March 11, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

Icy March Storm Leaves Accidents In Its Wake

Police officers on patrol in both the 100 and 101 Precincts were kept busy on Tuesday night and Wednesday morning responding to dozens of minor accidents throughout peninsula in the wake of an icy, fast-moving storm that left little snow but lots of More...

Community

Boating Safety Course

The Brooklyn Power Squadron will begin safe boating classes in Brooklyn on Monday, March 14 at Floyd Bennett Field. The classes will be two hours of instruction for four weeks. More...

Beachcomber

A few weeks ago, The Wave did a story on gang activity at MS 198 and noted that there was a possibility that the action was moving to other peninsula schools as well. The Department of Education said that More...

BP Visits MS 53: Plans to Call For Capital Improvements

Contributing Editor Keeping a promise she had made in December, Queens Borough President Helen Marshall toured Brian Piccolo Middle School 53 on March 3. What she saw during the visit, in her words is an More...

Editorial/Opinion

A Suspension Center To Address Disruptive Kids

A little more than a year ago, The Wave ran a front page story heralding the opening of the first More...

Editorial Comment

by Robert Sarnoff

Watch your wallet, it More...

Letters

Letters

American Injustices Dear Editor, Where are the admonitions from the American pulpit that More...

Crash Zone Drives Locals Over The Edge

Ocean Pointe residents say they are fed up with a slew of recent accidents in which out-of-control autos tear through their yards and driveways, sometimes smashing into property. More...

FDNY Pipes Step Off In ‘Best Parade Ever’

The Pipe Band from the New York City Fire Department steps off on Newport Avenue last Saturday for what many are calling More...

Pheffer Says West Side’s The Stadium Place

Assemblywoman Audrey Pheffer has joined a number of other Queens elected officials in backing a new stadium for the Jets and the Olympics on the west side of Manhattan. More...

Columnists

Broad Channel Bits

Monday gave everyone a taste of the much-awaited and longed-for spring temperatures. Lately More...

From The Artists Studio

Rockaway Artists Alliance

Art and Music around Our Town: More...

From the Editor’s Desk

March 6, 1930 was seventy-five years ago this week and a few months into the More...

Sports

Garcia’s Star Shines For Dragons In Long Island

Joe McDonald Sports Columnist UNIONDALE, NY - Picture this. There are three seconds left before halftime. The score is tied and the ball is on the opposing team More...

Liberty Belles Tryouts

The Liberty Belles AAU girls More...

NYCHA Visits St. John’s Lacrosse Home Opener

The youth of the New York City Housing Authority made an enjoyable trip to St. Johns University to watch More...

Obits

Irene Boone

Seamstress

Irene Boone, a Rockaway resident since 1981, died on February 17. She was 92. More...


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