November 5, 2004 RSS feed / Front Page

Warrant Leads To Arrest of Kidnap Dad

An arrest warrant issued by a Family Court Judge led to the arrest of a former Rockaway resident who allegedly kidnapped his two young daughters last week. Their mother has had legal custody of the two girls for more than a year. More...

NTSB Report To Have Little Impact On AA 587 Settlement Talks

At a hearing in Washington, D.C. last week, the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) found that the crash of American Airlines Flight 587 into Belle Harbor streets on November 12, 2001 was caused by First Officer Sten Molin, who More...

Community

The Vagaries Of Being A Rockaway Republican:

Stuart Mirsky, The Wave More...

Beachcomber

Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani made a real gaffe two weeks ago during a campaign speech for President George Bush. More...

Broad Channel Bits

It seems as if the trees dressed themselves in brilliantly-colored leaves overnight and are now dropping them rapidly. A lot of folks are sweeping, raking and picking up brown, curled-up leaves from their yards and sidewalks. More...

Sports

Giants, Jets Show Playoff Aspirations In Week Eight Victories

By Michael Avallone Sports Columnist After the first NFL weekend where both New York teams saw a W hung next to their names, the Jets and Giants came back strong in week 8. More...

Sorrentino Flag Football Playoffs

On Saturday, October 30th, the Sorrentino Recreation Center/PAL/Parks and Recreation/NFL Flag Football progam had another day of exciting games. In the 8-11 age division the consolation game, the Bengals defeated the Browns 22-8. More...

Far Rock’s Path To Playoff Goes Through BCHS

Far Rockaway cruised to their second straight win easily handling Long Island City 34-14 despite a lackluster first quarter. The win improves Far Rock at 3-4 and sets up a showdown with Beach Channel at homecoming game at Far Rock. More...

Obits

Obituaries

Rev. Msgr. Kieran J. Martin St. Virgilius Pastor

Reverend Monsignor Kieran J. Martin, P.E., D. Min., who was an administrator and former pastor at St. Virgilius Roman Catholic Church in Broad Channel, died on October 30. He was 81. More...

Comatose Patient’s Death Ruled A Homicide

The man who authorities say was murdered at a local hospital when his ventilator was intentionally switched off in August could have been killed by anyone from a visitor to a flower delivery guy, a hospital spokesperson told The Wave. More...

Local Elections Bring Back Incumbents

Although the presidential election generated most of the excitement in this election year, there were a number of local elections in which incumbents also returned to office in each case. More...

Fright Night A Hit Throughout Rockaway

With some of the most beautiful Halloween weather in memory, children and the young at heart celebrated the day by trick or treating throughout the peninsula. More...

Columnists

Dorothy Dunne

News Events/Travel Editor/Host More...

From The Artists Studio

Rockaway Artists Alliance

Gallery Events: More...

From the Editor’s Desk

I hate Spyware. I think that putting a Spyware program on my computer is akin to coming into my house, tying me to a chair and holding me for ransom. More...

Editorial/Opinion

In Record Numbers, The People Have Spoken

Although doubt about the outcome of the presidential election lasted until late on Wednesday morning, there is little doubt that the battle between George W. More...

Letters

Editorial Comment

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Letters

PS 225 Battle Continues

Dear Editor: After reading the letter from Jessica Lopez about the school system failing our children (10/22) and the follow up response by the PS 225 Parents Association (10/29), I was not surprised to see that this battle is still going on years More...


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