November 25, 2005 RSS feed / Community

18th Annual Democratic Club Dinner Dance

The Good Government Regular Democratic Club recently held its 18th annual dinner dance at Russo 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...

Fort Tilden Post Office To Remain Open

The Postal Service and U.S. Department of the Interior have reached an agreement to continue postal operations at the Fort Tilden Post Office through the end of February, 2006. 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...

PHC To Host Blood Drive Monday

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...

Connelly Awarded As ‘Master Dance Teacher’

Ellen Connelly received the More...

City to Miss November 30 Deadline On Bus Transfer

Pols Demand Release Of New Buses

With the Bloomberg administration about to miss the November 30 deadline for the MTA takeover of the four remaining private subsidized bus companies More...

Fundraiser For St. Patrick’s Day Parade At The Beach Club

A fundraiser and dinner dance for the 2006 Rockaway St. Patrick More...

Smith Completes Training

Marine Corps Pfc. Averyl A. Smith, daughter of Josephine Smith of Far Rockaway, and Gerald Smith of Arverne, recently completed the Marine Corps Enlisted Warehouse Basic Course. More...

PHC Hosts Breezy Point Health Fair

Peninsula Hospital Center, in collaboration with the Breezy Point Cooperative, held a mini health fair in Roxbury on Saturday, November 19 at St. Genevieve More...

Man Sentenced For Setting Wife On Fire

A Far Rockaway man was sentenced to 11 years in prison Monday for a barbaric attack in which he beat his wife and tried to suffocate her More...

Morris, Devine Honored At AOH Dinner

Local realtor and civic activist Barbara Morris and Father James T. Devine were honored last week by the Ancient Order of Hibernians (AOH) and the Ladies AOH at a dinner at the Reception House in Flushing last Saturday night. More...

City Councilman James Sanders Under Fire For Having Wife On Payroll

City officials have reportedly started an investigation of City Councilman James Sanders for having his wife, Andrea on his payroll as his $70,000-a-year Chief of Staff. More...

St. Virgilius Class Trip To Science Hall

The St. Virgilius fourth and fifth graders recently learned more about science and technology on their field trip to the Queens Hall of Science on Friday, October 21. Pictured Mrs. Keller with most of the fifth grade class. More...

Stella Maris Seniors Ponder Reality

As they develop themselves in their senior elective course in Human Development, students are brought face-to-face with the responsibilities of parenthood. Pictured are seniors Kara Bobby, Jessica Guarino and Lauren DiMaria with baby More...

SJEH Cuts Ribbon On Two New Treatment Centers

St. John 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...

ACS Promises Reform In Wake Of Murder Of 7-Year-Old

The murder of an Arverne girl who was taken from foster care and given back to her birth father has spurred demands that the Administration For Children More...

Rally For A Traffic Light On Beach 84

Join Democratic District Leader Lew M. Simon at noon on Sunday, November 27 at Shorefront Parkway and Beach 84 Street for a rally to demand the installation of a traffic light. More...

ACT Seeks Teachers For Summer Program

ACT is looking for outstanding secondary schoolteachers to participate in a summer program designed to help develop and evaluate ACT More...

Councilman Sanders Organizes Turkey Give-Away

Councilman James Sanders, Jr. has organized a turkey give-away for the Thanksgiving holiday on Monday, November 21 from 4-7 p.m. on 21-23 Birdsall Avenue. More...

Drew Carey At North Fork Theatre, November 26

Comedian Drew Carey, along with a cast of the nation More...

St. John’s Episcopal Hospital Battles ‘The Holiday Blues’

Do the holidays get you down? Are you one of the millions of Americans who feel like they More...

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Have a news tip or story for us? Need exposure for a community-based organization? Know someone who should be recognized for outstanding work in the community? Want us to provide coverage at a community event? Just give The Wave a call at 634-4000. More...

Old Lifeguard Photographs Are Always A Hit With Wave Readers

Thanks to Marie H. Connally of Belle Harbor, Historical Views today publishes another old lifeguard photograph from Rockaway Beach More...

Three Arrested After Cops Find Coke, Gun

Three people were arrested Monday after police with a search warrant found cocaine, drug paraphernalia and a loaded handgun inside a Rockaway Beach residence, police said. More...

‘Justice Marchers’ Call For Answers

A group of about 85 community members led by local NAACP president Ed Williams marched on Shore Front Parkway last Saturday to call for answers in the death of a 14-year-old boy, Andre Anderson, who was struck and killed by an SUV in September. More...

PS 114 Donates Goods To Soldiers In Iraq

Belle Harbor School Principal, (I.A.), Stephen P. More...

Local Artists Make The Art Show Scene

Two of Rockaway More...

A Classic Irish Christmas At St. Rose

St. Rose of Lima Church, located at 154 Beach 84 Street in Rockaway Beach, will host More...

‘Little North Pole’ Opening Set For December 3

In what has quickly become a Rockaway holiday tradition, the More...

New Bishop Kearney Eucharistic Ministers

Girls from the Rockaway peninsula are pictured after the ceremony with Sister Thomasine Stagnitta, CSJ (Bishop Kearney More...

Soldiers Repay Stella Maris Students

Last fall, Sister Grace Lynch and her students participated in a letter writing campaign with soldiers stationed in Iraq. More...

Outreach Club Organizes Coat Drive

The Stella Maris Student Outreach Club organized the annual coat drive in cooperation with the 100 Precinct. Accepting the school More...

Twenty ‘High Risk’ Sex Offenders Live In Rockaway

Twenty of the city More...


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