January 13, 2006 RSS feed / Front Page

Boro Pres. Expected To ‘OK’ Bayswater/Far Rock Downzoning

Queens Borough President Helen Marshall was expected Thursday to sign off on a proposed rezoning proposal for Bayswater and Far Rockaway after Community Board 14 unanimously supported it just two days earlier. More...

Open Forum With District 27 Chancellor On January 17

An open forum with The Deputy Chancellor for Teaching and Learning, Carmen Farina, will be held on Tuesday, January 17 from 6:30-7:30 p.m. at PS/MS 207, 159-15 88 Street in Howard Beach. More...

Community

Councilman Addabbo Leads Fight Against Noise

City Council Member Joseph P. Addabbo, Jr. recently announced that he has cosponsored legislation recently signed into law by the Mayor to revise the City More...

Vendor Seminar For Seaside Flea Market At The Rock

A two-hour seminar for More...

Man Sues Diocese, Military In Actions of Ex-St. Rose Priest

A Florida man identified only as John Doe is suing both the Brooklyn Diocese and the Archdiocese for Military Services over his childhood sexual abuse, allegedly at the hands of Father Romano Ferraro, who served the St. More...

Sports

Frazier Assumes FRHS B-Ball Helm

Andy Kennedy was named the interim coach for the successful University of Cincinnati basketball program in the summertime after replacing Bob Huggins. More...

Two Way Star Pruitt Named To PSAL All-Star Team

The last game of Far Rockaway senior linebacker Jeremy Pruitt More...

High School Girls Basketball Roundup: BKHS Wins Three

The Lady Dolphins have started the New Year quite nicely with two wins this past week. They increased their record to 6-2 with a 48-41 tough win over Bayside and pulling away from John Bowne for a 70-43 win. More...

Letters

Letters

The following letter was sent to Assemblywoman Audrey Pheffer. More...

City Reworks Coastal Storm, Hurricane Plan

The city More...

DOS Picks Up Some Hardware While Cleaning Lot

A team of Department of Sanitation (DOS) workers cleaning an empty lot at Beach 56 Place nearby the boardwalk in Arverne Wednesday found a discarded 9-millimeter automatic laying in the weeded lot. Police were called and took charge of the weapon. More...

Regular Garbage Pickup Schedule Jan. 16

The New York City Department of Sanitation will conduct normal garbage and recycling collection on Monday, January 16, the observance of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. More...

Columnists

From the Editor’s Desk

Nobody asked me, but More...

Where Was This Beautiful Old House Of Worship In The Rockaways?

This beautiful old church of classic Spanish architectural design is marked as being St. Andrews Episcopalian Church in the Belle Harbor section of the Rockaway Beach peninsula. More...

Dorothy Dunne

This Is Not Katrina

It may not be Katrina, but, Joe Kenbridge reports the water is lapping up to the doors of the Roxbury Post Office with every rainstorm making it so odious that you need a boat and boots to get your new 39-cent stamps. More...

Editorial/Opinion

Looking To Residential Parking Permits – Why Not Rockaway? Opinions

For many years, The Wave has joined with local civic advocates to ask for residential parking permits as a way of ameliorating the lack of parking, particularly in the summer, in the west end of Rockaway. More...

Editorial Comment

Former secretaries of state and defense meet with the president More...

Looking Backward

What The Wave Said

20 Years Ago... One slip of the hands and suddenly a Long Island Rail Road employee was unconscious. More...

Obits

George Walter Atherley Worked At Panama Canal

George Walter Atherley, a Rockaway resident for 18 years, died January 1. He was 80. More...


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