March 19, 2004 RSS feed / Front Page

DA: 15-Year-Old Girl’s Pimp Faces Prison

A Rosedale man was indicted this week for allegedly pimping a 15-year-old girl in Rockaway and other areas of Queens, according to District Attorney Richard A. Brown. More...

Judge Dismisses Libel Suit Against Clark, The Wave

A Manhattan State Supreme Court Justice has dismissed a lawsuit brought by the Duane Reade Corporation against local Artist Patrick Clark and The Wave. More...

Mother, Son Found Dead In Apartment

A Far Rockaway woman and her foster child were found dead inside their Wavecrest Gardens apartment Tues day morning More...

Voice of the Faithful Meeting at Stella Maris

On Wednesday, March 31 at 7:30 p.m., the Rockaway Voice of the Faithful will sponsor a general meeting for those interested in the recently released Report on the "Crisis in the Catholic Church in the United States. More...

Community

Far Rockaway Treatment Center Upgrades, Moves

The Far Rockaway Treatment Cen ter, a community-based alcohol/chemical dependency program of The Zucker Hillside Hospital, recently moved to expanded quarters at 1600 Central Avenue in Far Rockaway. More...

Kearney Faculty Honored

Eight members of Bishop Kearney High School More...

Graybeards Honor Locals At Annual Dinner

The Graybeards, a group of west end men who donate lots of time to local causes, held its annual dinner dance two weeks ago. Pictured, dance host Jack Weber makes a presentation to honoree Richie Knott. More...

Teacher Charged In Racist Graffiti Case

The NYPD Hate Crime Task Force busted a Rockaway special education teacher last week after they caught her writing racist graffiti in a restroom inside a Belle Harbor public school, authorities said. More...

Street Naming Becomes Hot Potato

What began as a simple request to name a local street in memory of a firefighter who died at the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001 has become a hot potato, juggled by the family of the slain firefighter, Com munity Board 14, the Rockaway Beach More...

Locals Stop Parks Department ‘Dune’ Dozer

Rockaway residents Jason Blank, left, Kevin Call ag han, center, Geo ffrey Blank, right, and Anth ony Biz, not shown, stood near a dune-like mound of sand, with grass growing from it, on Beach 123 Street this week to prevent a Depart ment of Parks an More...

Final Suspect Arrested in Postal Attack

The third and final suspect in the attack of a postal worker on Beach 126 Street last month has been arrested. More...

NYPD Terrorism Task Force to Visit Rockaway

Representatives of the NYPD Anti-Terrorism Task Force are the scheduled guest speakers at the next 100 Precinct Community Council meeting. More...

Columnists

Beachcomber

Fifty years ago this week, the big story on the front page of The Wave was about a zoning controversy in Belle Harbor. More...

Broad Channel Bits

This is the second column of the new year. We have had only a little harsh weather this season. Maybe we More...

Broad Channel Bits

This past week has run the gamut in its range of weather. One of our neighbors, who had her fill of winter in January, told everyone she knows to remind her not to complain about the heat this summer. More...

Sports

Locals Quest For College Championships

It was last year at this time that Rockaway was a major presence in NCAA and NIT Tournaments. And it will once again occur as Rockaway natives Clare Droesch, Kevin Fitz gerald and Ray Corrigan will compete to capture their respective championships. More...

Lacrosse Day At BCHS

For children interested in the growing sport of Lacrosse, look no further to Lacrosse Day, which will be held at Beach Channel High School on March 20 at 1 p.m. More...

PSAL Honors Gabriel At Madison Square Garden

At the PSAL "A" High School Basketball Championships, Far Rockaway More...


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