May 28, 2004 RSS feed / Front Page

SNAP Urges Victims of Ferraro To Speak

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Far Rockaway Man A Serial Rapist: DA

A local man, who allegedly raped a pregnant teenager at knifepoint inside her Far Rockaway apartment, is a "serial rapist" who also attacked young women in the Bronx and Brooklyn, the Queens district attorney charged last week. More...

Community

101 Precinct Explorers Clean Graffiti In South Queens

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Explorers from the 101 Precinct recently joined other Explorer groups from South Queens at a Graffiti Block party that was held at Sutphin Playground. More...

Mayor Officially Opens Arverne By The Sea

Those who said that nothing good would ever come of the Arverne Urban Renewal Area and that even if something were built, nobody would live there were proven wrong last Tuesday, when the first 27 new homes in the Arverne By The Sea project officially More...

NY/NJ Baykeeper Launches Free Pumpout Boat

Doing the right thing by the environment just got easier for many recreational boaters on Jamaica Bay as a brand new sewage pumpout boat, which provides the service free of charge, was launched last week. More...

Editorial/Opinion

A Banner Day For Rockaway

There were many in the community that said that nothing would ever be built in the Arverne Urban Renewal Area, which has lain fallow for more than forty years. More...

Editorial Comment by Robert Sarnoff

“Tour D’ Iraq” More...

Memorial Day Parades Sunday, Monday

There will be two Memorial Day Parades this year, with the Rockaway parade stepping off on Monday at 11 a.m. and the Broad Channel Parade beginning on Sunday at 1 p.m. More...

Split Decision In Baxter-Sirota Battle

A jury in Queens Supreme Court found local attorney Howard Sirota guilty of harassment on Friday of last week, bringing to an end the criminal phase of the bizarre case that began in September of 2001 with an exchange of letters to the editor in the More...

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Rockaway enjoyed its first good weekend beach day last weekend, with locals and visitors alike enjoying the beaches throughout the peninsula. More...

Columnists

Beachcomber

The Wave received a few calls in the past two weeks saying that large chunks of concrete are falling from the bottom of the elevated subway line around Beach 91 Street. More...

Broad Channel Bits

With all the rain we have had so far, a lot of the yards in town are growing lush, green grass and plants. Pretty flowers have turned up their little faces toward the sun. More...

Chatting With Chapey

Honored By West End Temple

I am pleased that the West End Temple at its annual dinner at the Sands in Atlantic Beach on June 12, 2004 has chosen to honor our family More...

Sports

High School Update: Crew Finishes Strong

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Rockaway Little League Celebrates Its 50th Anniversary

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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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