November 18, 2005 RSS feed / Community

Molly Ann Goimoldi Born

Marylou and Greg Goimoldi of Rockaway Beach announce the birth of their daughter, Molly Ann, born on October 26. More...

Mourning Those Who Died In The Crash Of Flight 587 More...

PHC Addresses Organ Donations More...

Beachcomber

The election last week went just about as expected. Mayor Michael Bloomberg beat Democratic challenger Fernando Ferrer by about 20 percent, although he won by far more locally. More...

Looking Backward

What The Wave Said

20 Years Ago... Fireman Flip Mullen, who was injured in the process of rescuing people trapped in the beach block of Beach 116 Street, Rockaway Park, is out of Peninsula Hospital Center, but still in traction. More...

The Good Old Good Old Days - Views Of Past Events Here

With today More...

New Adult Day Care Center Opens In Far Rockaway

Beth Abraham Health Services opened a new Adult Day Health Care (ADHC) Program in Far Rockaway on November 2. More...

Queens DA Awards Belle Harbor ADA

Queens District Attorney Richard A. More...

Hynes A Semi-Finalist For Scholarship

Pictured: (seated) Caitlin Hynes and Regina Pynn, a senior in the Merit Program. More...

K Of C Named In Honor of Msgr. Burke

The St. Camillus School Band and alumni marched along Rockaway Beach Boulevard in honor of Monsignor William F. Burke on Sunday, November 6. The Rockaway Knights of Columbus has been renamed in memory of the Monsignor, who passed away this May. More...

VNS Prep ‘History’s Mysteries Challenge’

For the second year at Visiting Nurse Services Prep, the students were ready and eager to learn about their history. The History More...

RAA Opens Two Exhibits At Fort Tilden

The Rockaway Artists Alliance (RAA) opened two exhibits simultaneously at its Fort Tilden venues last weekend. Both More...

All Saints’ Play At St. Camillus Kindergarten

The St. Camillus Kindergarten class posed for a picture with their teacher, Mrs. Cerrone, after their All Saints More...

Third Annual ‘Bassmaster’ Tournament

The third annual Striped Bass and Bluefish Tournament reeled in some big fish off the rock jetties between Beach 72 and 74 Streets on Saturday, October 22. More...

Weiss’ Restaurant In Broad Channel – Not Forgotten By Former Customers

A Wave remembrance

During the late 1960 More...

Peninsula Hospital To Host Blood Drive

Peninsula Hospital Center will host a blood drive on Monday, November 28, from 7 am to 6 pm. The blood drive is being held in conjunction with Long Island Blood Services and New York Blood Center. More...

Courtney Mangan Born

Courtney Bree Mangan was born on September 7, weighing in at eight pounds, eight ounces. She joins older siblings Shannon and James, and parents Cindy and Jim Mangan of Broad Channel. More...

Local Donates Art For Hurricane Relief

Casey Brouder, a Breezy Point resident, recently donated her talents to raise money for the victims of Hurricanes Katrina, Rita, and Wilma. Her art piece, entitled More...

Aaron Neville At NorthFork Theatre, November 25

Aaron Neville and his Quintet featuring Charles Neville come to the North Fork Theatre at Westbury for one exceptional night- Friday, November 25 at 8p.m. More...

ME Says Death Of Arverne Girl A Homicide

Father Charged With Murder in Death of 7-year-old

A 7-year-old Arverne girl who died of what doctors thought were natural causes on October 25 was murdered, the city Medical Examiner said on Tuesday. More...

Banner Trashed At First Congregational Church

Members of the First Congregational Church on Beach 94 Street were shocked and saddened last Thursday after a religious banner hanging outside the church was ripped down and destroyed. The church More...

Meeks Hosts Medicare Drug Seminar

Gregory W. Meeks recently hosted a Town Hall Meeting on the new Medicare drug prescription program that featured a detailed presentation by Kelli Singleton from the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS). More...

K Of C Renaming And Dedication Ceremony

The Knights of Columbus Rockaway Council #2672 was renamed and dedicated on November 6 in memory of Monsignor William F. Burke, who served as the Chaplain for the Knights for five years. More...

On The Bayfront

By Elisa Hinken Clean Enough To Swim In Again?

A great article was recently written in the Gotham Gazette More...

RSA, Sanders Initiate Scholar Athlete Scholarship Program

A new scholarship program designed to help local student-athletes obtain college scholarships formally got underway inside the office of Beach Channel High School Principal Dr. David Morris last Monday morning, More...

Far Rockaway H.S. Parent Night

Fall Activities Abound At PS 114

Parents are greeted in the cafeteria. More...

Stella Maris Culture Day Cruise

A group of Stella Maris students went on New York Waterway More...

J-E-T-S, Jets! Jets! Jets!

Several weeks ago, Bishop Kearney had a celebrity visitor, Jovan Witherspoon of the New York Jets. Thanks to the efforts of Louis Protano More...

Will Micro-Management Go the Way of the Buffalo?

In More...

Police Investigate B. 65 Street Shooting

A 23-year-old man underwent surgery at a local hospital early last Saturday morning after he was shot in his leg wile walking on a street in Arverne, police said. More...

Pheffer: Stop $75 Freeze On Debit Cards

Rising gasoline prices have caused a new problem for consumers as some gas retailers More...

Pumpkin And Leaf Collection Changes

The New York Sanitation Department has announced that pumpkins and leaves are now part of the Recycling Compost Program. More...

Weiner Finds Money to Replenish Jamaica Bay Marshes

Congress has passed a measure to provide $1 million to restore the Jamaica Bay Salt Marshes in Gateway National Park, according to Congressman Anthony Weiner. More...

Truck Rips Down Wires, Disrupts B. 117 St.

A large 16-wheel delivery truck bringing construction equipment to the new Ocean Grande apartment house on Beach 117 Street ripped electrical and cable wires from several homes as it proceeded up the street. More...


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