January 25, 2003 RSS feed / Front Page

‘Partnership For Success’ Honors Local Essay Winners

The Partnership for Success (which includes the Howard University Research and Training Center (HURTC), The AIDS Center of Queens County (ACQC), the Federation of Employment and Guidance Services (FEGS), the Joseph P. More...

Community

Bias Incident On SFP

According to police sources, a unknown person entered 8400 Shore Front Parkway on Thursday, January 16 and spray painted a swastika as well as anti-Black and anti-Semitic graffiti. More...

Bricklayers Recruit Apprentices

The Bricklayers Joint Apprenticeship and Training Committee, Local 1, will conduct recruitment from January 31 through October 31 for 45 bricklayer-mason, 25 pointer-caulker-cleaner and six stonemason apprentices. More...

Carpenters Recruitment Apprentices

The New York City District Council of Carpenters Joint Apprenticeship and Training Committee will open apprentice recruitment on February 3, State Labor Commissioner Linda Angello announced today. More...

Sports

Lady Dolphins Approach Playoffs With Confidence

The cold brutal winds from the frozen Jamaica Bay and inside Beach Channel High School the warm gym showcases a divisional rivalry. The Lady Dolphins is facing off against the Richmond Hill Lady Lions. More...

Rolfe And Celebrities Prognosticate Super Bowl XXXVII

Media Day. The Tuesday before the big game, over 3000 reporters from across the country and across the globe gather to ask the Super Bowl teams all the important questions. More...

Lady Seahorses Soar At Martin Luther King Relays!

The Far Rockaway High School Lady Seahorses track team made a statement Monday at The Martin Luther King Relays. This meet featured the entire P.S.A.L. More...

Obits

Evelyn Mauss

Renowned Activist

Evelyn Abrams Mauss spent much of her life fighting against war. Mauss, 87, lifelong peace activist, scientist, wife, mother and grandmother died on Saturday, January 18, 2003. More...

Shooting Leads To Drug Find

A shooting inside a second floor apartment at 7400 Shore Front Parkway last Thursday led to a major drug bust in an eleventh floor apartment in the same building several hours later. More...

‘Movement Of The Spirit’ Comes To Rockaway

Voice Of The Faithful Meeting Set For Jan. 29

"We are the church," says long-time Catholic Vera Powers. "Without us the church would be nothing." More...

Columnists

Beachcomber

Ten years ago this week, one of the worst house fires in Broad Channel history took the lives of a 75-year-old woman and her 35-year-old nephew. More...

Boyle-ing Points

Whenever I hear something, I figure the whole world already has. I More...

Broad Channel Bits

All of us have been in a deep freeze lately and there doesn't seem to be any relief from the extreme cold in sight. Some people are having trouble with their home heating because of it. More...

Editorial/Opinion

New School Plan Worth A Try

The radical new school plan announced by Mayor Bloomberg last week shakes up the bureaucracy like nothing has in the past 100 years. More...

The Legacy of Martin Luther King

The legacy of Martin Luther King did not die with his assassination in April of 1968. It still lives today in the hearts and minds of those who remember him and honor him each year on his birthday. More...

Letters

Now Is The Time To Rezone

Your opinion is wrong again, Howie. More...

Statistics Tell The Story

G-man, I may be wrong but the sentence you used " It will be the same situation as the Vietnam War all over again, and most of the people that will die in the front line will be people of color." More...

When We Stop Being Terrorists

To the hypocrites and/or cretins who chant the official line that we are going into Iraq to save those poor souls from an evil oppressive dictator, I ask these questions: More...


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