June 27, 2003 RSS feed / Front Page

Two Arverne Men Shot In Separate Incidents

Police are investigating two Arverne shootings that sent one man to the hospital with a bullet wound to his leg and another man with two bullet wounds who remains in critical condition at Jamaica Hospital. More...

Spray Caps Needed For Fire Hydrants

The New York City Department of Environmental Protection Commissioner Christopher O. Ward recently warned New Yorkers about the hazards of illegally opened fire hydrants and urged them to observe water use regulations. More...

Community

587 Memorial Dedicated in Dominican Republic

While no memorial has yet been planned for Rock More...

Addabbo Addresses Cross Bay Construction

In answer to Councilman Joseph Addabbo More...

Addabbo: Save Our Vital Wetlands

City Councilman Joseph P. Addabbo, Jr., Chairman of the Council More...

Sports

Opening Night Wins Fans And Game

Cyclones manager Tim Teufel signs autographs before the game. More...

Rockaway Hosts Queens Tennis Championships

For the first time ever on Friday, June 27, the New York Junior Tennis League will host the Queensboro championships of the tennis elite of Queens. More...

Mets Advance To Jamaica Bay LL Championship

After numerous rain delays, the Jamaica Bay Little League Rookie Division playoffs finally got underway on Monday night with the first place George Russo, Esq. Marlins taking on the fourth place Ozone Park Kiwanis Mets. More...

‘Can’t Prohibit Speech’

Broad Channel Men Exonerated In

Freedom of speech was violated by the city in the case of three Broad Channel men, two firefighters and one policeman, who were fired after riding on a parade float in blackface during a 1998 Broad Channel Mardi Gras Labor Day parade. More...

Insurance Bill Needs Pataki’s Approval

Rockaway, Broad Channel Homeowners Could Be Renewed Shortly

The bill authorizing the insurance association that many locals rely on in order to keep their mortgages, has passed the legislature and now needs the signature of New York State Governor George Pataki. More...

Local Detectives Grab Note-Jobber

Two Rockaway detectives, who were on Cross Bay Boulevard transporting a suspect back to the peninsula, pitched in and stopped a Howard Beach bank robber this week. More...

Homebuyers Club Offered

Margert Community Corporation is presently accepting registrations for its newly established homebuyers club, the "First Home Club." This unique new offering will hold the first five classes on July 16. More...

Columnists

Beachcomber

Now we know the truth. It was our own Kevin Boyle, former Wave editor and author of "Braving The Waves," who started the rumor that Bill Clinton was going to run for Mayor of New York City, a rumor that he has denied. More...

Boyle-ing Points by Kevin Boyle

Thoughts Under The Umbrella

This just in More...

Chatting with Chapey

Join Us At The USO Gala

Please gather your family, friends and neighbors to join us at the thrilling and exhilarating USO Gala on Saturday, June 28, at 7 p.m.  Tickets are $40.00. More...

Editorial/Opinion

GI Jane Deserves A Place Of Honor

More than fourteen years ago, the O More...

Photo

Editorial Comment by Robert Sarnoff More...


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