April 19, 2003 RSS feed / Front Page

Drug Raid Yields Marijuana, Cash

Police seized a pound of pot, drug paraphernalia, and over $1,000 in cash after searching a home on Rockaway Beach Boulevard (RBB) last week, according to the Queens County District Attorney More...

Chamber Invites Participation In Resource Guide

The Chamber of Commerce is inviting Rockaway residents to participate in creating the Premiere Edition of its Rockaway Resource Guide. More...

Community

101 Medal Day Honors Officer of the Year, and Others

The 101 Precinct named Maria Larson their police officer of the year, and honored several others at their annual "Medal Day" ceremony. More...

A Lesson For Rockaway Residents?

Court Backs FAA In Arizona Case

Many Rockaway residents have been contemplating suing the Federal Aviation Agency (FAA) for not keeping its promise to reroute flights away from the Belle Harbor area. More...

Arverne Residents Rap ‘A’ Train

The MTA was told their "A" Train is filthy, and that its service is inconsistent and inadequate, at a recent meeting with the Arverne Civic Association (ACA). More...

Sports

BCAC Registration Looks For Girls/Coaches

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St. John’s Angels Host Far Rock Baseball Clinic

On Saturday, April 19th, Coaches Willie Tipton, Ira Stewart, along with the Angel Staff/Parents and special volunteer guest clinician Ken Hernandez head coach of the Far Rockaway High School baseball team. More...

Johnson Starpowers

National Baton
Championship

Allison Frances Johnson of Belle Harbor won three individual gold medals in the 2003 Starpower Nationals Baton Talent Competition in East Islip, Long Island. More...

MS 198 Fight Leaves Two Teachers Injured

A long-standing feud between Rock-away housing complexes may have reared its head once again, as three intruders, let into the building by a student who lived in the same complex, started a fight that led to two teachers being injured at Middle Schoo More...

Beauty In The Wake Of Tragedy

Daffodils sprouting the past week all over Rockaway provide for a beautiful spring. They are also a reminder, however, of those Rockaway residents who died on September 11 and November 12 of 2001. More...

Bribe Brings Equipment To Blanche Day Care

Queens District Attorney Richard A. Brown and New York City Department of Investigation Com-missioner Rose Gill Hearn, More...

Columnists

Beachcomber

A 20-year veteran of the U.S. More...

Boyle-ing Points

Golden Memories

"Down! Down! Down!" Left hand on the wheel, right arm flung over the back of the bench seat of the 1969 Vista Cruiser station wagon. The man they called The Big Dud was checking the blind spot as he switched lanes. More...

Broad Channel Bits

On a packet of seeds, the directions said to wait till all danger of frost is past before planting. With the crazy weather we More...

Editorial/Opinion

Who Has A Right To Be Heard?

The Wave has been inundated with dozens of calls, e-mail and letters as well as more than a few office visits in relation to the letter to the editor from Stephen Wohl that was run in the April 5 issue of the newspaper. More...

Editorial Comment by Robert Sarnoff

“Amir Rashid Muhammed Al-Ubaydi?” “No...Go Fish.” More...

Tie A Yellow Ribbon Round The Old Oak Tree

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


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