February 6, 2004 RSS feed / Front Page

Slain Teen’s Mom: Leave Out Memorial Alone

Flowers Gone After Killer Is Convicted

Charles Sealey was convicted this week of murdering Thomas Johnson, 17. He faces 25 years to life in prison. More...

Massive Drug Sweep Nets 18

Eighteen alleged drug dealers were indicted Thursday for selling crack cocaine to undercover New York City Police officers in an anti-drug enforcement initiative in Far Rockaway, officials said. More...

TA Worker Bites Woman

A New York City Transit Authority worker was arrested on Monday at the 101 Precinct after she argued with another woman and then bit her on the hand, police said. More...

Community

Anger Management For Breezy Woman

The most serious charges against the Breezy Point woman who made headlines last summer after a pair of nasty run-ins with a Hispanic girl and her mother have been dismissed in a plea announced last week. More...

Hotel Liquidation Sale

With the Washington Hotel set to close shortly, many people in Rock away will be sad to see it go. But, with a giant tag sale on February 8 and 9, you can have a piece of Rockaway history. More...

Black History Month Special Edition

Part One

This is the first of four special Black History Month articles that will run in The Wave this month. More...

Editorial/Opinion

Access To Parking More Important Than Good Looks

Once again, New York City is embarking on a plan that will negatively impact hundreds of people who rent apartments in the west end of the peninsula. More...

Editorial Comment

The Passion of Mel Gibson More...

Sweeping School Changes Coming

Community School Board 27 will vote on Wednesday, February 11, on a resolution proposing sweeping chan ges for Rockaway More...

‘No Parking’ Driven By Civic Groups

The plan to restrict parking along Rockaway Beach Boule vard from Beach 126 Street to Beach 129 Street in the wake of the construction of center malls in that area is nothing new, according to Jonathon Gaska, the Dist rict Manager for Community Board More...

Captain Maloney Fire-Fighting Back To Health

FDNY Captain John Maloney is no stranger to battles and bravery. More...

Wave, Rockaway Museum Team Up For History Project

The Wave and the Rockaway Museum have announced that they are embarking on a collaboration that will help middle school students on the Rockaway peninsula and Broad Channel to learn about the history of the area in which they live. More...

Columnists

Beachcomber

Many west end residents are up in arms over the city More...

Broad Channel Bits

One of my friends said that the Farmers More...

Chatting with Chapey by Dr. Geraldine M. Chapey

Emerald Isle Immigration Center

I am delighted to be able to take this opportunity to share with my readers some exciting details of the Emerald Isle Immigration Center More...

Sports

Rockaway Natives Excel in College Basketball

Belle Harbor native Janelle Mc Manus helped lead her team to two important league victories last week before falling to Siena 76-58 on Friday, January 30. More...

Championships Start For Rockaway Teams

The Far Rockaway Seahorses felt confident that they could stay close as they went to Bayside for the first round of the Queens Borough championships last Friday. More...

Stella Maris Flippers Learn Lessons To Win Conference Game

Stella Maris More...


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