February 18, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

Killer Firebugs Plead Guilty

The two 13-year-old cousins charged with setting the Ocean Village fire that killed a security guard on Christmas will face a six to 18- month sentence after pleading guilty in Queens Family Court on Tuesday, officials said. More...

Community

Congressman Weiner Calls Parochial School Summit For Saturday, February 19

With thousands of New York City students facing school closures, Representative Anthony Weiner has called an urgent summit among parents, Church, and business leaders to find a way to keep the schools open. More...

Health Disparities In Minority Neighborhoods

Senator Malcolm Smith recently announced that the New York State Department of Health is offering grants to non-profit community-based organizations to address and eradicate health disparities in racial/ethnic minority neighborhoods. More...

Business Dr Lanter: Evaluation And Treatment Spotlight

Sands Point Physical Therapy houses the practice of Dr. Robert Lanter, D.O. The office, located at 230 Beach 102 Street, offers a wide range of range of evaluation and treatment options. More...

Sports

Seahorses Shocked In First Round Loss

It was an emotional and frustrating end to the season for the Lady Seahorses as Long Island City claimed a 45-42 PSAL More...

Triglia Assumes Leadership Role For Bishop Kearney

It has been three years since head coach Cathy Crockett More...

In The House Tournament

The Sorrentino Recreational Center/ P.A.L. first annual 2005 More...

Letters

Letters

St. Virgilius Closing Dear Editor, It was with great dismay that the news of the potential demise of St. Virgilius School reached my ears. As an alumnus of St. Virgilius and a past president of the church More...

BCHS Crime Spree Blamed On Administration

By all accounts, Beach Channel High School can be a dangerous place for both students and staff. More...

High, Dry And Dangerous On Beach 114 Street

This young Harbor Seal was stranded on Beach 114 Street at the beginning of the week. Help came from the experts at the Oceanus Institute on Long Island, which removed it to safer climes. More...

Columnists

Chatting with Chapey

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

Broad Channel Bits

The heavy, gray skies that have been hanging over our heads most days of late and the cold, wet blustery days seem to reflect the feelings that are in the hearts of many, if not all, people in the Channel these days. The impending closing of St. More...

From The Artists Studio

Rockaway Artists Alliance B.B.

B.B. King is considered a pioneer who has brought blues to a world-wide audience and is largely responsible for making it an internationally celebrated musical form. More...

Editorial/Opinion

Do Not Go Easy On Acceptance Of School Closing

The Bishop has spoken and many Catholics are loath to challenge what he has to say. That he had decided to close the St. Virgilius School, a pillar of the community for the past 80 years, matters little. More...

A Memory That Will Not Be Diminished With Time

Next week marks the fourth anniversary of the death of Wave publisher Leon Locke. Though this paper has changed under the stewardship of his wife, Susan, his dedication to the truth and to community journalism live on in each issue of The Wave. More...

Editorial Comment

by Robert Sarnoff

Tale of Two Countries More...

Obits

Emmanuel Anthony- Edward Davies

NYC Housing Authority Employee

Emmanuel Anthony-Edward Davies, a Rockaway resident for 20 years, died on January 30. He was 67. More...


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