October 22, 2004 RSS feed / Front Page

Multi-Agency Task Force Inspects 123-11 RBB

In the wake of a More...

Smith Urges Breast Cancer Awareness

Noting that October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, State Senator Malcolm A. Smith (D-Queens) today said women with low-incomes can still take steps to ensure they remain healthy. More...

Community

Arverne-By-The-Sea Helps Revitalize Far Rockaway

A new sign, located in the triangle between Mott Avenue and Central Avenue, welcomes people to the Rockaways and the Far Rockaway Business District. More...

Broad Channel Bits

Halloween is fast approaching! It is always a lot of fun to see the children dressed in their costumes with masks as they make their rounds in the neighborhood, plastic pumpkins or shopping bags in hand for what used to be called More...

BCHS Hosts Homecoming For Large Crowds

Principal David Morris speaks to the large crowd. More...

Editorial/Opinion

The Vote Is A Precious Thing To Waste

November 2 is Election Day. It is not too much to say that the day is one of the most important on the national calendar. More...

Editorial Comment

Knockout Win More...

Letters

Letters

The School System Is Failing Children

Dear Editor, I write this letter on behalf of my 5-year-old twin sons. More...

Cops Spot Wanted Man, Stolen Gun

Four men were arrested last Thursday night after police, who recognized one as a wanted man, approached them on Beach 117 Street and noticed a handgun in the car they had just exited. More...

Families Support AA587 Memorial

The Mayor More...

Firefighters Move To New House, EMS To Move Next

Firefighters from Engine 265/Ladder 121 have packed up all of their gear and goods at the old firehouse on Beach 57 Street and moved to a new, $9.2 million dollar facility on Beach 49 Street. More...

Weiner – Cronin Debate Off The Calendar

A planned October 26 local debate between Congressman Anthony Weiner and his opponent, local resident Jerry Cronin, has been called off by Cronin, who told The Wave that he was too busy due to his involvement with both the funeral of a close relative More...

Columnists

From the Editor’s Desk

At the worst, politicians lie. At the best, they More...

From The Artists Studio

From an Internet Caf More...

Dorothy Dunne

News Events/Travel Editor/Host More...

Sports

Dolphins Sink To The Bottom On Senior Day

After a 1-3 start to the season and starting the game in last place with the least amount of points scored in the standings, Beach Channel (1-4, 10th place) welcomed their Varsity Football Team at Homecoming this past Saturday against the Long Island More...

Seahorses Suffer Big Loss To City Champions Tottenville

Far Rockaway has written a movie script that has applied to their four losses this year. In Tottenville More...

Daguizan Steps Into The Professional Ring

For Max Daguizan, the opportunity to become a champion begins on October 30 when he makes first professional fight in Middletown, N.Y. The road up there has been a long and laborious journey that Daguizan hopes will be fulfilled by boxing gold. More...

Obits

Obituaries

Stewart Barnes Chef Stewart Barnes, a lifelong Redfern Houses resident, died on October 8. He was 53. Barnes, a chef, was born in Queens on January 18, 1951. He was preceded in death by Lena. He is survived by his wife, Marie Barnes; mother in law Marie;

Haywood Lee Boose, who had recently moved to Rockaway, died on October 6. He was 60. More...


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