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Sweeping Changes Coming For Rockaway Schools

The most sweeping changes to hit Rockaway More...

‘Hitler For President’ Painted On SFP Bulletin Board

Police are looking for the person or persons who were involved with writing anti-Semitic graffiti in a laundry

room at 8800 Shore Front Parkway last Monday. More...

Hazmat Incident Hits Bayswater LIPA Plant

Leaking oil striking a hot pipe caused an all-out response by police and firefighters on Tuesday to the Long Island Power Authority (LIPA) generating plant in Bayswater. More...

Community

101 Precinct Meeting Features Updates on Summer, Domestic Violence

Contributing Editor

Members of the 101 Precinct updated community representatives on several issues at the 101st Community Council Meeting on February 18. Ex ec utive Officer Alex Lalha, Domestic Violence Officer Sgt. More...

Adopt A Seal For St. Pat's

Do you want to make this St. Patrick More...

Broad Channel Volies Celebrate 99th Year With Gala Installation Dinner

Congressman Anthony Weiner promised to get federal funds to help the volies build their new firehouse on Cross Bay Boulevard. More...

Sports

Dolphins Eliminated From PSAL Playoffs

Coming off of a 76-21 drubbing of Renaissance on February 24, the Dolphins should have been flying high in their third round matchup against Martin Van Buren in the PSAL B Playoffs. More...

Fans See Exciting Games On St. Francis de Sales Court

Last Friday night, the crowd at St. Francis de Sales saw an excellent set of basketball games between South Windsor, Connecticut and St. Francis de Sales. It was a competitive battle between the 6th, 7th and 8th grade CYO teams from these schools. More...

St. Francis Fourth Grade Wins Championship

St. Francis de Sales fourth grade girls More...

Plastic-Wrapped Body Discovered

The body of a 46-year-old Rock away man, wrapped in a plastic shower curtain and dumped in his bathtub, was found with a stab wound to his abdomen in his Shore Front Parkway apartment late Wednesday afternoon. More...

Rockaway St. Pat’s Parade Saturday

A record number of marching units are set to step off on Sat ur day, march 6, at 1 p.m. for the 29th annual Queens County St. Patrick More...

NTSB Sets Final AA 587 Report For Coming Summer

Although the American Airlines Airbus A300-600 known as AA Flight 587 crashed in Belle Harbor nearly 28 months ago, controversy about the crash and its aftermath continue unabated. More...

Report: City Holds Up Money For New Buses

Mayor Mike Bloomberg and other city officials are holding up more than $70 million in federal money to purchase new buses for the seven private bus lines that receive city subsidies, according to published reports. More...

Columnists

Beachcomber

There are a few stories running around the community to explain why the educational facility that was scheduled to open last week at 115-07 Rockaway Beach Boule vard did not open, and probably will not open. More...

Broad Channel Bits

Farewell to February and greetings to the month of March. It was nice having a leap year bonus day, but some folks might want to check the date on their wrist watches-some date-displaying watches do not make note of leap year More...

Chatting with Chapey

Council Speaker Honors Parade Leaders

On Saturday, February 21, the Queens County St. Patrick More...


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