July 1, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

Made Homeless By Falling Crane

Alicia Adams and her husband, Peter, are homeless this week, something they never would have foreseen until last Friday, when a construction crane fell on their residence. More...

Community

‘Free Lunch’ Winner Visits Rotary

The Rotary Club of the Rockaway More...

D.I. Piekarski Goes To Richmond Hill Pct.

Paul H. Piekarski, who built a strong rapport with the community and earned a rare promotion to deputy inspector during his tenure as commanding officer of the 100 Precinct, took command the 102 Precinct in Richmond Hill this week. More...

City Continues To Pay In Blood Pathogens Case

A follow-up inspection of PS 233, the special education unit at Beach Channel High School on April 12, revealed that the school has still not abated the existing problem of the school More...

Editorial/Opinion

Editorial Comment

by Robert Sarnoff

“Take two and call me in the morning.” More...

Letters

Letters

Simon Got It Done To The Editor, I just wanted to express my gratitude to Rockaway More...

Obits

Patrick Kenny Bus Operator

Patrick Kenny, a Rockaway resident for more than 25 years, died June 28. More...

Massive Crowds Expected Next Weekend

Several major events are slated to take place in Rockaway at the end of next week, and a combination of good weather and strong word-of-mouth could bring tens of thousands of visitors to the western end of the peninsula. More...

Wave Office Closed Monday

The Wave Office will be closed on Monday, July 4 to celebrate Independence Day. Deadlines for this week More...

Washed Up Shark Bit The Dust

A dead Blue shark More...

Columnists

From The Artists Studio

Rockaway Artists Alliance Summer Treats And An Amazing Halloween

Gallery & Theater Happenings @ Fort Tilden: In and Around: an exhibition of 3-D works is on view in sTudio 7 Gallery, RoCA@Fort Tilden, through July 10. More...

Broad Channel Bits

Book Discussions, EZ-Pass And UCO News Highlight Week

The holiday weekend has arrived! More...

From the Editor’s Desk

It seems that private property is no longer private. The new rule is, if the government wants the land you bought and paid for, you More...

Sports

Rain Holds Up To Complete Beach Volleyball Week 5

Last week, at the end of the rainbow we found Cubby, Mack, Kerry and Colleen singing and dancing to the music in Rogers very late. Did you guys make it to work? Inquiring minds want to know. This evening was another one of those nights of More...

Sorrentino Center Begins Little League The Sorrentino Recreation Center Parks & Recreation / HealthPlus/ Police Athletic League began their little league season last Saturday at O’Donahue Park at Beach 17

th Street. The opening ceremonies will be at 9 a.m. The first game starts at 9:30 a.m. More...

NBA Drafts Featurtes Safe Piicks

from page 92 Nuggets that yielded Jarrett Jack, a solid point prospect to back up and push last year More...


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