July 25, 2003 RSS feed / Community

Caught A Big One!

Vinnie Montanano is pictured with the 50-pound striper that didn More...

Citywide Alternate Week Recycling Begins July 28

Sanitation Commissioner John J. Doherty announced that the City will begin city-wide alternate week recycling collection effective Monday, July 28. More...

Completes Naval Basic

Navy Seaman Recruit Billy J. Monagas, son of Carmen and Victor Nazario of Inwood, recently completed U. S. Navy basic training at Recruit Training Command, Great Lakes, Illinois. More...

Rockaway Park Teen Nabbed In Bias Crime

A Rockaway Park 17-year-old was arrested on July 18 by police of the 100 Precinct on charges of spray- painting a Swastika and "Nazi More...

Fort Tilden Pond Inspires Award Winning Project

A pond in Fort Tilden seems an odd choice of subject for two Brooklyn high school students, but it was a choice that, along with their intelligence and creativity, brought them a first place victory in a prestigious city-wide science fair. More...

Baptized At St. Virgilius

On Saturday July 12, Hannah Grace Dees was baptized at St. Virgilius Church in Broad Channel. She came all the way from Mobile, Alabama so her great grandmother Veronica McDermott of Broad Channel, who turns 91 in September, could see this occasion. More...

Anthony Graduates From Albany

Jo Anthony, a resident of Rockaway Park, has graduated from the University at Albany with a B.A. degree. More...

Graduates From DePauw

Melissa Reyes, a resident of Rockaway Beach, received a Bachelor of Arts in Communications at DePauw University More...

Graduate From Manhattan

Jeanise C. Valentine, a resident of Far Rockaway, and Nuala Carrington, a resident of Rockaway, both graduated from Manhattan College. Valentine attended the School of Education. Carrington attended the School of Arts. More...

Mossa Challenges Addabbo, Speaks of Rockaway Issues

In the upcoming November City Council election, Michael Mossa will seek to replace Joseph P. Addabbo Jr. as City Councilman for the 32nd Councilmanic District. More...

Police Need Your Help!

Harold Tier, age 52, has been rep More...

Post Hosted Birthday Party For Veterans

On Sunday, July 13, the Daniel M. O More...

The RDRC Community Update

Security is Key to a Successful Business

Owning your own business can be quite demanding but hopefully at the end of the day rewarding. More...

Police Recruitment Opportunities

State Senator Malcolm A. More...

Senator Ada Smith Opposes Nonpartisan Elections

Mayor Bloomberg has asked the New York City Charter revision commission to study the idea of removing party affiliation on election ballots for municipal offices in city elections. More...

Night Out Against Crime

The 100th Precinct Community Council will hold it

The event will begin with "Shack Attack" at the 117th Lifeguard shack, where a live band will perform while volunteers help repaint the shack. More...

Smith’s Legislation Assists Minorities And Women

As Chair of the State Senate More...

Tree Blight Affects Hospital Locale

Even the line of Peninsula More...

Travelers Encouraged To Visit Aviation Museums

A new initiative to encourage travelers to visit New York State More...

Bridge Rehab Wins Kudos From Construction Pub

The Marine Parkway-Gil Hodges Memorial Bridge rehabilitation that was completed last year was selected by New York Construction News, an industry trade journal, as one of the "Top 40" construction projects in the tri-state area in 2002. More...

Sand Castle Contest Set For July 27

The Eighth Annual Sandcastle Contest sponsored by Barbara Morris of West End Realty will be held on the Beach at Beach 116 Street on Sunday, July 27. Registration will begin at noon, with the contest itself lasting from 1 p.m. until 3 p.m. More...

Church Of Christ Health Fair Set For July 26 in Far Rockaway

In today More...

Rockaway Artists Present ‘Local Motion’

The Rockaway Artists Alliance, in partnership with the National Park Service/Gateway National Recreation Area, will present "Local Motion: The Sports of Fort Tilden, the Rockaways More...

CUBE Addresses New Education Paradigm

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The reorganization of the New York City Education Department became official earlier this month when 10 regional offices replaced the 32 Community School District offices. More...

Far Rockaway Head Start Avoids Eviction

After parents, children and many others rallied to keep a local Head Start program operating at its current address, a tentative agreement was reached, Tuesday, keeping it there until June of next year. More...

Assigned To Newest Carrier

Navy Seaman Danielle M. Lafe, daughter of Annette M. Riddle of Naples, Florida and Gilbert J. Lafe of Broad Channel, N.Y., is currently assigned to the Navy More...

Local Students Honored

For the past several decades, the Daniel M. O More...

Friends Sharing A Birthday

Patrick Malloy and Brian Casey turned 30 years old on July 18 and celebrated the occasion with family and friends on July 4. More...

Earned Dean’s List Honors

Coleen Washington, a resident of Rockaway Point, was selected for the Dean More...

Mosquitoes Once Again Issue In Arverne

In anticipation of the yearly late-summer onslaught of mosquitoes, the newly formed Arverne Action Committee, under the auspices of Barbara Hillary, this spring initiated a letter writing campaign to politicians from Meeks to Schumer, as their first More...

Graduates From NYU

Brenda Fearmot graduated from New York University More...

Three Interns Join Wave For Summer

Three summer interns have been busy researching and writing stories for The Wave this summer as part of an ongoing program of training young journalists as well as those who are contemplating journalism as a career. More...

Graduates From Bryn Mawr

Tamar Anolic, a resident of Nep More...

It’s An Honor

Class 015 at P.S. 114 gives their teacher, Miss Morris Jackson, a Day of Honor to remember forever. Miss M-J has been teaching at P.S. 114 for 37 years and is now retiring. More...

She Enjoys Surfing!

Subway surfer Jane Dascalos of Brook More...

Weiner: Republicans Soft On Saudi Terrorism

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Family Literacy Programs Wanted

The Department of Youth and Community Development is looking for qualified organizations to develop and operate family literacy programs. More...

Tickets On The Beach A Myth? Look Again

City Councilman Joe Addabbo has urged Rockaway residents to "Keep on doing what you More...

Volies Use Internet As Fundraiser

An increasing number of people use the Internet on a regular basis to help them with their daily lives. The shop on-line, get the medication on-line, do their banking on-line and even, sometimes, find the love of their life on-line. More...

Yale Alumni Scholarship Dinner Held

The Yale Alumni Club of Queens and the Five Towns recently held its annual cocktail party and scholarship dinner at the home of Dr. Joseph and Judge Jean Fox of Neponsit. More...


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