September 3, 2004 RSS feed / Front Page

Lifeguards Gone, Beaches Closed At End Of Season

The Beach season closes officially on September 6, but many Rockaway residents, trying to get in some beach time after a rainy summer, found that their local beaches were closed on the last weekend in August. More...

Community

Digging Up The Past In A BC Home

When Paul Mott decided to rip out the walls in a home at West 17 Road in Broad Channel, he never thought that he More...

Channel Renews Mardi Gras Festival After Year Off

The Broad Channel Mardi Gras will resume on Labor Day weekend after a year More...

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Editorial/Opinion

Professionals + Community = Valid Decision-Making

The decision-making process is often a contentious one, especially in Rockaway, where each community has its own agenda and where each individual thinks that he or she is the voice of the community. More...

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Letters

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MTA Signs Take Beach Dollars

Dear Editor, Given the uproar over the current ticket blitzes for using Rockaway beaches, the recently announced MTA signage for open beaches should be reviewed by the public before installation. More...

Obits

Susanne Bailey

Teacher

Susanne Bailey, a resident of Far Rockaway, died on August 31. More...

Labor Day Sanitation Changes

The Department of Sanitation has announced that in observance of Labor Day, there will be no garbage or recycling collection, or street cleaning on Monday, September 6. More...

Mighty Cops Pull Woman From Burning SUV

Police performed a daring rescue in Rockaway Beach Tuesday night after a woman became trapped in her burning vehicle, which was flipped on its side in a violent accident on Rockaway Beach Boulevard. More...

Thrills and Spills at Skate Park Opening

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Columnists

Driving Tips For Teens Heading For School

The morning chill is a brisk reminder that the summer is ending and the school year is beginning. More...

Drawing On Science

The period between late August and early September is known as Hurricane Season. Hurricanes are the most destructive meteorological forces on earth. In the Far East these storms are called More...

DOH Reminds Parents That Kids Need Immunizations

With the beginning of the school year approaching - the first day of school is Monday, September 13 - the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (DOHMH) and the Department of Education (DOE) today reminded medical providers and parents More...

Sports

Confident Dolphins Want To Win In 2004

Beach Channel football coach Victor Nazario knows what he has to do to make Beach Channel return to the playoffs. The players know the gameplan. The team knows that Nazario will always push discipline as an invaluable tool to win ballgames. More...

Summer Hoops Program Scores Two Points

The 2004 Sorrentino Recreation Center Summer Hoops For Kids was a great success. The clinic started on July 3, 2004 and ended August 19, 2004. More...

St. Camillus Registration

Registration for the St. Camillus Basketball program will take place as follows: More...


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