February 1, 2003 RSS feed / Front Page

MTA Head Tours Beach 90 Street Station

On Friday, January 24, Metropolitan Transit Authority Executive Director Katherine N. Lapp, pictured with State Senator Malcolm A. Smith (right) and Democratic District Leader Lew M. Simon, took a tour of the Beach 90 Street (Holland) subway station. More...

Community

Addabbo Announces Skating Site In Rockaway

City Council Member Joseph P. Addabbo, Jr., Chairman of the City Council More...

Addabbo Opposes MTA Proposals

City Councilman Joseph P. Addabbo, Jr., a member of the Council More...

Saluting Black History Month

The Wave is proud to present this latest feature in our annual salute to Black History Month. More...

Editorial/Opinion

Every Day A New Adventure

It seems that each day since early last week we have a new revelation about what our newly-redesigned school system will look like in September. While we have said in this space that we like Mayor Bloomberg More...

Medicare Cuts Threaten Senior Care

When Congress adjourned for the end of the year holiday last December, they left a sack of coal in the Christmas Stocking of every senior citizen who needs physical therapy services. More...

Letters

A Great Leader Lost

How sad I was to learn of the death of Evelyn Mauss. More...

The G-man Will Be Missed

I just read that your Associate Editor, Gary G. Toms (The G-man) will be leaving The Wave this month. More...

My Kids Love Program

I wanted top give special thanks and a big acknowledgment to the Rockaway Arts Alliance More...

3 Yeshiva Students Arrested For Harassing Catholic Girls

Three young Jewish students from the Yeshiva Mercaz Hatorah of Belle Harbor on Beach 130 Street were arrested last Saturday night for aggravated harassment in a case that involved three 13-year-old Catholic girls. More...

Arverne Arson Fire Guts Two Homes

A raging two-alarm fire gutted two Arverne homes on Tuesday morning, injuring six firefighters and one resident, leaving a Rockaway woman under arrest for two counts of arson. More...

Who’s Worried About Global Warming?

For the first time in recent memory, Jamaica Bay froze solid in a number of areas this week due to the deep cold snap we have been experiencing over the past few weeks. More...

Columnists

Beachcomber

Rockaway has to get used to being in the new School District 5 that was recently set up by the chancellor to replace District 27. More...

Broad Channel Bits

Winter continues its icy assault on all of us as life in the Deep Freeze goes on! Some people actually love this weather, but I'm not one of them. One thing I really hate is having water running so the pipes don't freeze. More...

Chatting With Chapey

In the Spring of 1994, it came to my attention that there were many seniors in our area who needed services but were not getting them. More...

Sports

PSAL Borough Championships Is Ready To Go

After a week of midterms and the end of the regular season, the PSAL will implement their second annual borough championships starting on Friday, January 31. More...

BK Star Boyle Scores 1000

Bishop Kearney standout student athlete Caitlin Boyle became only the sixth player in Kearney history to score 1,000 career points. More...

Why the Devils Win: A Metro Hockey Update

Hockey Columnist

Twenty years ago, Wayne Gretzky called the New Jersey Devils a "Mickey Mouse organization." While such a statement would sound odd now, it certainly made sense when Gretzky said it. More...

Obits

Obituaries

Walter A. Browne, Jr.
Army Sergeant

Walter A. Browne, Jr., born in Manhattan, was a long time resident of the Rockaways who passed away on January 21, 2003. More...


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