February 22, 2003 RSS feed / Front Page

Weiner: Study Center To Stay Open

Congressman Anthony Weiner has announced that the New York City Department of Education, in a reversal of decision, has elected to renew its lease with the Gateway Environmental Study Center. More...

Community

Cold Weather Safety Advisory

With temperatures expected to remain below freezing into the weekend, New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (DOMHM) Commissioner Thomas R. More...

Jewish Community Council Offers New Services

When the Jewish Community Council of the Rockaway Peninsula moved to its new offices last October, it did more than just relocate to a more modern and more spacious building. More...

A Happy Retirement Party!

Linda & Harry Carroll had a wonderful gathering of friends and relatives at their retirement brunch. It was held at Pier 92. Along with the celebration, their son Adam came in from Seattle, Washington to be with them on this special occasion. More...

Editorial/Opinion

Keep A Check on Construction

Take a ride anywhere on the peninsula and you will see new homes being constructed. More...

Editorial Comment by Robert Sarnoff

Full Story

A Tale Of Two Schools

Lost in the general hubbub over school reorganization and "The Levy 200," is the fact that at least two Rockaway schools, and perhaps more if you believe the rumors circulating this week, have principal problems. More...

Locals: Pool Numbers Do Not Compute

The survey that was completed by a San Francisco (California) firm detailing the feasibility of a swimming pool for Riis Park that was released last week by Congressman Anthony Weiner is flawed, according to a number of local residents who are advoca More...

Cashin: ‘I Have to Deliver The Goods’

Kathleen Cashin, the newly-appointed Region-al Superintendent for School Division Five, which includes all of the Rockaway schools including Beach Channel and Far Rockaway High Schools, came to Rock-away last week to listen to the concerns of parents More...

Columnists

Beachcomber

This week marks the second anniversary of the untimely demise of Wave publisher Leon Locke. More...

Boyle-ing Points by Kevin Boyle

Forget shoveling. I had other things to worry about More...

Eye On Physical Therapy

After shoveling snow for a few days, a few of us mig ht be experiencing low back pain. Studies show that 80% of us will experience low back pain at some time in our lives. More...

Letters

Can’t Replace G-Man

Dear Editor;

I personally, (my very own opinion) think that the Wave will not miss G Man. Gary was the reason I starting buying and subscribing to the Wave. More...

Incarcerated

Dear Editor,

I really am lost for words More...

No Bean Counters Wanted

Dear Editor;

Do not let the accountants run the show in regards to a pool for Rockaway. Their cost analysis is just one small piece of information in regards to this decision. More...


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