April 2, 2004 RSS feed / Front Page

Sealey Gets 25 To Life In Far Rockaway Shooting

The parents of 17-year-old shooting victim Tommy Johnson were relieved on Wednesday when the man convicted of killing their son was sentenced to 25 years to life in prison. More...

Community

101 Precinct Announces New Domestic Violence Liaison

The 101 Precinct in Far Rockaway is number two out of 76 precincts in crime reduction in New York City. Exe cutive Officer Alex Laera made that announcement at the precinct More...

Peninsula Hospital Nursing Open House

Peninsula Hospital Center (PHC) has announced a date for its next RN Open House. The Open House will take place on Monday, April 19th from 10:00am More...

101 Precinct Detectives Seek These Men

Detectives from the 101 Precinct Detective Squad are seeking the following men for various crimes within the confines of the precinct area. Pictured, two different views of Raymond Brandford, 24. More...

Sports

Droesch, Corrigan Fall In NCAA’s

The Eagles were flying high after winning against Ohio State to advance to the round of 16. But the Eagles and Clare Droesch faced a buzzsaw in the Minnesota Golden Gophers and lost 76-63 last Sunday. More...

Rockaway High School Sports Update

It was a cold and dreary day at Beach Channel for the second softball game of the season. The Dolphins finally took the field against August Martin after winning a forfeit game against Springfield Gardens last week. More...

Fisheads Begin Season With Tough Test

This week marks the official opening of the Rockaway Rugby Club More...

Cops Seize Coke ‘Stockpile,’ Nab Three Dealers

Police busted three alleged drug dealers and netted 11.5 kilos of cocaine with a street value of more than $1.5 million in Far Rockaway last week. More...

Two Arrested For Gun At BCHS

Two students were arrested for possessing a loaded handgun at Beach Channel High School on Wednesday morning, police said. More...

Rockaway Beach Civic Kayos Duke

The Rockaway Beach Civic Asso ciation, under fire from many factions in the community for voting to name a local street for a surfing icon rather than for a fallen local firefighter, issued the following press release through its president, Dolores O More...

‘Time For Science And Safety To Override Economics’

Pilots Say Airbus Knew of Unsafe Control System Since 1997

Bad economics has driven out good science and common sense in the airline industry, a fact that helped to cause the disastrous crash of American Airlines Flight 587 into Belle Harbor in November of 2001, the Allied Pilots Association, the union repre More...

Columnists

Beachcomber

We understand that The Wave was not mentioned kindly at the Rockaway Park Homeowners and Residents meeting last week because of our stand on the new no parking rules on tap for the area. More...

Broad Channel Bits

It is a special time of the year in this little corner of the world-a time when the earth starts to look alive again. Ahh Spring! It is (hopefully) when the colors in nature lose their grayness and start to deepen and be come bright once again. More...

Chatting With Chapey

Trinity Services Luncheon At Russo

It is with great pride that Jack King and I received the Righteous Persons Award on Saturday, March 20, at Temple Beth El from Rabbi Allan Blaine. More...

Editorial/Opinion

Bayfront Is The Answer For AA 587 Memorial

The families of those who died when American Airlines Flight 587 crashed into Belle Harbor more than two years ago have asked the city for a triangle of land along the bayfront from Beach 126 Street to Beach 129 Street for a memorial rivaling the mem More...

Editorial Comment

Surfing the law ...Depending upon what your definition of More...


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