March 29, 2003 RSS feed / Front Page

The Wave Seeks Hometown Heroes

The Wave is looking for local residents now serving in the war zone in the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines or Coast Guard. We plan to run pictures and stories about our hometown heroes and, perhaps, to print the story of their time serving our nation. More...

Belle Harbor Woman A Suicide

The quiet of residential Belle Harbor was shattered last Tuesday morning by numerous police units responding to 122-14 Newport Avenue on a call of a possible body at that location. More...

Beach 98 Station Set For Fix

Assemblywoman Audrey I. More...

Community

A New Face For Beach 116 Street

There are many changes to the Beach 116 Street shopping area with the coming of spring. Dunkin Donuts and Baskin Robbins have teamed up at the north end of the street. Pictured, the exterior of the new store. More...

Attorney Thanks SJEH Nurses

Prominent attorney Michael K. Benimowitz of Woodmere (center) returned to visit with the nurses of St. John More...

PHC Discusses Cancer Care With Tenants

Robert V. Levine, President and Chief Executive Officer at Peninsula Hospital Center (PHC) was welcomed by the Beach 40 Street Tenants Association to provide an update of the hospital center. More...

Editorial/Opinion

Not A Sign We Want To See

The Rockaway Tribute Park, scheduled to open to the public on September 11, is slated to be a tranquil place of reflection More...

Editorial Comment by Robert Sarnoff

New World Order
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Tie A Yellow Ribbon

The Rockaway Beach Civic Association has a good idea. That organization would like to see yellow ribbons tied onto trees from West Lawrence to Breezy Point. More...

Letters

Letters

Rockaway Is A Rat Hole

This letter was sent to The Wave in response to the paper More...

The Smoking Ban Cometh

Smokers who are out enjoying a night on the town will be told "butt-out" the moment Saturday night becomes Sunday morning this weekend, as the city-wide Smoke-Free Air Act goes into effect. More...

Fire Guts House, Spreads to Another

Fire tore through the inside of one house and severely damaged another on Beach 43 Street on March, 25. About 60 Firefighters responded, the first arriving in four minutes from the time the call was placed at around 5 p.m. More...

‘Bravest And Finest’ April 10

Tickets are still available for Rockaway More...

Swastikas Mar Local Synagogue

A number of swastikas were found spray-painted on the outside wall of a Rockaway synagogue on Saturday, March 22. More...

Columnists

Beachcomber

People are nervous. On Saturday, police received a call over the 911 system that two "suspicious middle-eastern looking men" had put something into a boat nearby the North Channel Bridge and headed across the bay for JFK Airport. More...

Broad Channel Bits

This is an anniversary column. Our anniversary. At this time last year the first "Bits" column appeared in these pages without much fanfare. More...

Chatting with Chapey

Trinity Services:  Luncheon Wednesday April 30th

In 1994, I founded Trinity Services to bring services to seniors in our area who were geographically isolated and suffered from a lack of accessible services. Many of our seniors are living alone. More...

Sports

Lacrosse Day A Great Day For Kids And Adults

With all that has been going on regarding Iraq, it was truly refreshing to participate with an outstanding group of youth and young adults this past weekend at Far Rockaway High School. More...

Wind May Swirl In Favor For Beach Channel

The winds swirled from Jamaica Bay as a sunny 65-degree day all of sudden dipped the temps into 40 More...

Grizzlies Holding Tryouts

The Rockaway Grizzlies, a new semi-pro football team who will play in the Garden State Football League for the 2003 season is holding tryouts at Beach Channel High School on Saturday, March 29 at 11 a.m. More...


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