May 2, 2003 RSS feed / Community

Chamber Seeks Entries For Resource Guide

The Chamber of Commerce of the Rockaways is inviting members of the Rockaway community to participate in the creation of the Premiere Edition of its "Rockaway Resource Guide". More...

Claddagh Inn Hosts Easter Party

Claddagh Inn held a successful Easter party. The children had plenty of fun. The Easter baskets were made and donated by students of St. Francis de Sales School. More...

Green Bus Meets Orange Truck

A Wave photographer witnessed a painful meeting of truck and bus on Tuesday morning, when the driver of a Green bus attempting to make a wide right turn from Beach 116 to Rockaway Beach Boulevard lost his concentration and hit an orange Parks Departm More...

Supports Addabbo Health Center

Pamela Hassen, Vice President of Mar More...

Army Pvt. Completes Training

Army Pvt. Mikaela Humphrey has graduated from the unit supply specialist advanced individual training course at Fort Lee, Petersburg, Virginia. More...

Completes Sergeant’s Course

Marine Corps Sgt. Marvin K. Walker, son of Jean E. and John S. Walker of Far Rockaway, recently graduated from the U.S. Marine Corps Sergeant More...

Belle Harbor Resident Big On Small Trains

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Some may see building model trains as child More...

Queens College Welcomes Rockaway Youth To Summer Camp

Summer is coming and, with it comes a parent More...

Sanders: Returning Vets Need Help

When the men and women serving in the Gulf region return, they will be celebrated More...

ALPS Designed Summer Institute For August

The Active Learning Prep School (ALPS), a school within a school at MS 180, has been awarded another prestigious grant. More...

Bishop Kearney

Scholars Honored

Twenty-one members of the Class of 2002 at Bishop Kearney High School have been named AP Scholars by the College Board, in recognition of their exceptional achievement on the college-level Advanced Placement exams. More...

Summer Fun Takes Time and Money

Kite flying is a breeze, but planning and funding a summer kite-flying festival can be hard work, especially if the organizers are competing with other sponsored events. More...

Volunteers Wanted For Cancer Mapping Project

New York State Senator Malcolm A. Smith is asking interested residents living in Southeast Queens to join in an important cancer study that he has been conducting over the past several weeks. More...

Wild Dogs Spotted in Arverne

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50th Rockaway Little League Opening Day

The Rockaway Little League is celebrating their 50th anniversary on May 3rd with Opening Day at Fort Tilden. This year, almost 100 boys and girls have registered and 75 teams will play in the following divisions: T-ball-ages 4&5, Peewee Jr. More...

Broad Channel Parade Set For May 4

The Broad Channel Athletic Club is proud to announce our 4th Annual Jamaica Bay Little League Season. The Opening Day Parade and Ceremonies are on May 4th, 2003 at 1:00 p.m. More...

Senior Appreciation Day Set For May 6

Councilman James Sanders, Jr. is hosting a Senior Appreciation Day on Tuesday, May 6, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., for the senior residents of the Thirty-first Council District. It will be held at the Beach Club, located at 129 Beach 116 Street. More...

Closed After 75 Years In Rockaway

Lowitt Labs has closed its doors after nearly 75 years of service to the Rockaway Community both as a pharmacy and as a medical supply company. More...

SJEH Volunteer Celebrates 88th Birthday

St. John More...

Completes Basic Hospital Corps

Navy Hospitalman Recruit Dustin R. Gonzalez, a 2002 graduate of Beach Channel High School, Far Rockaway, recently graduated from the Basic Hospital Corps School at Naval Hospital Corps School, Great Lakes, Illinois. More...

Currently Deployed

Marine Corps Lance Cpl. Federico E. Santana, son of Milagros A. and Federico A. Santana of Far Rockaway, is currently deployed in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom while assigned to the 26 Marine Expeditionary Unit, based in Camp Lejeune, NC. More...

City Stops Work on Mystery Development

For the past few months, workmen have been moving in and out of the former site of the Seaport Restaurant and there were many rumors about what it would going to turn into. More...

PHC Honors Lopez, Diaz

Peninsula Hospital Center, in Far Rockaway, NY will be holding its Annual Spring Luncheon on Wednesday, May 7, 2003 at Russo More...

Recruitment Open For Fifty Apprentices

The Joint Apprentice Committee for the Metal Lathers and Reinforcing Ironworkers, Local 46, will open recruitment on May 5 for 50 apprentices. More...

Sanders Shows ‘em the Money

Rockaway is "rolling in opportunity" for entrepreneurs, and City Councilman James Sanders, Jr., wants to get them the info they need to make money, he said at two business training seminars. More...

Bishop Kearney’s Students Make Jeopardy Boards

The Latin language has made a great impact upon our modern world and is currently sending Bishop Kearney More...

P.S. 225Q Students Loved The Tulips

Back in October 2002, P.S. 225Q sent an article to The Wave describing a special Internet program called Journey North. This program charts the arrival of spring from the south to the north, as Red Emperor Tulips emerge and bloom. More...

UHF Honors PHC Auxiliary

The United Hospital Fund recently presented awards to Sheila Schwartz, Co-President of the Peninsula Hospital Center Auxiliary and Joyce Silverman, President of the PHC Volunteer Guild for their contributions to the community through their voluntary More...

Women’s History Month Celebration

Assemblywoman Audrey I. Pheffer served as a guest speaker for the Federal Women More...


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