October 7, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

Washed-Up Whale Had Bad Kidneys, Parasites

A 12-foot pilot whale that washed up in Rockaway on Monday was suffering from diseased kidneys and parasites, and had beached itself two other times on Long Island, according to the marine researcher who came to the sick sea creature More...

Community

Pascual Graduates From Army Basic

Army Pvt. Ivan Pascual has graduated from basic combat military training at Fort Sill, Lawton, Okla. More...

Framework In Place For New Police Building

Construction workers on the new Transit District 23 Headquarters behind the Beach 116 Street A-Line subway station proceeds with the skeleton growing each day. More...

Judge: Langton’s Illegal Lockout Could Bring Jail

Gain Access To Apartment, Everything Gone By Howard Schwach More...

Sports

“The Franchise” Mike Piazza Says Fond Farewell

FLUSHING, NY More...

NY Giants Playmakers Eli and Plaxico: Perfect Together

EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ More...

Fisheads Storm To Second Straight Home Win

The Rockaway Fisheads Rugby team moved its record to 3-0 this past Saturday at Ft. Tilden, with a 22-8 win over a very game Princeton Athletic Club side. Rockaway More...

Gaska Rips City On Weather-Emergency Prep.

A top Community Board representative, who says Rockaway is ill prepared for a weather-related emergency, is lacing into the Bloomberg administration in the wake of Hurricanes Katrina and Rita. More...

Monumental Progress At Tribute Park

The granite slab, which is etched with names of 347 firefighters who lost their lives on 9-11, was affixed last Sunday to the Firefighters memorial rock in Tribute Park (more photos on Page 6). Patrick Clark, the man responsible for the park More...

Columnists

From The Artists Studio

Rockaway Artists Alliance Flowers As

by Susan Hartenstein ARTSPLASH 2005 continues at RoCA with gallery art and live entertainment: RAA More...

From the Editor’s Desk

Nobody asked me, but... ...The Democratic Party has managed to do it once again, to choose a candidate with no chance in the world to win. I understand that there are More...

Dorothy Dunne

News Events/Travel Editor/Host More...

Editorial/Opinion

30 MPH, Maybe 40! Try It, It May Save Your Life

In the wake of the fatal accident that killed a woman on Cross Bay Boulevard last week, a Wave editor went onto our Website More...

Editorial Comment

by Robert Sarnoff

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Obits

Margaret C. Berran Office Manager

Margaret C. Berran, a Rockaway resident for 15 years, died October 5. More...


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