December 16, 2005 RSS feed / Community

Local Boarders Demand ‘At Your Own Risk’ Skating Access

A park designed to keep kids off the streets and out of trouble is actually closed more than it More...

Author Reads To PS 114 Students

Belle Harbor School Librarian Jeanne Manas (seated, right) visualizes the scene, as invited author Joanna Hurwitz recalls decades old inspirations that led her to become a respected, best selling children More...

Hillary Pickets At 100 Precinct Stationhouse

Arverne resident Barbara Hillary formed a one-woman picket line in front of the 100 Precinct stationhouse last Wednesday afternoon to protest what she calls the NYPD More...

Bomb Scare Closes Post Office For The Day

The United States Post Office in Rockaway Beach was closed at noon on Saturday, December 12 when a male caller told a clerk that there was a bomb in the building, scheduled to go off in 20 minutes. More...

‘CAAN’ Aims To Help Families Pay For College

State Senator Malcolm Smith has announced the New York State More...

Ruddick And Kelly Wed

Joseph and Geralyn (Melsom) Ruddick of Sayville (originally from Broad Channel and Belle Harbor) announce the wedding of their daughter, Jennifer, to Bob Kelly, son of Robert Sr. and the late Patricia Kelly of Floral Park. More...

PHC Surprises Schulman On 93rd Birthday

Jack Schulman, volunteer extraordinaire at Peninsula Hospital Center, was surprised by Hospital Center President and Chief Executive Officer, Robert V. Levine on December 12. More...

Ice Skating Season Begins

Three ice rinks in Nassau County are now open for public sessions as the winter season approaches. More...

Parking Problems (And Tickets) Abound On B. 116 St.

Re ports have been coming into The Wave all week from people complaining about the new parking on Beach 116 Street and as well as from others who feel that they received parking tickets when they did nothing illegal. More...

Post 1404 Needs Your Help To Give Back

Raising Money For Devastated Ohio Post

In the dark days after September 11, 2001, the members of an American Legion Post in Ohio undertook a fundraising effort for Ray York Jr., a victim in the attack on the World Trade Center and a member of the Sons of the American Legion Post 1404 in B More...

Meeks Knocks Proposed Tax Changes

Congressman Gregory Meeks recently testified before the City Council regarding the proposals of President Bush More...

Lifeguard Training Program Needs Donations

According to the upcoming 2006 Region 5 Lifeguard Development Program information sheet, it seems the course may have to be subsidized by private donations in order to continue. More...

SO, WHAT’S THE STORY?

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...

PHC Takes Part In Stroke Awareness Breakfast

Members of the local volunteer ambulance companies, EMS and PHC Emergency Room personnel attended a breakfast and lecture at Peninsula Hospital Center on Sunday, December 11 for continuing medical education credits. Dr. More...

Chamber Hosts Beach 116 St.Tree Lighting Ceremony More...

Hit And Run Victim Remembered; Traffic Safety On Seagirt Blvd.Requested

On Tuesday night, when Tamika Regan should have been celebrating her 18th birthday, family, friends and local leaders gathered to remember the More...

Beachcomber

Some good news from the government. Life expectancy in the United States is up to an all-time high More...

101 Pct. Begins Study To Decrease Speeding On Seagirt Blvd.

In an effort to decrease accidents on one of the longest stretches of road in the 101 Precinct, Captain Milt Marmara, the precinct More...

Clean Streets, Holiday Lighting And ‘Bravest And Finest’ Luncheon

The Chamber of Commerce of the Rockaways, Inc. wishes you all the best for a peaceful happy holiday season. More...

Former Airbus VP Charged In A320 Crash

A French newspaper reported this week that Bernard Ziegler, once the chief test pilot and vice president of engineering for Airbus Industries, has been charged with involuntary manslaughter in relation to a 1992 crash of an Airbus A320 airliner in Co More...

McGlynn And Riggi Engaged

Helen and James McGlynn of Rockaway Park announce the engagement of their son, James Anthony McGlynn, to Charla Riggi. James, the grandson of the late Helen and Tony More...

Rockaway Residents In Celtic Winter Festival

Rockaway residents participated in a Celtic Winter Festival in Chelsea on Saturday, December 10, showcasing their talents in dance and art. More...

JASA Responds To Tenant’s Mold Complaints

Officials from the management of the Jewish Association for Services to the Aged (JASA) were forced last week to respond to complaints of mold in the agency More...

Clark Gets More Time To Deliver The Dome

In a last-ditch effort to get the job done, representatives from the Tribute Park Committee staged an impromptu visit to Patrick Clark More...

Addabbo’s Committee Looks

from page 6 (NYPD) and the Department of Education (DOE) work hand-in-hand to ensure safety in New York City More...

New Transit Rules For NYC Commuters

The MTA has adopted new procedures regarding conduct and safety of its passengers as of December 5, 2005. More...

PHC Adds Sussman To Surgery Staff

As part of Peninsula Hospital Center More...

Ribbon Cutting Ceremony For Youth Center

A ribbon cutting ceremony was held on Saturday December 10th for the dedication and opening of a new youth center. House on the Rock Church, Associate Pastor Gary Patrylo, Jr. More...

Stress Free Holiday Shopping Tips

According to a November Gallup Poll, consumers are expected to spend an average of $763 on gifts this holiday season, an increase of 4.5% from November 2004. More...


Email Us
Contact Us

Copyright 1999 - 2014 Wave Publishing Co. All Rights Reserved

Neighborhoods | History