March 12, 2004 RSS feed / Community

Dos and Don’ts of New Recycling Program

Beginning April 1, the following guidelines will be in place for recycling in New York City:
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Fundraiser For Tribute Park Set for March 13

The Chamber of commerce of the Rock aways and The Rockaway Part ner ship will host a fundraiser in remembrance of those Rockaway residents who died on September 11m 2001. More...

Gerbauer and Torres to Marry

Christerfer Gerbauer of Far Rockaway and Maritza Torres of Brooklyn have announced that they plan to marry in early 2005. Christerfer is the son of Gail and Roger Gerbauer and grandson of Kathleen Casey of Rockaway Park. More...

O’Connor Wins Award

Bill O More...

‘Murder At The Beach Club’ Draws Large Crowd

There was a murder at the Beach Club last Friday night, as a hundred and fifty people laughed the night away. More...

Righteous Persons Sabbath

Temple Beth-El of Rockaway Park will be honoring Dr. Geraldine M. Chapey and Jack King on Saturday, March 20, at its main temple located at 121-16 Rockaway Beach Boulevard at 10:00 a.m. More...

Bishop Kearney

High School Reunion
Bishop Kearney High School is holding an in-school reunion on Saturday, April 3.

The class of 1979 is holding their reunion at noon in the library be ginning with a champagne reception. The classes of 1969, 1974, 1984, 1994 and 1999 are holding their reunion at 3 p.m. More...

Everybody Is Irish On St. Pat’s Day

The Queens St. Patrick More...

Far Rockaway Woman Charged With Manslaughter

Queens District Attorney Richard A. More...

PRYSE Reports on Progress in Rockaways

PRYSE (Project for Rock away Youth in Safety and Education) celebrated the conclusion of its three-year, $8.4 million grant with a report to the community on February 27 at the Penin sula Health Center. More...

Parenting at M.S. 53

On Monday, January 26, M.S. 53 More...

Beach Channel Band Leads Disney Parade

The Beach Channel High School Band marched in the "Share a Dream Come True Parade" in Disney World, Florida on February 17, 2004. More...

M.S. 53 Drug Awareness Luncheon

M.S. 53 in Far Rockaway is inviting the community to a drug awareness workshop and luncheon to be held on Thursday, March 18 beginning at 10 a.m. The school is located at 10-45 Nameoke Street. More...

P.S. 105 Celebrates Dr. Seuss

P.S. 105 celebrated Read Across America Day on March 2, by participating in the Seussentennial: the 100th anniversary of Dr. Seuss More...

MS 180 Students Visit NBC-TV

A group of sixth, seventh and eighth grade students at MS 180 visited NBC Studios at Rockefeller Plaza for a school trip. More...

Sanders Relocating Office

City Councilman James Sanders is relocating his Rockaway office to 21-23 Birdsall Avenue in Far Rockaway. Residents, community leaders and merchants are invited to attend the open house on Saturday, March 13, between 12 p.m. More...

Queens County Conservative News

The general public is invited to attend the next meeting of the Queens County Conservative Party, which will be held on Thursday, March 18 at 8 p.m. at the American Legion Continental Post 1424, located at 107-15 Metropolitan Avenue in Forest Hills. More...

Kelly Honors FRHS Student Nelson

Raymond Kelly, Police Commissioner hosted the New York Police Department More...

Black History Month at Far Rock High School

Far Rockaway High School rounded out their African American History Month Celebration with a tribute of color. More...

Grand Jury Report Hopes To Protect Incapacitated

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Four Illegal Dumpers Caught in Rockaway

The Department of Sanitation has seized and impounded four vehicles that were involved in incidents of illegal dumping during the month of Feb ruary in the Rockaways. More...

Rosen Does it Again

Shortly after being notified of his successful entry in the Winter Achiev ers contest, Zachary Rosen was again honored when he was selected a winner in an essay contest run by Dodger Theatricals, from more than 800 applicants. More...

Jack Francis

Comes Home

It appears that little Jack Francis Kenny could not wait to get to Rock away. More...

McCarthy Named to Dean’s List

Allison McCarthy has been named to the Susquehanna University Dean More...

Narcs Nab Two In Coke Deal At Blackwater

Police arrested two Rockaway men, one of them a Brooklyn schoolteacher, for allegedly possessing marijuana and selling cocaine to an undercover narcotics officer at a local bar after last weekend More...

PHC Holds Successful Blood Drive

With blood in short supply, due to the Euro-blood no longer being available, more than 95 people participated in Peninsula Hospital Center More...

Rochester Names Boyce to Dean’s List

Samuel Boyce, a sophomore majoring in biomedical engineering at the University of Rochester, has been named to the Dean More...

PHC Holds Successful Blood Drive

With blood in short supply, due to the Euro-blood no longer being available, more than 95 people participated in Peninsula Hospital Center More...

Pheffer Features On Radio

Assemblywoman Audrey Pheffer was recently interviewed by Nach um Segal for his radio show on 91.1 FM in New York. More...

Rockaway Belle

The Rockaway Belle, recently commissioned by TBS Shipping Services owner Joe Royce, is pictured here loading rice in Thailand and bound for West Africa. More...

USPS Honors Black History At BCHS

On Friday Feb ruary 27, the United States Postal Ser vice (USPS) and Postmaster George P. Buonocore hosted the Black History Month event unveiling the newest stamp in the Black history collection, the Paul Robeson Stamp. More...

Congressman Meeks Visits Beach Channel

Congressman Gregory Meeks is pictured above at a recent visit to Beach Channel High School. Congressman Meeks participated in a special ceremony with Beach Channel High School More...

M.S. 53 holds Math-A-Thon

Middle School 53 in Far Rock away is presently competing in the St. Jude More...

Search On For Pricey Devices Lost In Bay

The Army Corps is hoping that some eagle-eyed locals can help them recover two expensive monitoring devices that were rec ently ripped by ice from test sites in Jamaica Bay. More...

Summer Lifeguard Classes Offered

State Senator Malcolm A. More...

Weiner: Stop Posting Of PD Names On Internet

In response to reports about a web site that reveals personal data about New York City police officers, including the home addresses of undercover officers, Congressman Anthony Weiner, a member of the House Judiciary Committee, has an noun ced plans More...


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