July 15, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

Needle Exchange Van Rolls Into Town

A lifesaving needle exchange program rolled into Far Rockaway Wednesday and began distributing important weapons in the fight against HIV/ AIDS and other deadly infectious diseases. More...

Community

Broad Channel Bits

Halfway through summer and a good number of rainy or humid, overcast days More...

Beach 131 Street 15th Annual ‘Honor America’ Parade

Above: On July 4, the residents of Beach 131 Street assembled at 10:00 a.m. sharp at the November 12, 2001 plane crash site on Newport Avenue. More...

Beachcomber

Despite the promise of west end traffic jams on Sunday night, hundreds of locals joined many from around the tri-state area for the Rockaway Music And Art Council More...

Sports

Rengel Learns The Game Under Wilson

Brooklyn Cyclones More...

Scaccia Siblings Medal At Karate Nationals

John and Samantha Scaccia competed in the AAU National Karate Championships. The event was held in Lakeland, Florida from June 29 to July 1. John earned two bronze medals with one in Kobudo (weapons) and one in Kumite (fighting). More...

Kirk Returns To Lacrosse From Injured List

After several months of recovery from a skiing accident, Seamus Kirk a Scholars Academy 6th Grader returned to the Lacrosse field to play defense for Hicksville 5/6 Division. More...

Obits

Adalberto Bardales Farmer

Aldaberto Bardales, a longtime Rockaway resident, died July 1. He was 77. More...

Board 14 Fights Broad Channel Cell Tower

Community Board 14 is aggressively opposing a 30-foot cell phone tower that could soon go up in the heart of Broad Channel More...

‘Suspicious Packages’ Keeps PD, FD Hopping

In the wake of the terrorist attack on the transportation system in London, England last week, many in New York City have increased their awareness of More...

Pagart Joins The Navy

Joseph C. Pagart, son of Brenda M. Ohrabka of Gretna, Louisiana and Robert J. Pagart of Rockaway Park recently enlisted in the United States Navy under the Delayed Entry Program at Navy Recruiting District, New Orleans, La. More...

Columnists

From The Artists Studio

Rockaway Artists Alliance A Call For Quilters And Potters

ARTSPLASH 2005 deadline for submission of entries has been extended to July 29. Visit: More...

Early Summer Rush On Rockaway Bridges

Following another brutal winter and a soggy spring, summer activity has taken off at the MTA Bridges and Tunnels Rockaway crossings as daily traffic in the steamy month of June through the first week of July has averaged more than 23,000 a day on the More...

From the Editor’s Desk

Every reporter, even those who work for community weeklies such as The Wave has confidential sources. Sources who have the story but can More...

Editorial/Opinion

A Tale Of Two Rockaway Memorials

Two events that occurred more than three years ago are forever connected in the minds of many Rockaway residents. More...

Editorial Comment

by Robert Sarnoff

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Weiner: Emergency Cell Service In Subways

The MTA says that later this month it More...

Letters

Letters

Excellent Service at Peninsula Hospital Dear Editor, More...


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