July 29, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

JFK Workfare – Looking For Security Guards

JFK International Airport will host a recruiting event on Friday, July 29. The event is being held to recruit security guards for the airport. More...

Community

Bloomberg Signs ‘Disappearing Marshes’ Bill

Last week, Mayor Michael Bloomberg signed a City Council bill that he hopes will save Jamaica Bay More...

Beachcomber

We have often written in this space of the Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA), More...

Arson Owner Decries Taxes, Punks, Graffiti

Chris Kakoulas came to America in 1990, looking for the American dream. He looked around and settled in Rockaway, where he bought a building at 112-16 Rockaway Beach Boulevard with a restaurant at ground level and apartments above. More...

Sports

Duddy’s Victory Gives Notice To Boxing World

Every fight for middleweight boxing contender John Duddy is a new experience. The Derry County, Ireland born fighter who trains at the Irish Ropes Boxing Club in Arverne took his act on the road to Chicago last Friday night. More...

2005 Cyclones Begin To Put The Pieces Together

1955 holds a special place for the former Brooklyn Dodgers. It More...

Youth Is Served As Young Fisheads Defeat Seniors

Shilelagh Law performed at the Irish Festival after the game.

The Rockaway Junior Fishead More...

Cop Bursts Kid-Pervert’s Sick Balloon

A U.S. Park Police officer last week busted a sicko who was telling young children to strip out of their bathing suits and sit on shaving cream-filled balloons inside a bathroom at Gateway National Recreation Area, court records reveal. More...

Flight 587 Mem. Exhibit Opens Next Week

The city invited the public next week to view work samples from the six finalists competing in the Flight 587 memorial process More...

Columnists

Broad Channel Bits

While we have had a number of hot days, we have been fortunate to have escaped the killing heat other places have been enduring. More...

Dorothy Dunne

News Events/Travel Editor/Host More...

From the Editor’s Desk

Nobody asked me, but More...

Editorial/Opinion

Majority Agree With Subway Searches

It is easy to tell from even an informal survey that the majority of New Yorkers who use the subway and bus system are in favor of random searches by police. More...

Editorial Comment

by Robert Sarnoff

izard Revealed More...

Letters

Letters

Before A Child Is Killed Dear Editor, Can anyone please tell me why Shorefront Parkway from Beach 95 Street west to Beach 92nd Street has a traffic light on More...

Obits

Matilda Boters, 58 Homemaker

Matilda Boters, a Rockaway resident for 30 years, died July 20. More...


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