November 25, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

New Weed and Seed Leaders Begin Redefining F.R.Site

The Far Rockaway Weed and Seed steering committee began an overall restructuring during its meeting on November 16. More...

Community

Tino’s Unisex Hair Styling Free Thanksgiving Dinner For Customers

Tino More...

Beachcomber

Every once on a while we like to remind our readers that the opinion pieces that you find in the columns scattered throughout the paper are solely the opinion of the columnist and not necessarily that of the newspaper or its publisher. More...

BC Man Says Maced, Arrested By Police

A Broad Channel man is charging police of the 100 Precinct with ignoring his complaints about errant teenagers and with macing, handcuffing and arresting him instead of the teens who have been terrorizing his neighborhood. More...

Sports

Three Teams Win Championships

Three was the magic number for St. Francis de Sales soccer this season as three teams won the Diocesan championship, including both the girls and the boys south 3rd grade teams. The boys north 3rd grade team was runner-up. More...

Sorrentino Falls Short In Flag Football Title Game

Two Sorrentino Flag Football teams played competitively in the NFL/PAL/ Parks and Recreation Flag Football League last Saturday at East River Park in Manhattan. More...

The New York Hockey Report: Rucchin! Rucchin! Rucchin!

NEW YORK - At the end of August, the Rangers sent minor leaguer Trevor Gillies and a draft pick to the Mighty Ducks in exchange for center Steve Rucchin. More...

Road Rage Or Bias Incident?

Police Officials Say Question Is Under Investigation

An incident on Cross Bay Boulevard in Broad Channel that led to one man being hit with an aluminum baseball bat and two under arrest has officials trying to decide if it was a bias incident or a simple case of road rage. More...

Seabreeze Golden Age Club’s Christmas Toy Drive

The members of the Seabreeze Golden Age Club of St. Francis de Sales donated over 275 new toys at their meeting on Wednesday, November 16. The toys will be distributed to children in need this Christmas. More...

Postage Prices Go Up

The United States Postal Service has announced that effective January 8, 2006, the cost of mailing a letter will increase to 39 cents. It is the first increase since June 2002. More...

Columnists

Broad Channel Bits

A lot of shoppers step into high gear after Thanksgiving Day to buy Christmas gifts for those close to them. The day after Thanksgiving is usually the biggest shopping day of the year with bargains galore. More...

Dorothy Dunne

News Events/Travel Editor/Host More...

Chatting with Chapey

by Dr. Geraldine M. Chapey, Democratic District Leader More...

Obits

Karl Butigan Comptroller

Karl Butigan, a longtime Rockaway resident, died November 17. More...


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