April 5, 2003 RSS feed / Front Page

Early Deadlines This Week...

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Call To RAA Photographers

Rockaway Artists Alliance (RAA) members are invited to submit slides/photos of black and white or color photographs to be juried for the exhibition: "Through the Lens: A Member Photography Exhibi-tion." Entries must be received by April 15. More...

Community

101 Council Addresses Terrorism

The 101 Precinct Community Coun-cil held its monthly meeting on Wed-nesday, March 19. More...

Addabbo: Adopt A Park

Councilman Joseph Addabbo, Chairman of the City Coun-cil More...

Police Blotter

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Sports

Rain Doesn’t Stop MLB Return To Brooklyn

For New York Mets owner Fred Wilpon, a little thing such as rain would not stop him from flashing his beaming grin. When the Brooklyn Dodgers left for Los Angeles in 1957, he spoke of one day orchestrating a return of a major league team to Brooklyn. More...

Beach Channel Boys Serve Up a New Season

Almost one year ago, ten boys from Beach Channel High School walked away from a heartbreaking season. With a 5-5 record, they were tied for third in the PSAL Queens B II Division. More...

De Sales 4th Grade Wins Boyle Tournament

The St. Francis De Sales 4th Grade CYO basketball team recently completed their season. They ended the year winning the Peggy Boyle Tournament sponsored by their parish. More...

Man Charged in Beach 14 St. Murder

A Queens man has been arrested and charged with chasing down another man, and then shooting him several times in the head and midsection, police said. More...

Spring Ahead...

Do not forget to turn your clocks ahead one hour when you go to sleep on Saturday night. Daylight Savings time begins early on Sunday morning. More...

Judge Rips City At Parade Hearing

If the questions thrown at the city More...

Private Bus Lines To Go Public By June 30

Under an agreement arranged by the Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) and the city, the agency will take over seven private bus lines, including Green Bus and Jamaica Bus, by June 30. More...

PRYSE Sets Goals For Year

The Project for Rockaway Youth in Safety and Education (PRYSE) hosted training programs on March 20 and 21, (planned in consultation with The Action Center of Washing-ton D.C. More...

Columnists

Beachcomber

The Wave would like to honor those men and women from the local area who are fighting within the war zones of Iraq and Afghanistan. More...

Broad Channel Bits

Winter really had its own style this year. March decided to come in like a lion and leave the same way; and there is no saying for that! On the 31, it was so cold, windy and rainy; it felt like winter instead of spring. More...

Chatting with Chapey

Chapey Re-elected to Regents

Dr. Geraldine D. Chapey was re-elected by a joint session of the New York State Assembly and Senate to a second five year term on the New York State Board of Regents of the University of the State of New York. More...

Editorial/Opinion

What’s News Is Often In The Eyes Of The Beholder

What is news? It seems an easy question to answer, but for those of us who must deal with it on a daily basis, it is never easy. The old saw, "when a dog bites man, it is not news, but when a man bites dog, it is big news," is often true. More...

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