October 14, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

USPS Fort Tilden Contract Station To Close

A spokesperson for the United States Postal Service has confirmed a local rumor that the contract post office that has been in Fort Tilden for more than 30 years may soon close its doors for good. More...

Community

Boarders ‘Skate Jam’ Draws Crowd To SFP

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B. 116 Street Work Continues On Furious Schedule

Work continues from one end of Beach 116 Street to the other, as a few deadlines loom large for the shopping street. At the northern end of the street is the new Tribute Park, which is now scheduled to open on November 6 with a large ceremony. More...

Beachcomber

The City Council on Tuesday overrode Mayor Mike Bloomberg More...

Sports

After Rugby Epic, Fisheads Bite Sharks

The Rockaway Fisheads knew it would be tough because it always is for them. They knew it would be physical because Rockaway and Montauk don More...

Hayden Runs To Stardom At St. Francis Prep

Local trackstar James Hayden of Belle Harbor continues to impress as he went on to win the Walt Disney World High School Varsity Cross Country Classic in Orlando, Florida on October 8. A senior at St. More...

It’s The Ravens! Bring ‘Em Out, Bring ‘Em Out

Like Michael Jordan in his prime, the Ravens are on fire and they don More...

Obits

Obituaries

Shawana Tisha Barefield-Small Home Health Aide

Shawana Tisha Barefield-Small, a lifelong Far Rockaway resident, died October 4. She was 35. More...

Tribute Park Opening Set

A date has been set for the long awaited opening of Tribute Park, which was transformed this year from a barren lot to perhaps the most stunning public spot along Rockaway More...

A-Train Fall Guy Critically Injured

A man who might have been subway surfing on top of the A-Train was seriously injured early Tuesday morning when he fell and landed on the tracks at the Broad Channel Station, police said. More...

Body Found On Breezy Shore

A Breezy Point man made a gruesome discovery Thursday morning along the community More...

Crook Snacks On Restaurant’s Register

A crook with a late night hunger for cash broke into a popular Arverne restaurant Wednesday and fixed up a to-go order that included the register, police said. More...

Columnists

Broad Channel Bits

Activity on the local scene steps into high gear with lots of organizational happenings. Enjoy! More...

From The Artists Studio

Rockaway Artists Alliance The Powerful Artwork Of Christina Jorge/ArtSplash Finale

Saturday, October 15 and Sunday, October 16 are the final days to see the more than 120 diverse works from almost 50 artists in sTudio 6 and sTudio 7 Galleries in the Rockaway Center for the Arts at Fort Tilden. More...

Chamber

Chat

This column is for all the people who have so wonderfully contributed to Tribute Park by purchasing bricks. At the Chamber of Commerce office we have mini bricks that were ordered but never picked up. Below are the names on the mini bricks. More...

Editorial/Opinion

Dogs Do It! Why Not In Rockaway?

The question of why there are 40 dog runs in New York City, two of them on beaches in Brooklyn, while there are none in Rockaway is perhaps not as important or as compelling as some of the other issues The Wave tackles in its editorials, but to many More...

Editorial Comment

by Robert Sarnoff

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Letters

Letters

Several Ridiculous Statements Dear Editor; I would like to address More...


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