September 12, 2003 RSS feed / Community

Attorneys Available To Speak At Meetings

Community, civic, religious, service and other organizations in Queens can have attorneys speak at their meetings on topics the groups select through the Queens County Bar Association More...

Tax Amnesty Program Starts On October 20

The New York City Department of Finance will accept applications for amnesty on New York City business and excise taxes from October 20, 2003 through January 23, 2004. More...

Bayfield Avenue Renaming Will Honor Firefighter

Councilman James Sanders Jr. and the family of the late firefighter Stephen P. Russell, will host a ceremony renaming Bayfield Avenue from Beach 65 Street to Beach 72 Street "F.F. More...

Flag Raising In Tribute Park Honors Those Who Were Lost

Chamber of Commerce President John Lepore, artist Patrick Clark and Community Board 14 District Manager Jon Gaska raise an American Flag over Tribute Park on Beach 116 Street in honor of those Rockaway residents who were lost in the terrorist attack More...

New Apartments Ready

Located at the intersection of Holland Avenue and Cross Bay Parkway (Behind the Seaside Library), the newly-constructed Shore View Apartments are ready for rental. More...

Look Who’s Turning Four!

Sydney Rose McEneaney, daughter of Tara and Denis McEneaney, former residents of Broad Channel, will be turning four on September 16. Sydney is the grand More...

Now Serving In Iraq

Cpl. Raymond Sofield, MP Company, is currently serving in Iraq. Sofield is the son-in-law of Eileen Devlin of Crafty Kids. More...

Mirkin Eyes Beach 116 Makeover

Big changes are coming to Mirkin Vision Care on Beach 116 Street. Dr. More...

New Youth Club Mural Is ‘Dreamy’

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PHC Adult Day Care In Project Liberty

The Adult Day Healthcare Center at Peninsula Hospital Center recently completed a quilt in honor of the victims of September 11, as part of a project put together by roject Liberty. More...

Region Five Telephone Directory

The Region Five office can be reached at 718-642-5818. All of the following personnel can be reached through that number. The Instructional Supervisors are directly responsible to Cashin and have responsibility for the schools indicated. More...

Hundreds Attend John Moran Street Naming

City Councilman Joe Addabbo, hosted a renaming ceremony last Saturday in the memory of FDNY Chief John Moran, who died in the terrorist attack on the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001. More...

Sanders Joins Read-A-Loud Program At Arverne Library

Queens Library Interim Director Thomas W. Galante joined City Councilmember James Sanders at the Arverne Branch today to announce the launch of the "Councilman James Sanders Read-A-Loud Program". More...

Weiner Knocks ‘No Child Left Behind’ Funding

Congressman Anthony Weiner has given the Federal "No Child Left Behind Act" and the President More...

St. John’s Celebrates 135th Anniversary

The St. John More...

Boyle-ing Points by Kevin Boyle

Rockaway Remembers

Beach 118 Street was named for a fallen hero, John Moran, this past Saturday. It was a spectacularly beautiful day, eerily reminiscent of that horrible day in September two years ago. More...

Tile And Marble Apprentices Needed

The Tile, Marble and Terrazzo Joint Apprenticeship and Training Committee, Local 7, will conduct recruitment on September 12 and December 12 for twelve apprentices. More...

Chamber Sets Fall Sunset Cruise

The Chamber of Commerce of the Rockaways will be introducing its 2003 honorees on its inaugural Fall Sunset Cruise on board the Mystique on Tuesday, September 16. More...

Coast Guard Rescue Off Rockaway Shore

Fisherman Michael Fenga and two of his friends got the ride of their lives last Tuesday, when they were picked up from Fenga More...

Cell Phone Disclosure

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Essay Contests Spell Big Bucks For Students

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Caucig To Be Honored By PHC

Louis T. Caucig., member of the Board of Directors at Peninsula Hospital Center (PHC) in Far Rockaway, has been named honoree of the 96th Anniversary Ball, to be held on October 25, at The Sands in Atlantic Beach. More...

RAA To Host Annual Dinner October 25

Do You believe that together we can build a comprehensive arts center in Fort Tilden, nestled between the Atlantic Ocean and Jamaica Bay? The Rockaway Artists Alliance (RAA) be More...

Celebrates Ninetieth Birthday!

A Rockaway resident for almost fifty years, Catherine "Kitty" O More...

O’Dwyer–Mostaccio

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Celebrated Summer’s End

Seaside apartments had its annual end-of-summer costume party on August 28. All had plenty of fun! More...

Beach 118 Street Block Party Honors Moran

The Block Party held on the beach block of Beach 118 Street after the John Moran street renaming on the boardwalk, honored the firefighter and his family. More...

Ferry–Bad Season For Weekend Service

NY Waterway announced weekend ferry service from Manhattan to the Rockaways on a sunny spring day back in June. More...

The RDRC Community Update

REMA Gives Back To The Community
With Spectacular Fashion Show

On Saturday, September 6, the Rockaway East Merchant More...

REMA Fashion Show Draws East End Crowd

Contributing Editor

The Rockaway East Merchants Association (REMA) hosted its 1st Annual Fall Fashion Show and Open Market September 6 on Beach 20 Street and Cornaga Avenue. More...

Rockaway Rotary Club Hosts Visitor From India

The Rockaway Rotary Club was honored by the visit by the Past District Governor of Bombay North Island, India. More...

SJEH Seeks Project Liberty Volunteers

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Stars Shine At Westbury Music Festival

David Sedaris On October 3

Playwright, author and radio star David Sedaris will be appearing at Westbury Music Fair on Friday, October 3 at 8 p.mm in the half-round. Tickets are $32. More...

Broad Channel UCO Sets Sewer Refunds

The United Community Organization of Broad Channel (UCO) will soon begin distributing a Sewer Maintenance refund of $250 to homeowners on the island community. More...


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