April 29, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

Sucker Punch Breaks Man’s Jaw

A middle-aged Rockaway Park man had his jawbone shattered and was knocked out cold last Saturday evening after he was sucker punched on the corner of Beach 116 Street and Rockaway Beach Boulevard, the man told The Wave. More...

Community

Beware: Towing Of Illegal Parkers Begins In Dayton Plaza Lot

It doesn More...

Beachcomber

The battle for bragging rights on the Rockaway Peninsula will take place when Far Rockaway High School plays Beach Channel High School on the baseball diamond. On Monday, May 2 the spotlight will be on FRHS. More...

Balloon Sends Big Sparks Flying

Sparks flew in Rockaway Beach Monday afternoon when a power line broke away from a utility pole and hit the ground just steps from a bus stop and the intersection of Rockaway Beach Boulevard and Beach 102 Street. More...

Editorial/Opinion

ABTS Amenities Are Critical To Growth

The first residents of the new Arverne By The Sea complex, the vanguard for 2.300 others, are safely snuggled into their new homes clustered between Beach 73 and Beach 74 Streets. More...

Letters

Letters

Inaccurate Editorial Dear Editor, Referring to your editorial of April 15, 2005 (Fast Track To Oblivion for FRHS?, page 4) please note that More...

Obits

Sarah Colson Arverne Activist

Sarah Colson, a community activist from Arverne who battled cancer, died April 26. She was 62. More...

Race With Death: Son Drives Dying Dad To PHC

In a race with death, a fifteen-year-old Far Rockaway youth drove his dying father to the hospital after the father was shot twice in the chest by an unknown gunman. More...

Tazer For Man Naked, Disturbed

An emotionally disturbed Rockaway man caused a scene on Beach Channel Drive last weekend when he stripped off his clothes and went wild on top of a trailer, police and witnesses said. More...

Hang 10: Surfing Beach Is Official

Rockaway became the home of the city More...

Assembly Passes AA 587 Scholarship Bill

The relatives of those who died when American Airlines Flight 587 crashed into Belle Harbor on November 12, 2001 may soon receive scholarships to state and city universities under an amendment to the state More...

Columnists

Broad Channel Bits

The weather has been a bit quirky here, but areas in Pennsylvania, Ohio and Michigan had snow last week. In parts of the southern U.S. and the Midwest, temperatures dipped to freezing. In one town in Michigan, they had 10 inches of snow. More...

Chatting With Chapey

Abbracciamento and Mure Invite You to Lunch

On Friday, May 20, Trinity Services will hold its third annual luncheon at Russo More...

Chamber

Chat

The Rockaway Chamber More...

Sports

Groundhog Signals Upcoming Beach Volleyball Season

Forget Punxatawny Phil and Staten Island Chuck. Rockaway Cubby saw his shadow and announced that spring is here and it More...

Are The Yankees Scared Of Their Slow Start?

By Michael Avallone Sports Columnist Things aren More...

Cyclones 5th Season Single Game Tickets On Sale

Four years and 1,208,117 fans later, Brooklyn baseball is still at its best. This summer, Coney Island is still the place to score a Nathan More...


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