August 27, 2004 RSS feed / Front Page

Nursing Home Patient Is ‘Safe and Sound’

The 75-year-old man, who went AWOL from a Far Rockaway nursing home on August 10, turned himself in at another city hospital last Thursday and is now back in Rockaway, safe and sound. More...

Community

Art Of Cartooning At Seaside Library

The Queens Borough Public Library will present a two-session workshop in September at its Seaside Branch on The Art of Cartooning with Robert Sarnoff, the editorial cartoonist for the city More...

Addabbo FHC Celebrates National Health Center Week

The Joseph P. Addabbo Family Health Center joined with community health centers across the nation to celebrate National Community Health Center Week during the week of August 8 through August 13. More...

Beachcomber

We have been told by a source close to the Rockaway Park Homeowners Association, who was not present at the meeting, that the first vote of its Board of Directors was to allow the controversial dunes to stay in place. More...

Editorial/Opinion

Weiner Whips Up A New Ferry Tale

Congressman Anthony Weiner stood at Riis Landing last week and spun a Ferry Tale that would have made the Brothers Grimm proud. More...

Editorial Comment

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Letters

Letters

All letters submitted to The Wave, including those sent via e-mail, must contain names, addresses and phone numbers. All letters are subject to editing and publication at the discretion of the editors. More...

Obits

Eugene Daniel Powers Local Publisher Eugene Daniel Powers, an accomplished businessman and attorney who founded a newspaper to promote the sale of land in Broad Channel to its residents, died on August 14. He was 92. More...

Local Doc Suspended, Put On Probation

A local doctor who recently agreed to a two-month suspension of his license and probation in the midst of medical misconduct charges claims the allegations were part of a government plan to hide the top-secret work he is doing. More...

Skate Park Set To Open August 31

Skateboarders, who could not resist taking a ride, used the park this week. More...

Pair Busted For Coke On Beach 116

Two men were arrested on Beach 116 Street and Rockaway Beach Boulevard last week when undercover officers allegedly saw them make a cash-for-cocaine exchange on the busy street corner in broad daylight. More...

Columnists

Broad Channel Bits

The carnival was in town for a few days, bringing with it a lot of fun and games! It moved on, leaving town this past Sunday and the area where it was now looks a bit lonely. It More...

From The Artists Studio

Rockaway Artists Alliance Botanical Whimsy And More

Two fast reminders: 1. This is the final weekend to see More...

From the Editor’s Desk

There are six secondary schools in Rockaway More...

Sports

Seahorses Want to Finish Business In Playoffs

Unfinished Business. That is the motto that new head coach Anthony Miele has implemented for his Far Rockaway Varsity Football team this year. More...

Cyclones’ Brinkley Brings Tools For All Around Game

Dante Brinkley has been regarded as the best all around player by his manager Tony Tijerina, hitting coach Donovan Mitchell and a few of his teammates. More...

Breezy Point Par Tee Golf News

Congratulations to Pam Armour! She was our top scorer on August 19th with a 61 and a birdie on #9 and a chip-in birdie on #2. More...


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