August 5, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

SJEH Names Inniss

Camille Inniss, Admitting Coordinator has been selected to be the Employee of the Quarter at St. John More...

Hadassah To Honor Miriam Landau

On Thursday, August 11 at 11:30 a.m., Hadassah will pay tribute to Miriam Landau at Pescado in Laurence. More...

Community

Body Thought To Be Lost Swimmer Floats Up

The badly decomposed body of a man was discovered on Monday off Beach 119 Street. Lifeguards pulled the body to shore at about 3 p.m. More...

Beachcomber

The Wave has been around a long time. The first edition was printed in 1893, making this the oldest continually printing weekly in New York and the third oldest over-all, right behind the New York Times and New York Post. More...

APO Injured, Local Arrested In Barrier Accident

A female Auxiliary Police Officer (APO) was injured on Tuesday night as she manned a street barricade at the corner of Beach 116 Street and Rockaway Beach Boulevard. More...

Editorial/Opinion

Good For Motorists, But Not For Rockaway Businesses

The City Council voted 41-3 to remove the requirement that motorists activate parking meters on Sundays. That is good news for motorists, who no longer have to pop quarters into the pesky meters to park on Sunday. More...

Editorial Comment

by Robert Sarnoff

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Letters

Letters

Accident Victim Extends Thanks Dear Editor, I am writing to thank those who changed a very unfortunate accident into a tolerable one. On Friday, July 16, I fell on the boardwalk at 106 More...

Full Speed Ahead On BC Cell Tower

t is my intention now to move ahead, More...

Bus Takeover On Hold, Still ‘Month Or Two Away’

While passengers contend with buses without air conditioning, and wheelchair-bound riders wait hours for a bus with a working lift, the mayor More...

Body Thought To Be Lost Swimmer Floats Up

The badly decomposed body of a man was discovered on Monday off Beach 119 Street. Lifeguards pulled the body to shore at about 3 p.m. More...

Columnists

Broad Channel Bits

The summer is flying by! It seems that it More...

The Arts @ Fort Tilden

Free live entertainment under the stars every Thursday: More...

From the Editor’s Desk

Let More...

Sports

Jameson’s Welcome New Turtles To The Beach

In Week 11 of the Rockaway beach Volleyball League, More...

Little League Team Participates In ‘Field Of Dreams’

The Rockaway Little League Minor Team More...

Green Machine Finish First For Graybeard Title

The Green Machine fought its way to become the 2005 Graybeard Basketball Champs: clockwise from top left: Rocky Dorogoff, Jughead McCormack, Jeff Mercer, Jack Webber, Jim Moriarty, Okie O More...

Obits

Mary Annorelli Homemaker

Mary Annorelli, a resident of Rockaway for more than 70 years, died August 2. She was 96. Annorelli, a homemaker, was born in Clarksburg, West Virginia on May 20, 1909. She is survived by her son, Mario Annorelli; daughter, Connie Annese; son-in-law, Nic

James Casey, a longtime resident of Rockaway, died July 30. He was 70. More...


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