March 18, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

Anti-Semitic Graffiti Mars Yeshiva, Ambulance

Police are investigating two anti-Semitic attacks last weekend against Yeshiva Mercaz Hatorah of Belle Harbor. A Hatzoloh ambulance parked on the yeshiva More...

Weiner: Republicans Protect Saudis

On Wednesday, March 9, the House Of Representatives GOP [Republican] leadership defeated a measure that would have prohibited aid to the government of Saudi Arabia. More...

Community

Airbus A310 Loses Part Of Rudder Over Caribbean

To Some, Reminiscent Of AA 587 Crash

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Water Main Break Floods Redfern, LIRR

A 20-inch water main break at Brunswick Avenue and Nameoke Street flooded Far Rockaway streets early on Tuesday morning, impacting some homes and businesses as well as the Far Rockaway Station of the Long Island Railroad for several hours. More...

Break-In At ABTS

A would-be thief broke into the sales model at the Arverne By the Sea development last Saturday and tried More...

Sports

Sports

St. Anthony is a small Catholic high school in Jersey City. Divorced from its namesake parish and receiving no funding from the Diocese of Newark, the school operates on the will of two Felician nuns and basketball coach Bob Hurley. More...

Rockaway Beach Volleyball League Prepares For 2005

Preparations for the Summer 2005 Rockaway Beach Volleyball League are underway. Patty Moule will again lead her troops into battle and try to top last year More...

St. Camillus Volleyball Rookies Return Home In Good Spirits

Finally, the girls were able to enjoy More...

Letters

A Minute Is Not Worth A Life Dear Editor,

As a resident of State Road in Roxbury, I see many things that upset me, More...

Obits

Obituaries

Frances M. ConwaySecretary

Frances M. Conway, a Rockaway resident for 75 years, died on March 14. More...

Ocean Ceremony For Surfer Killed By Third Rail

Members of the surfing community held a paddle-out memorial ceremony last Saturday afternoon for Patrick Elasik, a magazine publisher, surfer and Rockaway homeowner who was electrocuted last week on the subway tracks in Brooklyn. More...

Police: Drug Dealer Tried To Buy Us

An Arverne man got something he didn More...

Far Rockaway High School Memories

George Russo is pictured in this 1970 photo in Far Rockaway High School gym. Spotting Russo are Coach Mike Brady (left) and football player Bill Thompson (right). Russo is lifting 225 lbs at a body weight of 135 lbs. More...

P.S. 225 Class Recreates The Gates

Students in Ms. Schleifman More...

Columnists

Broad Channel Bits

Spring has almost sprung, but we have gotten a lot of mixed signals from Mother Nature of late More...

Dorothy Dunne

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Drawing On Science

by Stephen Yaeger Have you ever wondered where insects and other guys go during the winter months? With all this snow on the ground where do crickets, spiders, earthworms, and bees spend the winter? Many of these More...

Editorial/Opinion

Often, Separation Breeds Hate And Bias Crimes

While nobody was physically harmed by the multiple bias crime that occurred on Beach 129 Street last weekend, it was a horrendous crime in any case, the type of event that could rend the community into small pieces. More...

Editorial Comment

by Robert Sarnoff

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