March 1, 2003 RSS feed / Community

Education Advocacy Group Forms

In reaction to plans for school boards to be disbanded in June, parents and community members held their second meeting, on February 24, to form an advocacy group that protects the interests of Rockaway More...

From The Artists Studio

Rockaway Artists Alliance

People frequently ask me where I get all the ideas for this column, week after week. Sometimes I kid them and say I make most of it up. I don More...

‘The Hag’s Bag’ Opens In Rockaway

March is the perfect month to catch the latest installment of the Rockaway Park Playhouse More...

Sirota Participates In Foreign Study Program

Sarah Sirota, daughter of Howard & Rachell Sirota from Belle Harbor, traveled to London to study Drama as part of the College More...

Chimera On Dean’s List

Christopher Chimera, son of Frank & Carole Chimera, and a resident of Belle Harbor, was named to the Dean More...

A New Arrival!

Steve and Sandra Nylund are the proud parents of Molly Elin Nylund. She was born on January 19. Molly weighed 7 pounds, and measured 19 More...

Sanders Trips to Trinidad-Tobago

City Councilman James Sanders, Jr., who represents the eastern end of the Rockaway community, has led a delegation of Councilmembers and other elected officials to Trinidad and Tobago in order to study the way that the tropical islands attract touris More...

Pheffer Announces Child Safety Week

Assemblywoman Audrey I. More...

Assemblywoman Michele Titus Installed

District Leaders Bob Simmons, Senator Chuck Schumer, and Juanita Watkins. More...

DEP Head To Speak

Department of Environmental Protection Commissioner Christopher Ward will speak at the Good Government Regular Democratic club on Thursday, March 6.

The DEP manages our water supply and sewer system, enforces the noise code, issues water and sewer bills. The commissioner and his staff may be able to help local residents with sewer and billing problems. More...

Weiner Earns Kudos From Park Group

Representative Anthony has received the National Parks Conservation Association More...

Broad Channel Volies Install Officers

Assistant Chief Joseph Nocerino, known to all as More...

Beware Of Water Dept. Imposters

The New York City Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) has learned that individuals have been visiting homes in areas of Southeast Queens and asking to take water samples for testing. More...

Ethics Of War To Be Explored On April 8th

The Rockaway Catholic-Jewish Council and the Rockaway-Five Towns Interfaith Clergy Council will present "Can There Be A Just War?" on Tuesday, April 8 at 7:30 p.m. The free program will be held at St. Francis de Sales Church. More...

Bus Hearing Slated For March 17

The New York City Department of Transportation will hold a Public Hearing to preserve existing weekend express bus service, on a proposal to eliminate the reduced fare for express bus service by Command Bus Company, Inc. More...

Governor’s Budget Proposal Denounced By Sen. Smith

State Senator Ada L. Smith has said that Governor Pataki More...

Former Rockaway Resident Named To Baruch Board

Baruch College has announced that JoAnn F. Ryan, President and CEO of ConEdison Solutions, was elected to the board of trustees of The Baruch College Fund. More...

Planning To Wed!

The engagement of Albert Manning and Catherine Maloney took place on February 3. They now live in Clearwater, Florida. Albert is the son of Kathleen & Albert Manning. More...

Dean’s List At Fairfield

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Notes from the High C’s

Rockaway Music and Arts Council

If you haven More...

PHC Talks Coronary Stents

Sheila Schwartz (left) and Anne Levine (right), Presidium of the Peninsula Hospital Center Auxiliary, welcomed Narendra K. Hadpawat, MD, Director of Medicine at PHC and Cardiologist to an auxiliary luncheon meeting where he discussed coronary stents. More...

Pit Bulls Attack Police, One Shot

What began as a routine vertical patrol in the Edgemere Houses wound up on Friday, February 24 with a police lieutenant and his operator being attacked by two pit bulls and with one of the dogs dead in the snow. More...

Town Hall Meeting Scheduled For March 5

State Senator Malcolm A. Smith has announced that his Southeast Queens Transportation Advisory Committee is sponsoring a Town Hall Meeting on mass transportation issues to be held on Wednesday, March 5. More...

Wave Announces 110th Anniversary Issue

The Wave will celebrate its 110th anniversary this July and is planning a special issue to commemorate the event. More...

Recreation Centers Offer Open House

New York City Parks & Recreation is hosting a weeklong Membership Drive, from March 10 More...

Weiner: Police ID Too Easy To Get

According to an investigation conducted by Congressman Anthony Weiner More...


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