January 6, 2006 RSS feed / Front Page

Community

Archer Leaves RDRC For Harlem Development Corp.

After seven and a half years of running the Rockaway Development and Revitalization Corporation (RDRC), Executive Director Curtis Archer will be leaving for a new post as President of the prestigious Harlem Community Development Corporation. More...

101 Pct. XO Safeguards New Year’s Eve

NYPD Captain Milt Marmard, the Executive Officer (XO) of the 101 Precinct in Far Rockaway gives his More...

Broad Channel Bits

This is the first column in 2006. Happy New Year everybody More...

Sports

Panthers Pose Tough Wild Card Challenge To Giants

Of all the teams the Giants could have drawn for their wild-card playoff game, the Panthers were the worst possible choice. More...

FRHS Goes Through New Year’s Blues

The Far Rockaway- Beach Channel rivalry is one of the more hotly contested neighborhood rivalries in the city. More...

St. Francis Celebrates Basketball And Christmas Cheer

The 21st edition of the St. Francis Christmas Basketball Tournament was once again, a great success. 36 teams from Queens, Brooklyn, Manhattan, Staten Island, and Long Island competed for titles in 6 divisions. More...

Letters

Will There Be Justice? Dear Editor, The biggest crimes in modern political history have gone unpunished. More...

Street Creep Tries To Snatch Kid

A crazed street person landed behind bars this week after he tried to snatch a toddler from the tot More...

Controversy Grows Over New Site For Gutted Synagogue

Bob Wein, the President of Congregation Derech Emunoh, wants a new home to replace the historic, 98-year-old synagogue at Beach 67 Street in Arverne that was gutted by fire and then demolished by the city in June of 2002. More...

Columnists

Dorothy Dunne

Santa

A bountiful and beautiful Christmas, where Santa was especially good to my grandchildren in Island Park: Erika (7), Michael (4), Brittainy (13), and Robert (11). More...

Drawing On Science

Gorillas The recently released film, More...

From The Artists Studio

A Quiz And Unfinished Business

`Yes, I More...

Editorial/Opinion

Mandatory Binding Arbitration: The Key To Labor Peace

The three-day transit strike that virtually closed down New York City and forced hundreds of thousands of city residents to find alternative mean to get to work is a prime example of why the Taylor Law was passed in the first place. More...

Editorial Comment

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Obits

Eileen Fox Breezy Point Maintenance Eileen Fox (nee Clark), a Rockaway resident for 50 years, died January 1. She was 53. More...


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