January 9, 2004 RSS feed / Community

Awards Offered For School Research Project

To encourage students to use historical records, the New York State Archives, a program of the State Education Department, is sponsoring the 14th annual Student Research Awards. More...

New Year’s Day Communication A 20 Year Failure

Seventy-three members and friends of the American Littoral Society shouted and used More...

Rockaway Museum Closed

The Rockaway Museum will be closed for reorganization during the months of January and February, according to a report recently issued by museum director Susan Locke. More...

BCHS Band Fundraiser Set For January 10

The Beach Channel High School Marching Band is hoping that ticket sales for their January concert will raise the rest of the money they need to perform in a Disney World parade during President More...

Rockaway Woman Is Kidnapped In Taxi Terror

A Far Rockaway woman was reportedly kidnapped on Wednesday by her ex-boyfriend, who used a friend More...

Guns Off Street = Money For You

Police want to get guns off of Rockaway streets and are offering cash incentives if you help them. More...

Hadassah Book Review with Fr. Landolfi

Rockaway Park Hadassah will discuss the best seller "The Da Vinci Code" by Dan Brown at its meeting at noon on Tuesday, Jan uary 14 at the Beach Club at noon. More...

Knights Of Columbus Celebrate Holiday Season

Rockaway Council #2672, Knights of Columbus spent a busy month preparing for and celebrating Christmas, emphasizing joy, caring, community, fraternalism, family and children. More...

Levy Family Celebrates Bris

Robin and Richard Levy of Rock More...

Shape Up Takes Off

District leader, Lew Simon and Alex More...

Ten Free Trees for Arbor Day

Ten free flowering trees will be given to each person who joins the National Arbor Day Foundation during January 2004. More...

Doo Wop Spectacular Set For January 31

Harry G. More...

PHC Welcomes New Community Advisory Members

The Peninsula Hospital Center (PHC) Community Advisory Council recently welcomed two new members. Those welcomed were Joanne Peterson from the Arverne community and Noreen Schramm from Breezy Point. More...

P.S. 43’s Artists

Tony Muriente, left and Jahren Budram, of Class 5-324, display their work for the Picasso Project in Art at P.S. 43. More...

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Health Services for Volunteer Firefighters

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The Rockaway Irregular by Stuart W. Mirsky ‘Herd’ On The Street

It More...

Belle Harbor Yeshiva Students Sing For Seniors

On Tuesday, December 23, students from Yeshiva of Belle Harbor, Belle Harbor Jewish Day School, celebrated the festival of Chanukah with the Jewish residents at the Promenade Rehabilitation Center and the Peninsula Extended Care and Rehabilitation ce More...

Addabbo Proposes CBB For ‘Greenstreets’ Program

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

Beach 119 Street Dip

The Fifth Annual Beach 119 Street Dip went off as planned on New Year More...

Gateway National Park Fees Set to Double

Gateway National Recreation Area (GNRA) has announced that there will be an increase in the cost of special use permit fees for 2004. More...

City Employee Arrested for Stealing Money Order

A Far Rockaway woman employed by the New York City Human Resources Administration (HRA) has been arrested for stealing and cashing a $700 postal money order. More...

A Claddagh Christmas Celebrated at St. Rose Of Lima

More than a thousand toys and presents were distributed to children in the Rockaway community at the Annual Christmas party for the Claddagh Inn at St. More...

Bulk Mailing Now At Rockaway PO Stations

Effective Monday January 12, Rock away will be accepting Bulk Mail on any weekday and at any time, the Far Rockaway postmaster announced recently. More...

College Of New Rochelle Programs Coming To Rockaway

Rockaway Development and Revitalization Corporation (RDRC) has announced that the School of New Resources of the College of New Rochelle will begin offering college level courses in the Rockaway peninsula starting this month. More...

Junior Rangers Learn

On Saturday, January 10 at 11 a.m., the National Park Service will sponsor a children More...

SJEH Hosts Bereavement Workshop

The Child & Adolescent Bereave ment Center of St. John More...

Rockapulco Penguins

The Rockapulco Penguins, led by founder Jim More...

Walls and Healey to Marry

Edward and Peggy Walls of Broad Chan More...

No Funds for Mosquito Abatement At Dubos Point In Arverne

Dubos Point is surrounded by new housing in this August 2003 photo. Even the garter snakes (see photo of dried carcass) are being driven out for new developments near floodable bay shoreline. More...

Seal Walks in Montauk

The Riverhead Foundation for Marine Research and Preservation is going to be conducting seal walks out of Mountain Point State Park. Participants will get to observe wild seals frolicking in the water and sunning themselves on rocks. More...

Police Need Help Identifying Homicide Victim Found In Arverne And Suffolk

Head And Body Were Found Many Miles Apart

Police need Rockaway residents to help solve what might be one of the most bizarre murder cases of the last few years. More...

MLK Jr. Exhibition at York College

The Fifth Annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. More...

Reading and Tutorial Program

The Josephine Johnson Reading and Math Tutorial Program is a ten-year old faith based tutorial program named in honor of its founder, the late Josephine Johnson, who was a devoted member of St. More...

Rebirth Of RCJC At Beach Club Dinner

The Rockaway Christian Jewish Council (RCJC) was reborn at a dinner held at the Beach Club last week. More...

Roy Reuther Seniors Celebrate New Year’s Eve

Roy Reuther senior center celebrated new years on Tuesday, December 30. The seniors were given a salmon luncheon.  The center supplied noise makers, hats, tiaras and streamers. More...

Walter Blum Blood Drive

In the 1940 More...


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