January 20, 2006 RSS feed / Front Page

Gulluscio To Leave Addabbo, Move To CB 6

A familiar political figure will soon be leaving the Rockaway scene to run a community board in central Queens. More...

‘Mulchfest’ Recylces Lots Of Trees

The Department of Sanitation collected 156,904 discarded Christmas trees from curbside across the city, Sanitation Commissioner John J. Doherty announced recently. More...

Community

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Bricklayers Recruit Apprentices Jan 27-June 30

The Bricklayers and Allied Craftworkers Joint Apprenticeship and Training Committee, Local 1, will conduct recruitment from January 27 through June 30 for 12 bricklayer apprentices. More...

Brooklyn College Sets Courses For Seniors

Are you adequately protected against vampires? Perhaps you should join the Brooklyn College Institute for Retirees in Pursuit of Education (I.R.P.E.) and take the appropriate class. It More...

Sports

New York Hockey Report: Major Shakeup On The Island

It was thought the only way Mike Milbury would end his reign as general manager would be if he left himself. It happened as the Islanders More...

Darling Joins Hernandez and Cohen In The Booth

Going into its first year, SportsNet NY has decided to go back to the future by filling out its booth with two prominent members of the 1986 championship team. More...

NFL Final Four Fight This Weekend For Super Bowl Glory

Everyone was all set for New England-Indianapolis III. Isn More...

Letters

Letters

All The Business Going To B. 129 Street Dear Editor, More...

Obits

Harry James Harper Auto Mechanic

Harry James Harper, a former Broad Channel resident, died January 10 after a long battle with leukemia and bone cancer. He was 35. More...

Margaret C.Kugel Teacher

Margaret C. Kugel, a Rockaway resident for 36 years, died January 13. More...

Irving Matos Security Officer

Irving Matos, a Rockaway resident for 20 years, died January 16. He was 42. More...

Sanders Loses Economic Development Chair

Democratic City Councilman James Sanders, Jr. was stripped this week of the prestigious chair of the council More...

Broad Channel Woman In SUV Rollover

A Broad Channel woman was hospitalized Monday evening after a violent rollover accident near Floyd Bennett Field. Maureen Campo was traveling northbound on Flatbush Avenue at about 6:30 p.m. when the accident occurred, sources said. More...

Renewed Call For Government Reform

Following Governor Pataki More...

Shooting Victim’s Family Marks Solemn Anniversary

The family of Tommy Johnson, a promising high school student and football star who was killed on January 10, 2001, marked the anniversary of his murder with a gravesite visit. More...

Columnists

Chatting with Chapey

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

Broad Channel Bits

Winter, in all its frigid glory, has finally come to our corner of the world. Some folks found it unsettling to have 40 and 50-degree temperatures in January. More...

From The Rockaway Postmaster’s Desk

Putting in a bid on an important new job? Or just shipping an order to a customer? Whether your com-pany%27s success is on the line, or you just want to make sure your package gets delivered, the Postal Service offers peace of mind. More...

Editorial/Opinion

A Favor From The DOT That Will Cost Residents $

When the Muni-meters were removed from Beach 116 Street in September to make way for the reconfiguration and reconstruction of the critical shopping street, most Rockaway residents cheered the city More...

Editorial Comment

by Robert Sarnoff

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