November 28, 2003 RSS feed / Front Page

Angels On The Bay

"Angels On The Bay" is a non-profit organization, which has been supporting initiatives for the improvement of health care, education and research that affects our children. More...

Thursby Woman Charged In Triple Murder

A Far Rockaway woman was arrested last Friday and charged with murder in connection with a triple homicide that happened last summer. More...

Duane Reade’s Roof-Top Sign Returns

A re-designed version of Duane Reade More...

Vacancy on School Board

Community School Board 27 has announced that it has a vacancy on its board and that resumes from interested parties should be received by the close of business on December 15, 2003. More...

Community

‘Cat In The Hat’ Comes To Busy Bee’s

Contributing Editor

Delighted youngsters of all ages filled Busy Bee More...

Chamber of Commerce Presents Yearly Awards

Officials of the Rockaway Chamber gather at the organization More...

SO, WHAT’S THE STORY?

Have a news tip or story for us? Need exposure for a community-based organization? Know someone who should be recognized for outstanding work in the community? More...

Sports

Basketball Players Return For College Season

The college basketball season has once again started and Rockaway and Broad Channel players are in the spotlight. Last year, the Wave features players such as Tricia Tubridy from Harvard, Boston College More...

2003-2004 PSAL High School Basketball Preview

The PSAL high school basketball season has once again washed up on the shores of New York City. This season, the high school spotlight will once again fall on Lincoln High School More...

Sorrentino Soccer Program Is Underway

The 2003-2004-soccer program is in progress at the Sorrentino Recrea More...

Final Ride Is Concorde’s Quietest Trip

The supersonic transport plane, that once was the bane of Rockaway residents as it roared over Rockaway, makes its final trip, albeit a much quieter one, from John F. More...

Port Authority: JFK Not To Blame For Bay Problems

A Port Authority big dog is biting mad over the recent suggestion that John F. Kennedy Airport is the cause of Jamaica Bay More...

Flu Cases Rising Citywide

The New York City Department of Health announced that flu activity is on the rise citywide and is urging New Yorkers, especially those over 65, to get a flu shot. More...

Weekend Disruption on ‘A Train’

Subway riders in Rockaway should prepare for another temporary change in services. More...

Weiner Could Score Big Bucks For Ferry And More

A bipartisan group of Congressional reps, including Anthony Weiner, are looking to get almost $19 billion More...

Columnists

Beachcomber

Things have gotten so bad with information flowing from the Department of Education, that when The Wave called Beach Channel High School for permission to take pictures of its blood drive on Monday, we were told we had to get permission first from th More...

Broad Channel Bits

Thanksgiving Day with its delicious dinner and family get-togethers are just memories now. And the month of November is almost a memory too. (November always seems to fly right by! More...

Chatting with Chapey

Trinity Services Radio City Christmas

On Friday, November 7, 2003 Trinity Services sponsored its 7th annual trip to see the Radio City Christmas Spectacular at Rockefeller Center. It was an intergenerational trip with two hundred twenty-one people from the Rockaways, Broad Channel, More...

Editorial/Opinion

Development Is Fine, Diving School Is Better

The recent stories about the rescue of a man whose SUV dropped into the East River in Manhattan once again points to the fact that the rescue divers who work for both the fire department and the police department are a vital resource. More...

Editorial Comment

... and ju$tice for all. More...


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