August 1, 2003 RSS feed / Community

Drive Honors Assemblywoman Rhodd-Cummings

The life and work of the late Assemblywoman Pauline Rhodd-Cummings was celebrated last Saturday afternoon as residents, elected officials and representatives from the many civic groups to which she belonged gathered to rename an Edgemere street in he More...

‘Function At The Junction’ A Summer Hit

"The Function At The Junction," held at Bayswater Park in Far Rockaway, has become an annual event where friends who live in Rockaway, or who once lived in Rockaway, get together to talk about old times. More...

St. John’s Home Celebrates Anniversary

John J. Bennett, Jr., Esq., Liz Sulik, and Father Paul Landolfi are to be honored on St. John More...

A Busy Month For Family!

Tina Faulhaber has graduated with honors and in the top ten of her class from Lindenhurst High School. She will be attending St. Joseph More...

First Camping Trip

On July 11, four friends went camping in the Catskill Mountains and had a great time doing so. Pictured left to right is Shannon Green, Shane Malloy, Alyssa O More...

Controversy Over 9/11 Memorial Brings Thoughts Of Community

The new Tribute Park planned for Rockaway, to memorialize those residents who died on September 11, 2001 in the attack on the World Trade Center, may face the same often-bitter dispute as the memorial at the site of the World Trade Center, for the th More...

Special Delivery

Rockaway Museum Director and Wave Publisher Susan Locke and Far Rock 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...

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KeySpan MGP Plant Decision Set For August

Keyspan, the current owner of the long defunct LILCO Manufactured Gas Plant (MGP) on Beach Channel Drive between Beach 108 Street and Beach 110 Street, is slowly taking steps toward cleaning up the toxic waste located on its premises, according to of More...

U.S. Parks Police Get $400K Moose-Cat

Is it a moose, or is it a cat? Actually, it More...

A Day Of Armed Combat In Rockaway

The City of New York Parks and Recreation and the New York Arm Wrestling Association have joined forces to present the 26th Annual White Castle More...

Adult Programs Lively At Queens Library

"Tropical Wreath Making," a crafts workshop with Sheila Black, will demonstrate how to create a decorative wreath for summer out of fruits; materials will be supplied. More...

Chamber’s Business After Hours Moves To The Beach

The Rockaway Chamber of Commerce hosted Business After Hours at Almost Paradise on Beach 9 Street on Monday night. Chamber President John Lepore and Executive Director Liz Sulik show off the new Tribute Park T-shirts. More...

Fiddler On The Roof Faces Last Performances

For the past two weekends the Rockaway Theatre Company More...

KidsmART Brings Art and Fun to Rockaway’s Kids

Quietly, but with quality in mind, one of the most interesting programs in the city has brought 200 very lucky kids to Gateway National Park for the KidsmART Program, a creative day camp run right in our backyards. More...

Selected For National Honor

Twenty-five local students have been selected for the National Honor Roll. More...

Celebrating Eight Years

David Santos Jr., son of David Santos and Rosa Cepeda is turning 8 years old on July 31st. . David is a happy Down More...

Broad Channel Sister Act

Michelle Porcella (left) of Broad Chan More...

LIRR Summer Getaway

With only one week left in the official long Island summer season, the MTA Long Island Rail Road has two great reasons to spend some time on the East End. More...

Shack Attack!

Attention children of all ages! Come paint the Lifeguard Shack with Geoff Rawling, President of Rockaway Art More...

Big Toes, Sharks, American Flags And Manhattan At Sandcastle Contest

The annual Sand More...

Dean’s List Honors

Renseelaer Polytechnic Institute has announced that Brandon D. Kaplan, a resident of Rockaway, has made the Institute More...

Students Win Awards

Business Informatics Center, The College for Business located in Valley Stream, is pleased to announce that its students garnered three of the total six Horizon Scholarship Awards offer More...

‘Sinatra’ Visits For RMAC Concert

In spite of the wind and threatening skies, more than 300 Frank Sinatra fans were treated to the (Frank Sinatra) music of Jerry Cardone and the Danny Vincent Orchestra at Ft. More...

Ticket Blitz In Flooded Broad Channel

Broad Channel residents have noticed recently that when the waves swell and the water comes up over automobile fenders, the number of parking tickets increases as well. More...


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