November 26, 2004 RSS feed / Front Page

Arrest In Beach 89 Street Shooting

Police arrested two teenagers last week in connection with the recent shooting of another teen, who was struck in the back as he stood outside a house party on Beach 89 Street. More...

Bloods Member Sentenced To 45 Years

A wild gunman who opened fire on two brothers and their mother in Edgemere last year was sentenced on Monday to 45 years in prison for attempted murder, according to the Queens District Attorney. More...

Community

Business Spotlight

Mocean Heads For Second Anniversary More...

Beachcomber

We enjoyed Russo More...

Broad Channel Bits

The Friday after Thanksgiving is the biggest shopping day of the year. For those who brave the crowds, there are plenty of bargains to be had out there. More...

Sports

2004-2005 Rockaway College Basketball Preview

Midnight Madness has taken place, the practices are in full gear and the first games are about to be played. More...

Hard Work Pays Off For Alvarez

The small but vocal contingent from Rockaway wasn More...

Beach Channel 2004-2005 Basketball Preview

Beach Channel Dolphins coach Jim Malone was a man in motion during a scrimmage against New Dorp last Saturday. Imploring, pleading, applauding and scolding, Malone tried to will his team to play a cohesive and consistent style of basketball. More...

Girl, 12, Killed By Van: Family Remembers ‘A Beautiful Spirit’

One minute she was full of life. Playing with a friend on Monday afternoon, she was skipping and running like she did on her school More...

The Rockaway Indians Prep For Thanksgiving

This Rockaway Indian tribe readies itself for the Thanksgiving holiday by practicing its rain dance in the school yard of PS 114 in Belle Harbor. In reality, they are Mrs. Monahan More...

Bank Robbery, Suspected Bomb Closes Shopping Area

A large portion of the Far Rockaway shopping area was closed down for several hours on Tuesday afternoon when an attempted bank robbery went bad. Detective Noel Waters, a spokesperson for the NYPD, told The Wave that a man in his 40 More...

Columnists

Erin On The Rox

The 2nd annual Halloween parade led by the Gladiolas was on October 30. The parade ended at the Church Hall where the People More...

Drawing On Science

by Stephen Yaeger There are a number of wildlife critters living in our area. Besides birds we have possums, mice, rats, squirrels, and pussycats. The thing with street cats, however, is a bit different from the others. More...

Chatting with Chapey

by Dr. Geraldine M. Chapey, Democratic District Leader More...

Editorial/Opinion

Don’t Throw Out History With Educational Reform

Campus Magnet High School has a nice ring to it. It makes the school sound like a preppy rambling campus that brings all sorts of people together. It has not graduated too many students, however, because it did not exist until eight years ago. More...

Editorial Comment

“What’s Next?” More...

Letters

Letters

Worried About God

Dear Editor; Last weeks comment in More...

Obits

Obituaries

Gerald N. Bergeron Vietnam Veteran Gerald N. Bergeron, a Rockaway resident for nearly 15 years, died on November 19. More...


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