June 13, 2003 RSS feed / Front Page

Duane Reade Opens Without C.O.

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Community

A Journalistic Discussion In Broad Channel

Impromptu news conferences often take place in the strangest of places. This picture was taken by an onlooker at the Queens American Legion parade that was held last week in Broad Channel. More...

A Special Day In Albany For Area Students

A routine field trip to the State Capitol in Albany turned out to be a special event for students of Middle School 180-Q when they accepted an invitation from Assemblywoman Audrey I. More...

Arverne Delivery System Blights Happiness

Diagonally across the street from my home is a big Arverne lot. So the Sanitation Department strips off the topsoil and living vegetation, threatens with arrest if the public does not leave it (in habitual public use for years More...

Editorial/Opinion

Why Write A Rule You Don’t Want To Enforce?

The newly-posted rules for beach and boardwalk use have stirred lots of controversy in Rockaway. Most residents wonder what kind of beach community this is to restrict beach and boardwalk use. More...

Editorial Comment by Robert Sarnoff

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Property Owners Cast Adrift

Legislature

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AA, Airbus, Cut Deal On 587 Victims

It was only last October, at a National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) hearing on the crash of American Airlines Flight 587, an Airbus A300-600, that American Airlines and Airbus Industries clashed over the reason for the Belle Harbor crash that More...

Puerto Rican Flag, Singed, Ripped

In what police are terming "a possible bias incident," a Puerto Rican flag attached to a home on East 8 Road in Broad Channel was vandalized early last Sunday morning. More...

Bands On The Boards Set For June 14

The Tannen Brothers will be the first performance of the "Bands on the Boards" SummerFun 2003 program on Saturday, June 14 from 2:30 p.m. to 4:40 p.m. More...

Columnists

Beachcomber

When The Wave photographer went out into the community, looking for pictures to illustrate our story on dog poop all over the peninsula, he photographed Pete O More...

Boyle-ing Points by Kevin Boyle

A Funny Thing Happened

I didn More...

Broad Channel Bits

Some sun, some clouds. It More...

Sports

Bulldogs Win Basketball Championship

The Queens 5 grade girls AAU Basket More...

Rockaway Students Say NO To Violence

The children from P.S. 198 and Queens District Attorney Richard Brown, former Mayor David Dinkins and United States Tennis Association Executive Director/COO Lee Hamilton were on hand to host 1000 students from eight public schools: P.S. More...

Rockaway Players Lead To Midwood Championship

The Midwood Hornets (#6 seed) won the 2003 PSAL A Division NYC Championship in girls softball for the first time in school history. They defeated Tottenville 1-0 at St. More...


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