October 8, 2004 RSS feed / Front Page

Coastal Access Suit Put On Hold Until November 29

The lawsuit brought in federal court by local activists John Baxter and Richard George against 28 defendants, mostly city state and federal officials, has been put on hold until at least November 29 at the request of both the city and the state. More...

Kearney Senior Eucharistic Ministers

Thirty-four Bishop Kearney High School seniors were commissioned as Eucharistic Ministers recently, during a Mass attended by their parents and friends, as well as clergy, religious and lay representatives from the twenty parishes they represent. More...

St. Camillus Students Of The Month

Pictured are the St. Camillus More...

Community

Broad Channel Hosts Historical Day 10/17

As part of New York State Archives Week, the Historical Society of the Broad Channel Civic Association will sponsor its 10th Annual Historical Day on Sunday, October17, at the VFW Hall on Shad Creek Road in Broad Channel from Noon until 5 p.m. More...

Beachcomber

A cookbook author and food product designer from Woodstock has contacted The Wave to find out what we know about Tuckee-Cups. Seems that his mother remembers eating the noodle cups filled with chow mein on the Rockaway boardwalk in the 1940 More...

Brownie Girl Scout Troop #4275

The new Brownie Girl Scout Troop #4275 recently got together for a group photo. Pictured, from left to right, top row: Emma Michaels, Jennifer Krol, Sophia Zweifler and Serena Menoged. More...

Sports

Sports

Whitehead Sparks Far Rock Win

Far Rockaway runningback Lawrence Whitehead got a surprise at practice last Thursday. He was anointed the starting quarterback by head coach Anthony Miele to replace injured Chris Howard, who hurt his knee in a game against Midwood. More...

Big Plays Hurt Beach Channel Defeat

Beach Channel is still searching for their first victory of the season as the Dolphins fell to August Martin 20-16 even though they led most of the game. More...

Seahorses, Dolphins Battle For First Place In Tough Division

It has been a turnaround season for soccer in the peninsula as Far Rockaway and Beach Channel are tied for first in a competitive Queens B South division. More...

Far Rockaway Man Murdered In Bayswater

A Far Rockaway man, described by police as a More...

Vagrant Jailed After Failed ‘Doughnuts’ Caper

One of the most notorious and violent vagrants in Rockaway More...

St. Camillus Class Learns About The Land

Mrs. Deacy More...

Beach Channel Elects Student Council

Beach Channel High School recently elected its Student Council for the 2004-05 school year. Pictured, back row, left to right: Dezire McPhearson, Jayniece Prichette, Chantelle Ray, Martin Perak, Tiffany Williams and Vanessa Vaz. More...

Columnists

Dorothy Dunne

News Events/Travel Editor/Host More...

From the Editor’s Desk

I have been saying since the first that the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) would find a way to blame First Officer Sten Molin for the crash of American Airlines Flight 587 into Belle Harbor on November 12, 2001 More...

From The Rockaway Postmaster’s Desk

Got An Idea For A New Stamp?

The U.S. Postal Service More...

Editorial/Opinion

Don’t Discount The Vital Question Of Water Access

It is easy to look at the lawsuit that was filed recently in federal court by two local activists and say, More...

Editorial Comment

Political storm rages on More...

Letters

Go The Distance

Dear Editor, I for one applaud the efforts of our local NYPD in cleaning up the double-parking mess on 129 Street More...

Obits

Joseph Kesselman

Advertising, Publishing Professional

Joseph Kesselman, a longtime Rockaway resident, died on September 29. He was 80. More...


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