November 19, 2004 RSS feed / Front Page

Sanders Seeks To ‘Downzone’ Bayswater, Far Rockaway

City Councilman James Sanders may soon address the complaints of many local residents that large, single-family homes are being demolished in the eastern end of the peninsula to make way for multiple dwelling units, according to a recent report. More...

Teenager Shot Outside House Party

Detectives are looking for the partygoer who fired a 9mm handgun outside of a Rockaway Beach house early Sunday morning and sent a teenage reveler to the hospital with a bullet wound to his back. More...

Community

Boyz II Men At Westbury, December 12

The soulful powerhouses Boyz II Men will perform with Keyshia Cole at Westbury Music Fair on Sunday, December 12 at 7 p.m. in the half round. Tickets are available at Westbury Music Fair More...

Blum Urges Jamaica Bay Sediment Check

Bernie Blum thinks that there is a rather simple solution to the mosquito problem at Dubos Point in Arverne as well as the disappearing wetlands in Jamaica Bay. More...

Beachcomber

Mayor Mike Bloomberg disrespected both Congressman Anthony Weiner and the Rockaway community at Friday More...

Obits

Obituaries

Jack A. Barile A&P Supermarket Manager Jack A. Barile, a Rockaway resident for 50 years, died on November 12. More...

MS 180 Principal Accused Of Manhandling Teacher

A female teacher has accused John Comer, the new principal of Middle School 180 in Rockaway Beach, of manhandling her when she failed to stand in the school More...

Estranged Wife Stabs Then ‘Mugs’ Hubby

Police are looking for a Hammels woman who allegedly stabbed her husband in the stomach and then broke a coffee mug over his head before fleeing their apartment last Thursday night. More...

Early Deadlines Next Week

The Wave will have early deadlines for next week More...

Witnesses Lead Police To Hit And Run Driver

The unidentified driver of the Honda Civic seen above was taken to the hospital with chest pains after a violent hit-and-run collision in Arverne last Sunday afternoon. More...

Columnists

Dorothy Dunne

News Events/Travel Editor/Host More...

From The Artists Studio

Lina Puerta is a thin woman with intelligent eyes, a bright smile and long dark hair divided into two braids, the day I interviewed her in her Fort Tilden studio. Puerta More...

From the Editor’s Desk

I am worried. Not necessarily about the reelection of George W. Bush as President, because I have lived through many presidents since I became a voter in 1960 and have lived through some real disasters. More...

Editorial/Opinion

A Consensus On A Site For An AA 587 Memorial

The announcement by Mayor Michael Bloomberg last Friday that a site for the long-awaited memorial for those who died when American Airlines Flight 587 crashed into Belle Harbor on November 12, 2001 had been finalized is good news. More...

Editorial Comment

Color me Red, White and Blue More...

Letters

Letters

Senior Transportation

Dear Editor, I am writing to tell my fellow seniors about a policy to be aware of. If you possess a Reduced-Fare transportation card and it expires, any monies remaining on that card are not transferred to the new card you receive. More...


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