April 5, 2003 RSS feed / Community

‘Caroline Rose’ A First Novel To Remember

It is said that the Irish can do two things: sing a song and tell a tale.Mary (nee Treacy) Triola can do both, and more. More...

Derech Emunoh Lives On

After being plagued by fires big and small since 1994, Congregation Derech Emunoh More...

Far Rockaway Resident Receives Full Scholarship

Kareem Edwards, resident of Far Rockaway, and a senior computer programming major at Thomas A. Edison Vocational & Technical High School, has been awarded a Posse Scholarship to DePauw University in Indiana. More...

Basic Training Completed

Air Force Airman Shackilca S. Beaumont, daughter of Ivy Ramzey of Far Rockaway, has graduated from basic military training at Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio, Texas. More...

Dean’s List At Marist

Kristine Halligan, daughter of Thomas and Irene Halligan of Rockaway Beach, was awarded honors on the Marist College Dean More...

Improvement Projects Slated To Start

Community Board 14 has announced that a significant number of community requested infrastructure improvement projects are slated to start in the District this year. More...

More Money For ‘Ferryless’ Ferry Landing

Representative Anthony Weiner has announced $400,000 in federal funds for the construction of a permanent ferry landing and sea wall at the former Coast Guard station at Riis landing. More...

Safety Tips Offered

The 100th precinct would like to remind you of some important safety tips to help you from becoming a victim of a crime. More...

Gospel Tribute Celebrates Black History

A celebration of Black History Month, "A Tribute To Gospel," was held on February 7. New York City Council Speaker Gifford Miller and Council Member James Sanders, Jr. More...

Pheffer Appointed To Insurance Reform Committee

Assemblywoman Audrey I. Pheffer has been appointed to the Assembly conference committee established to negotiate with the state Senate on new legislation that would help protect consumers from run-away auto insurance rates. More...

RAA: How To Tell Your Kids About The War

By Chris Jorge R.N. M.A. More...

Public School 215 Select

Students Of Month

P.S. 215 continues the year on a positive note by selecting the following students as More...

P.S./M.S. 43 Students Visit MOMA and Socrates Sculpture Park

Seventh graders perched on a spiral sculpture, eating their lunch on Wednesday, March 26. They had a gorgeous day for their trip. The next day they created artwork in the style of Matisse in art class. More...

‘Support Our Troops’ Rally Set For Today

The rally to show support for American troops fighting in the war zones in Iraq and Afghanistan will take place today, Saturday, April 5 at 2 p.m., with the supporters gathering nearby the boardwalk on Beach 116 Street in Rockaway Park. More...

‘Tribute Park’ Brick Sales Extended

The Chamber of Commerce of the Rockaways/Rockaway Partnership announces that the time to purchase bricks and benches to be installed in the new "Tribute Park" has been ex-tended until May 31, 2003. More...

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...

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RAA: How To Tell Your Kids About The War

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CB 14 Meets April 8

Community Board 14 will be holding their regular monthly meeting on April 8, at 7:45 p.m. More...

Dinkins & D.A. ‘Say No to Violence’

Former New York City Mayor David Dinkins visited Far Rockaway High School recently, along with Queens District Attorney Richard Brown, in support of "Say No to Violence Week." Dinkins and Brown posed More...

Joyful Third Birthday!

Christopher J. DeMarco celebrated his third birthday on March 21. Christopher is the son of Grace-Ann and Dominick DeMarco of Rockaway. His brothers are Dominick and Michael. More...

A New Arrival!

Kalen James Fraser was born three weeks early on March 9 in Atlanta, Georgia. He weighed 7 lbs 8 oz., and measured 21 inches long. His proud parents are Kevin (from Rockaway Beach) and Amanda (from Decatur, Georgia) Fraser. More...

Assigned to USS Harry S. Truman

Navy Petty Officer Third Class Quan Martinear, a 1999 graduate of Far Rockaway High School, is halfway through a scheduled six-month deployment while assigned to the aircraft carrier USS Harry S. Truman home ported in Norfolk, Virginia. More...

Ideas Sought On Jamaica Bay’s Future

The National Park Service (NPS), and several of its partners, recently hosted an open house for area organizations and the general public to explore the many issues that surround the major changes taking place in the Jamaica Bay ecosystem. More...

New Visitor’s Center Slated for Sanctuary

Congressman Anthony Weiner has announced that he has secured $3.3 million to build a new visitor center and maintenance facility at the Jamaica Bay Wildlife Refuge, in Gateway National Park. More...

Survivor Speaks Out With Voice of the Faithful

His appearance doesn More...

Mocean Gets Moving on B116

What do you get when you bring the latest in sportswear, accessories, and collectibles to the heart of the west end More...

Beach Channel High School Sets Staff For Adult Education Program

Auxiliary Services For High Schools has announced that it has recently acquired the services of Assistant Principals, Sandra Tullick and Gordon Duncan. More...

Soundproofing Set For Three Rockaway Schools

Three local schools will soon get new windows and soundproofing provided by the Port Authority. More...

SJEH Meets With Legislators

At St. John More...

Tie A Yellow Ribbon Round A Beach 116 Tree

Members and officials from the Cham More...


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