May 30, 2003 RSS feed / Front Page

Nab Two Students With Gun At MS 53

Two fourteen-year-old Middle School 53 students were arrested last week for bringing a loaded hand More...

What’s Open, What’s Not

The city More...

Sanitation Worker Busted For Pot, Weapon

A car stop for a traffic infraction turned into an arrest for police officers from the 100 Precinct on Wednesday, May 28, when the officers found marijuana and an illegal weapon in the car, according to a report by the NYPD More...

Community

Broad Channel Volies Host Memorial Ceremony

The firehouse was flooded by the torrential rains on Monday and had to be cleared for the ceremony. The volies are raising money for a new firehouse on Cross Bay Boulevard. More...

Memorial Day Beach For The Birds

The Memorial Day weekend is the traditional beginning of Rockaway More...

100 PRECINCT BLOTTER

Arrested: May 9, 1930 hours was Charles Clayton, 41 of 357 B. 70 St. for criminal contempt-1 and harassment-2 at 353 B. 70 St. Deft did verbally harass comp, violating active OOP. Deft was found to be in possession of several small bags of marijuana. More...

Editorial/Opinion

Making New York City A Rotten Apple For Residents

Mayor Bloomberg and his commissioners are making it more difficult for people to live in New York City. In fact, the wave of tickets that have hit residents may soon make it impossible to live in the city. More...

Editorial Comment by Robert Sarnoff

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Letters

Letters

Thanks All Around
Dear Editor;

Thanks to our community activists, for stepping in to act, when in the rush of life, we don More...

Rising Crime Totals: 2 New Shootings

Two more shootings in Far Rockaway at the beginning of the Memorial Day weekend added to the rising toll of gun violence in the Rockaway community and left a Jamaica man dead and a Brooklyn man wounded. More...

Photo

Beach Channel High School senior Amy Grosshandler plays More...

18 Years To Life For Rockaway Murder

A Far Rockaway man has been sentenced to an 18 years to life sentence for murdering a vendor who sold tapes and other goods nearby the Mott Avenue subway station in December of 2001. More...

Outdoor Movies On June 20 And 21

Watch the stars twinkle on screen and overhead at the fourth annual Movies By Moonlight. More...

Meeting Today On Bus Takeover

A State Assembly committee will hold a public hearing today, Friday, May 30 at Queens Borough Hall to look into the proposed Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) takeover of several private bus lines, including the Green Bus Line and the Jamai More...

Columnists

Beachcomber

Despite the driving rain and cold temperature, approximately 200 brave souls marched the course for the Rockaway Memorial Day Parade on Monday afternoon. More...

Boyle-ing Points by Kevin Boyle

A Fine Mess

I almost missed another deadline. There I was typing up this column, sitting on my favorite milk crate, when the SWAT team descended and hauled my butt off to the hoosegow. More...

Broad Channel Bits

A rainy Memorial weekend has come and gone. Memorial Day is less a "fun" holiday than it is one of reflection on the bravery of those who have gone before us. More...

Sports

Beach Channel Eliminates Far Rockaway

Catcher Dana Butera (left) and Pitcher Jodi Vitale discuss the pitch selection. More...

Rockaway Beach Volleyball Opening Night Rained Out

Rain and lightning forced the cancellation of RBVL volleyball games Wednesday night for the first time in years. Charter members Bernie O More...

Connolly’s Orioles Softball Report

"Softball is a lot like sex. Even when it

The Orioles showed up at the field last Sunday ready to even their record at 2-2. As they warmed up, they were treated to the new team soundtrack, which was created by Pete "Steve" Grogan and Spike. More...


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