April 23, 2004 RSS feed / Front Page

Rockaway Riders React To MTA Takeover Of Private Bus Lines

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The July 1 MTA takeover of the seven private subsidized bus lines including Green Bus, Jamaica Bus and Triboro Coach, (the three lines that impact the peninsula) brought varying reaction from those locals who ride the buses. More...

Community

100th Precinct Gives Burglary Prevention Tips

100th Precinct Crime Prevention Officer Brian McCabe has released a list of thing you can to do to prevent your home from being burglarized. More...

Are You An Easy Target?

The officers at the 100th Precinct have released a list of things you can do to prevent your car from being broken into or stolen. More...

Neuer Celebrates 85

A party was held at the Harbor Light on April 2 to celebrate Kathleen Neuer More...

Sports

Cyclones Opening Day Tickets Go On Sale

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Coast Looks For Players

Coast-to-Coast Athletics is recruiting New York youth baseball players (ages 11-12, 13-15, 16-18) to represent the USA in international competition in Puerto Rico and Australia. More...

Little League Looks For Travel Team Hopefuls

The Broad Channel Athletic Club is looking for boys 15 and 16 who are interested in playing baseball in the coming spring. More...

Teen Charged In Beach Channel Groin Grab

An 18-year-old Beach Channel High School student is charged with endangering the welfare of a child and third degree sexual abuse for allegedly grabbing a younger male student More...

DOT Promises Review Of No Parking Signs

The Department of Transportation will review the placement of the "No Parking Any Time" signs that were placed along Rockaway Beach Boulevard from Beach 126 Street to Beach 139 Street on the day prior to Easter. More...

Questions Remain On MTA Takeover Of Private Buses

After two years of negotiations, Mayor Michael Bloomberg announced on April 19 that the Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) would take over the seven subsidized private bus companies (including Green Bus, Jamaica Bus and Triboro Coach) that c More...

Columnists

Beachcomber

It sometimes makes us wonder if people think before they give comment to the daily papers. Robert Intelisano, an ex-city public relations flack and current Belle Harbor resident (who happens to be a friend of ours) spoke to Newsday More...

Broad Channel Bits

Buds can be seen on most of the trees though a few are still somewhat bare. And it is just a matter of time until pretty flowers poke their heads from under the soil into the air. Even the birds seem excited about the warming earth. More...

Dorothy Dunne

News Events/Travel Editor/Host

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Editorial/Opinion

Coming Of Spring Revives Hope For Future

Spring is traditionally a season connected with the revival of hope and redemption, not only in the religious world, but in the secular world as well. More...

Editorial Comment by Robert Sarnoff

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