new cadets on Wednesday, January 15 at the Benjamin Cardozo School (Middle School 198), located at 365 Be More...

Doo-Wop Concert Set For January 25

The tenth anniversary Harry G. fund-raising Doo Wop concert is set for January 25 at Beach Channel High School. Showtime for the concert is 7 p.m. More...

Sports

McManus Finishes Her Travels/ McCormack Sparks Adelphi

The long arduous journey for Janelle McManus, the Belle Harbor native who played with powerhouse Bishop Kearney, is over. More...

Far Rock Scales Girls Track Team Achieves Heights

Far Rockaway High School More...

Esposito Wins OT Thriller At Christmas Tournament

Dr. Esposito More...

Obits

Obituaries

Michael J. Broderick

Michael J. Broderick, born in Brooklyn, was a life long resident of the Rockaway community who died on December 28, 2002. More...

PS 114 ‘Not In The Rezoning Plan’

Zoning Meeting Monday At MS 180

Despite a number of plans that would have changed the attendance zone of PS 114 on Beach 135 Street, the president of the school board told The Wave that "the rezoning of PS 114 is not going to be included in the rezoning plan." More...

New York’s Finest!

101 Precinct Leads City In Crime Reduction

Well, Deputy Inspector Kenneth Lindahl and his "Big Blue Crew" have done it again. For the second consecutive year, the 101 Precinct has soared to the number one spot for crime reduction throughout the city, as determined by COMPSTAT. More...

Columnists

Beachcomber

The drought is officially over. More...

Boyle-ing Points

It was nice to see last week More...

Broad Channel Bits

New Year's Day was certainly rainy and very wet, but gratefully, we did not have any snow dropped on us as snow has a nasty habit of accumulating! More...

Editorial/Opinion

Toy Guns May Not Be Much Fun

The recent tragic shooting of a young man who held a BB gun to the head of an undercover police officer once again underlines the need for a tough state law that makes it illegal to manufacture or sell a toy gun that looks so real that it fools even More...

Unfunded Mandates May Leave Children Behind

We have often written in this space about unfounded mandates. Both the federal and state governments love them. Some regulatory agency passes a rule and sets a mandate but does not provide the money to make that mandate a reality. More...

Letters

Clean Up Your Act!

During the Christmas season I had the occasion to drive to Rockaway to visit a relative More...

Editorial Clinches It!

Your editorial "Boyle More...

Face To Face With Vladimir

My name is Larry Burkett. I live in East Texas. Last week while on a solo motorcycle trip through Arizona and California I met Mr. Vladimir Yarets who was featured in your 10/26/02 newspaper article. More...


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