March 10, 2006 RSS feed / Front Page

County Tyrone Pipes Take First In Parade

The County Tyrone Pipe Band took first place again this year at the Rockaway St. Patrick%27s Day parade. The band, voted Best Pipe Band by the judges, is based in Bellerose and Rockaway. More...

Community

Solares Accepted To Manhattan School OfMusic

Ana Solares, a fifth grade student at PS 183, has been accepted to the prestigious Manhattan School of Music Summer Day Camp for Summer 2006. More...

Modryashova And Levashov Engaged

Nataliya Modryashova, from Rockaway Park, and Dennis Levashov, from Brooklyn, were engaged on February 20, 2006. Modryashova works at Strands Hair Salon in Rockaway Park. The couple plans to wed next year. More...

Diner's Sale Records Filed With City

The Rockaway Sunset Diner in Rockaway Park was sold to a Manhattan realty company that specializes in multi-million dollar deals and nationally recognized retail stores, according to documents that became public Wednesday. More...

Editorial/Opinion

From the Editor's Desk

Nobody Asked Me, But ... ...I still think that Beach 116 Street is the wrong place for the memorial to those who died in the crash of American Airlines Flight 587 in November of 2001. More...

Schools Should Serve Student Needs

We are dismayed by the political decision to postpone until 2009 the funding for Public School 114 in Belle Harbor to be reconfigured to make the building accessible by handicapped students. More...

Editorial Comment

by Robert Sarnoff

"Mystery Diner Theater" More...

Obits

Dr. Simra E. Shein Director Of Surgery At PHC

Dr. Simra E. Shein, the director of surgery at Peninsula Hospital Center and a Rockaway resident for more than 30 years, died March 5. More...

Top Cops Teach 'Creep Catching 101'

The Top Cops in the 101 Precinct last week busted one of Far Rockaway%27s most wanted men - a creep who they say has a penchant for robbing cash and jewelry from women at gunpoint. More...

Student Forced To Flee BCHS After Assaults

In the wake of a series of attacks on a BCHS student, both on the A Train and within the Beach Channel High School building, a Hamilton Beach family is hastily attempting to work out transfers to a safer school for their two sons. More...

Landlord To Evict Katrina Evacuees

It was the feel good story of 2005, but it%27s going sour in %2706. More...

Columnists

Chamber

Chat

A quick parking update - Loading zones will be receiving the traditional red signs, replacing many "no parking" signs, which will cut down on the confusion and clutter. More...

Broad Channel Bits

Winter%27s cold has a firm grip on our corner of the planet. Of course, seasons do move on and the flowers and other green things will sprout and bring colorful beauty to everyone%27s back and front yards again. More...

Dorothy Dunne

News Events/Travel Editor/Host + WNYX - TV Morning News More...

Sports

Duddy Marches For WBC Title Shot At Madison Square Garden

The cheers that St. Patrick%27s Day Deputy Grand Marshall John Duddy received on Saturday are just the first applause he will receive this month. More...

Kearney Storms Back To Advance To Catholic States

Bishop Kearney center Maria Laterza surely didn%27t want her team%27s season to end at Bishop Ford last Sunday against Mary Louis in the CHSAA Catholic State B Classification game. More...

Woodmere Advances To Federation Title

The fourth meeting between Lawrence Woodmere Academy and Upper Room last Sunday had a few changes. More...

Letters

Letters

What%27s Going On? Dear Editor, I am a 15-year-old Channel View school student and I have a question maybe you can answer because no one else seems to be able to. More...


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