May 21, 2004 RSS feed / Front Page

Expert: AA 587 Pilot ‘Shocked’ By Forces On Rudder

A computer systems professional who has become an expert on the crash of American Airlines Flight 587 has told The Wave that, after studying submissions to the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) from the airlines, the plane More...

Anti-Crime Unit Recovers Lots of Green

The four Rockaway men who face drug charges after officers from the 100 Precinct Anti-Crime Unit busted them inside a backyard shed that contained 2 pounds of marijuana, cash and drug paraphernalia, are due back in court next week. More...

Community

Annual CURC Walk/Run A Community Success

Contributing Editor

Clear blue skies and warm weather made conditions perfect for the many participants in The Collaboration for Unity in the Rockaway Community More...

BCHS Student Busted For Bringing Gun To School

A 14-year-old student, who remains unidentified by police officials because of his age, was arrested on Wednesday for bringing a semiautomatic pistol and ammunition to Beach Channel High School. More...

BCHS Students Ramp Up Collage Reports

Students in the ninth grade Beach Channel High School More...

Editorial/Opinion

End of School Year: More Questions Than Answers

An era will end on June 17 at Middle School 198 in Arverne. On that evening, Community School Board 27 will hold its last meeting. More...

Editorial Comment by Robert Sarnoff

“A Kodak Moment” More...

With Summer On Way, Ticket Blitz Begins Anew

Despite promises from police officials and City Councilman Joseph Addabbo that this summer would be different from the last two summers in terms of beach and boardwalk rules enforcement, four young firefighters were given 12 criminal court tickets on More...

CANPAS Claims Group Shut Out Of CB 14 Agenda

The founders of CANPAS (Coalition Against No Parking Signs), the coalition formed to fight the new More...

Come Out With Your Paws Up

Police officers from the NYPD More...

Parks Dept. Breaks Date With Tribute Park

A last-minute phone call from the Department of Parks and Recreation nixed the Tribute Park conference that was supposed to take place in Manhattan on Wednesday More...

Columnists

Beachcomber

West End residents were startled and dismayed on Thursday afternoon when more than a thousand Beach Channel High School students went on a rampage, tearing down Rockaway Beach Boulevard and Beach 110 Street, trying to get to the beach to witness a la More...

Broad Channel Bits

Summer is right around the corner with its heat, insect and humidity problems. Thoughts of its approach certainly help to make the current weather conditions feel perfect-even when it rains! More...

Dorothy Dunne

News Events/Travel Editor/Host

Are you a woman who cares? More...

Sports

H.S. Update: Pompanio Clinches Championship

Jennifer Pompanio raised her hands in the air after striking out Mary Louis More...

McGuire Foundation Speak On Important Issues

The McGuire Foundation held their fourth annual seminar for coaches at the Theater in Madison Square Garden earlier this month. More...

From The Stands

The Angels and Cubs are hurting. As two of the best teams in baseball, it is remarkable how much talent is currently on their disabled lists. What More...


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