September 2, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

Community

A Boatload Of Beautification On B. 123 St.

Residents of Beach 123 Street recently beautified the southern end of their block by cleaning it up and adding a colorful nautical theme, including a 14-foot sailboat. The area More...

Addabbo Addresses Needs Of Seniors, Disabled

City Council Member Joseph P. Addabbo, Jr. announced that he has cosponsored two pieces of legislation in the Council aimed at aiding senior citizens and individuals with disabilities in his district as well as in the city. More...

Bloomberg: Study Transfer Of Wetlands To Parks

Mayor Michael Bloomberg on Wednesday signed into effect a bill that will set up a temporary task force to study the feasibility of transferring certain City-owned wetlands, including a number of properties in Rockaway and Broad Channel, to the Depart More...

Editorial/Opinion

The Wave Endorses …

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Editorial Comment

by Robert Sarnoff

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From the Editor’s Desk

Whenever my family and I go to some place nearby the water on the eastern seaboard, I always end up asking, More...

Letters

Initiative Needed From City Council Members Dear Editor,

Where has David Hooks been over the last 25-year period? The last 25 years, where the decline and deprivation of the Black Rockaway community was at its peak? More...

$110K Of Call-A-Head Money Down City’s Toilet

Environmental Summonses, Theft Of Water At Issue

The Call-A-Head Corporation, headquartered on Cross Bay Boulevard in Broad Channel has become a multi-million dollar business that supplies portable toilets throughout the area. The company More...

Tribute Park Dedication An October Affair

Tribute Park will be nearly ready to open on September 11 and will likely be dedicated in the latter half of October, but a key element could be unfinished, according to sources close to the project. More...

$110K Of Call-A-Head Money Down City’s Toilet

signed an agreement with Queens District Attorney Richard Brown. More...

Columnists

Audiences Drink ‘

Arsenic

On August 19, the curtain went up on The Rockaway Theatre Company More...

Beachcomber

Reporters covering Hurricane Katrina last week continually spoke about the fact that beach dunes kept the water from pouring into local streets in many areas. More...

Broad Channel Bits

BCVFD Mardi Gras For Labor Day Weekend

Hopefully, the weather this weekend will cooperate and be suitable for all the planned activities this lovely three-day Labor weekend. Mardi Gras weekend is here More...

Sports

Posey Continues Boxing Title Dreams

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Sorrentino Hands Out Baseball Honors

The Sorrentino Recreational Center handed out baseball awards on August 13 to winners who played in the 2005 Health Plus/Parks Department Little League. More...

Animal Hospital Wins Final Classic Title

In a thrilling conclusion to the 2005 St. Francis Summer Classic, Animal Hospital of Bay Ridge held on to beat 4 POINT 0, 52-49 for the Girls High School championship. More...

Obits

Obituaries

James H. Scheuer 13-Term New York Congressman

James H. Scheuer, a liberal New York Congressman who served 13 terms for districts in the Bronx, Queens, Brooklyn and Nassau County, died August 30. He was 85. More...


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