June 10, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

Samaritan Pulls Man From Burning Wreck

A Brooklyn man on his way to Rockaway pulled another driver from a burning, overturned car after seeing it lose control on Cross Bay Boulevard and slam into a fire hydrant. More...

Community

Business Spotlight

The new 20/20 Supermarket at 58-14 Beach Channel Drive, formerly Stop 1, has been newly renovated with large meat and deli departments, as well as with a new hot bread center. More...

Beachcomber

There have been some beach problems early in the summer season. A number of people who were standing on the beach watching the surfers on the Surfers Only beach were shooed away by Parks Enforcement Police. More...

Buckley’s to Kennedy’s Charity Run Raises $100K

The weather was cool with a light, on and off rain, but that didn More...

Editorial/Opinion

Don’t Politicize Another Tragic Accident

Jermaine Cohen, 16, a Brooklyn resident did not know how to swim, although one of the other young men in the water with him said that Cohen told him that he was a good swimmer. More...

Editorial Comment

by Robert Sarnoff

“send in the clones” More...

From the Editor’s Desk

Those who were not yet politically aware in June of 1972 (that probably includes every body younger than 50 years of age), are most likely wondering what all this More...

Obits

Patricia CruzDental Assistant

Patricia Cruz, a lifelong Rockaway resident, died June 2. She was 22. More...

Sex Slave In Far Rockaway Residence

Young Girl Faced Worst Nightmare

A 15-year-old runaway was allegedly held against her will, raped and sodomized in a Beach 32 Street home late last month. More...

Tribute Park Bloom Starts In June

With work at the Tribute Park site set to go full-swing in just a few days, the Department of Parks and Recreation issued its most definitive statement on the project yet. More...

Columnists

Chatting with Chapey

Rockaway Catholic Jewish Council

Dr. Geraldine M. Chapey and Ms. Renee Freeman co-chairs of the Rockaway Catholic Jewish Council also co-chaired the Brotherhood/Sisterhood Awards Breakfast on its 20th anniversary on Sunday, June 5, 2005 at St. Francis de Sales auditorium. More...

Broad Channel Bits

The lazy days of summer are almost here officially. More...

Historical Views of the Rockaways

Looking East Up Mott Avenue

In order to shoot today More...

Sports

SFDS #2 Are Champs After Two Overtime Victories

St. Francis De Sales 3rd grade #2 soccer team won the Midget Division Diocesan Championship last weekend with two thrilling overtime victories. SFDS #2 outlasted defending champion and top seed St. Thomas More, 2-1, for the title on Sunday. More...

Settled In As A S.F. Giant, The Fonz Regains His Coolness

FLUSHING, NY More...

Breezy Point PAR TEE GOLF News

Never feel bad about your golf game. Just remember what Hank Aaron said, More...

Letters

Letters

Vote For Safety Before Parking Convenience Dear Editor, More...


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