May 13, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

Flasher Busted Near Far Rockaway HS

A Far Rockaway man was arrested on Tuesday and charged with public lewdness and endangering the welfare of a child when he allegedly exposed himself to students walking to Far Rockaway High School early that morning. More...

Weiner: Stop Sale Of Phony Police Badges

Federal authorities arrested a Bronx man after discovering 1,300 fake badges in his home, as well as drugs and guns. More...

Community

FRHS Class Of 1934: Pushing 90 Years Of Age

If they are still with us, the Far Rockaway High School class of 1934 would be pushing 90 years of age as the 71st anniversary of their graduation nears. The photograph was sent to The Rockaway Museum. More...

101 Executive Officer: Streets Are Safer

Captain Woody Selover, executive officer of the 101 precinct, reported to the community at the April precinct community meeting that while the 101 has seen a rise in crime in some categories, the streets of Far Rockaway are getting safer. More...

Agrest: Serving Rockaway For 36 Years

At Right: Scott Agrest, who runs the shop with his father, Bob, shows off some of the decorative doors at the store. More...

Letters

Time For Automotive Musical Chairs Once Again

It is fair to say that many west end residents view the coming of May 15 with a certain dread. More...

Editorial Comment

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Letters

Deadline

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Nailed Twice: Hammered Man, Hit Woman

A violent Rockaway man was arrested twice last week when a disagreement over money turned ugly, police said. More...

It’s Little League Time Once Again

One of the first signs of spring is not the appearance of a robin, but of little leaguers digging out their bats and gloves. More...

Dark Water No Problem, City Says

Pat Andre, who lives on Beach 101 Street, says that she was filling pails from the tap to water the flowers nearby the beach when she noticed that the water was a dark brown color. More...

Columnists

From The Artists Studio

How To Become A Curator

Gallery Happenings: A Mixable Feast, Geoff Rawling More...

From the Editor’s Desk

I have been saying for a long time now that the public school system is far worse under the mayor than it ever was under the disgraced school board system. More...

Broad Channel Bits

The warm sunshine and puffy clouds are enjoyed by many people as they stroll around, go to the store, walk the dog or visit others. It More...

Sports

RSA Assists St. Mary’s In Time of Need

A tremendous thank you goes out to the Sam and Mark Goldfarb of Wavecrest Gar-dens. More...

St. John Summer Baseball League Seeks Players

St. John Baptist Church is looking for boys and girls from the ages of 4-14 to join a new baseball league this summer. There will be three co-ed leagues to join: T-ball for ages 4-6, Midgets from ages 7-10 and juniors from ages 11-14. More...

Flippers Advance In First Round Upset

Stella Maris needed a spark badly. Down 1-0 to top seeded Bishop Kearney in the first round of the Brooklyn/Queens playoffs, they were in danger of being eliminated. More...

Obits

Monsignor William Burke Founded

St. Camillus Marching Band

Monsignor William Burke, a priest for more than 60 years, died May 7. He was 87. More...


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