June 3, 2005 RSS feed / Community

Belle Harbor Yacht Club Hosts 100th Anniversary Bash

The Belle Harbor Yacht Club, celebrated its 100th Anniversary with a bash at its Beach Channel Drive facility. Pictured, from left, Kevin Barrett, Rob Schmitt, John Moran, Seamus Barnes and John McCann. More...

Far Rockaway Memorial Day Portends Lazy Summer Days

Two children enjoy a romp in the water on a hot, sunny afternoon the day before Memorial Day 2005. More...

Missing From Belle Harbor Manor

Lenore Goldberg, 76, a resident of Belle Harbor Manor on Beach 125 Street and Rockaway Beach Boulevard, has been reported missing. According to police sources, she was last seen at the manor at 10:30 a.m. on Tuesday morning. More...

David Celebrates First Birthday

David Lucas Dallas will celebrate his first birthday on June 2. David is the son of David Dallas and Lisa Ott. More...

Case Wins National Award

Ari Case of Arverne has been named a United States National Award Winner in Foreign Language. Case, who attends Transit Tech High School, was nominated for the award by his teacher, Wycliff Cowardy. Case is the son of Lorna Case of Arverne. More...

Brockington Graduates From Mohawk Valley

Michael E. Brockington of Far Rockaway will receive an A.A.S. in Human Services from Mohawk Valley Community College. Brockington is one of 900 graduates taking part in the ceremony in Utica, New York. More...

Gaafar Graduates Magna Cum Laude

Robert Gaafar of Belle Harbor graduated with Magna Cum Laude honors from Quinnipiac Univerity on Sunday May 22, 2005. Gaafar graduated with a double major in finance and business entrepreneurship. More...

Par-Tee Golf News

On our third week of play May 19th, thirty two ladies enjoyed their golf at Riis Park with cool winds blowing off the ocean. More...

Rockaway Museum Celebrates Ten Years With Fundraiser

The Rockaway Museum will celebrate its tenth anniversary on June 12 with a fundraiser at Pier 92. More...

RAA Sets ‘Seaside Songfest’ For Fort Tilden

A night of music comes to the Fort Tilden Post Theatre with voices that will touch the stars, as the Rockaway Artists Alliance and Rockaway Theatre Company present More...

Rockaway Honors Heroes In Memorial Day Parade

The American Legion Post leads off the parade. More...

Weiner: Stop Fees For Recipients Of Bad Checks

Representative Anthony Weiner recently offered a bill to prohibit banks from imposing a high fee on faultless recipients of bad checks More...

‘Shots Fired’ Calls Keep 101 Precinct Cops Hopping

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Region Five Develops Water Safety Video

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Two PS 114 Students Win Top Honors

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Transportation Committee Says The Signs Stay

Votes To Keep

Members of Community Board 14 More...

Wounded Warriors Shirts Help War Heroes

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101 Precinct Honors Its Own Heroes

By Miriam Rosenberg Contributing Editor The 101 Precinct honored some of its own when the 3rd Annual 101 Precinct Medal Day ceremony was held on May 19. The men and women of the 101, their family and friends gathered at St. Mary More...

Breezy Point Hosts Annual Memorial Day Parade

The Breezy Point Community held its annual Memorial Day Parade last Monday to honor those who have died protecting their nation More...

Dorothy Dunne

How can we call ourselves compassionate human beings if we did not take one day to recall and remember and be saddened by the fallen heroes of all our American Wars and 9/11? More...

101 Cops Roust Residents, Save Them From Fire

Two patrol officers from the 101 Precinct acted swiftly on Wednesday night to save at least a dozen people from a fire in their apartment building at 364 Beach 56 Street in Arverne. More...

Kashaun Turns Twelve

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Washington Graduates From Stony Brook

Krystal Washington graduated from Stony Brook University on May 20, 2005. Washington graduated with a Bachelor of Arts and majored in Anthropology. More...

Ortiz-Moss Graduates From Pace

Danielle Ortiz-Moss recently graduated from Pace University More...

Maguire Earns Masters At Hofstra

Kerry Maguire, graduated from Hofstra University last week with a Master More...

Maguire Joins Honor Society At Iona

Kate Maguire, a 2002 graduate of Bishop Kearney High School and Breezy Point resident, was inducted into the Phi Alpha Theta Honor Society for History majors at Iona College. More...

Local Teen Wins Talent Contest, Will Compete For International Crown

Jasmyne Johnson, of Beach 40 Street, was named Miss New York State 2005 in the state competition of the 35th Hal Jackson Talented Teens International Competition which was held on May 14. More...

Looking Backward

What The Wave Said

Years Ago... 20 Traveling by road to from the rest of Queens through Broad Channel became impossible June 2, about five o More...

Former Youth Officer Named To 101 Community Affairs

By Miriam Rosenberg Contributing Editor A familiar face has been named to a new position at the 101Precinct. Officer Dennis Lewis, former youth officer, has been appointed the new community affairs officer at the precinct. More...

No-Fault Divorce Bill Before State Legislature

State Senator Malcolm Smith has announced the he has introduced a bill that would allow New Yorkers to file for a no-fault divorce based on the grounds of irreconcilable differences. More...

Assemblywoman Pheffer: Stop Human Trafficking

Assemblywoman Audrey I. Pheffer announced has that she has sponsored legislation aimed at combating human trafficking and ending a heinous crime that has become more prevalent in our society due to its lucrative nature. More...

Rockaway Residents Graduate From Bishop Kearney HS

Eleven young women who live on the peninsula were among two hundred sixty-four Bishop Kearney High School seniors who graduated on June 4, 2005. More...

PS 114 ‘Pair Shares’ For Community Service

P.S. 114Q Belle Harbor school - P.S. 114Q Grade 4 students More...

Sanders Rescinds Support For Cop Killer

City Councilman James Sanders says that he is More...

Won’t Use EZPass? Time For Tokens

Starting Monday, June 27, the new Rockaway/ Broad Channel Resident sticker must be affixed to the left rear passenger-side window of vehicles of customers who use resident program tokens on the Cross Bay and Marine Parkway-Gil Hodges Memorial Bridges More...

St. Virgilius School Gets Reprieve For 2005-2006

St. Virgilius is among three parochial schools that made the cut this week to avoid closure at the upcoming end of the school year, the Brooklyn Diocese announced. More...


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