February 17, 2006 RSS feed / Front Page

Washington Named To Dean’s List At Fairfield

Coleen M. Washington, of Rockaway Point, was named to the Dean More...

Community

Blizzard Mars Last Day At Rockaway Sunset Diner

Sunday, February 12, was the last day for the Rockaway Sunset Diner at Beach 116 Street and Beach Channel Drive. The diner, formally the Ram More...

Beachcomber

Joanne Ariola called to tell us that the rumors that she has left the Mayor More...

African American Heritage Month Awards

Locals from the Rockaway peninsula were honored on Saturday, February 4 at the annual African American Heritage Month Awards Reception, held at the Langston Hughes Library and Cultural Center, Queens Library, in Corona. More...

Editorial/Opinion

Growth May Not Be Positive For Property Owners

The Rockaway peninsula saw its most dramatic population gain in at least 25 years in 2004, according to a study prepared by the Long Island Power Authority (LIPA). More...

Editorial Comment

by Robert Sarnoff

a heartbeat away A bird in the hand is worth two in the bush More...

Pervert Pastor Preyed On His Daughters

A religious leader accused of repeatedly having sex with his teenage daughter and sexually abusing two younger daughters inside their Rockaway residence faces just four years in prison if convicted, The Wave has learned. More...

Guilty Of Gateway Blvd. Double Murder

A Far Rockaway man who police say is a drug dealer was convicted Wednesday of the murder of two men on Gateway Boulevard in Far Rockaway more than two years ago. More...

Ready For A Freezing Atlantic Plunge

Braving freezing temperatures and an impending blizzard, participants in this year More...

Columnists

Broad Channel Bits

By the time you see this in the newspaper, the snow and ice may be gone More...

From the Editor’s Desk

Nobody asked me, but More...

From The Rockaway Postmaster’s Desk

Post Office Boxes Provide Security, Convenience

If you want security, convenience and peace of mind for your mail, you can More...

Sports

Bishop Kearney High School Sports: Swimming

December proved to be a very exciting month for the Kearney swim team. In a tremendous upset, they defeated Notre Dame in a hotly contested meet, by just four points. The following week, they also defeated Fontbonne Hall, by a much greater margin. More...

Fontbonne Hall In CHSAA Top 5

Fontbonne Hall Academy scored well in the final round of the GCHSAA Swim Championships placing fifth overall. More...

Lady Dolphins Eliminated From Playoffs

Lincoln High School is located just a little more than a quarter of a mile from the shores of the Atlantic Ocean in Coney Island. More...

Obits

Ronald ArmstrongRetired Carpenter

Ronald Armstrong, a lifelong Rockaway Beach resident, died at his home in Pompano Beach, Florida on February 12. More...


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