March 31, 2006 RSS feed / Front Page

Time To Spring Ahead

Don%27t forget to set your clocks ahead by one hour this weekend. Daylight-saving time begins at 2 a.m. Sunday morning, April 2. More...

Smith: Increase Jail Time For Rapists

Tough new crime legislation proposed by State Senator Malcolm Smith would increase the jail time of violent criminals, specifically those convicted of raping a child. More...

Local Sgt. Recruiting For Army

Staff Sergeant Rashid Keitt, the son of Gregory and Lisa Keitt of the Redfern Houses in Far Rockaway, is now working in Brooklyn as a U.S. Army Recruiter, seeking a few good prospective U.S. Army recruits. More...

Community

Coalition for Far Rockaway Sets Goals For The New Year

After being in limbo for nearly a year, the Coalition for Far Rockaway (CFR) is rebounding with a new agenda More...

Local Artist Gets Unwanted Visitor As Car Rolls Into Front Yard

Local artist Patrick Clark, who will soon unveil his Tribute Park glass cupola to the world, had an unwanted and potentially dangerous visitor on March 24 when a car hit the curb outside his home-studio and flipped over onto his lawn. More...

Beachcomber

On the front page of last week%27s edition, we published a picture that identified a young man being arrested by police as Lee Woods, who was later arrested for attempted murder, assault, resisting arrest and criminal possession of the knife used in More...

Sports

New Look Mets Search For Winning Formula In 2006

The Team. The Time. The Mets. Or so says the slogan for the 2006 New York Mets. More...

Can Pitching Give World Series Success To Yankees?

Year in and year out the expectations never change for the Yankees. Win a World Series or the season is a bust. 2006 isn%27t any different as New York will boast a $200 million payroll for the second consecutive year. More...

New York Hockey Report: Jagr Gets to Hart of the Matter

NEW YORK - At the time, it looked like the aged old story for the New York Rangers. More...

'Extortion Boy' Slain By Police

A Far Rockaway man who died Sunday - one day after he pulled a gun on cops and was shot - served time for attempted murder and belonged to a gang of gunpoint robbers who called themselves "The Edgemere Extortion Boys," according to a law enforcement More...

Tribute Park Dome Unveiled In April

The installation of the Tribute Park dome is slated to begin this week, and the artist who%27s building it has set a date in early April for the final unveiling, The Wave learned this week. More...

Family Mourns Gunman Shot By Police

Authorities say Rasheem Parrish, the young man shot this week by police, led the life of a street thug, but he was also a Golden Gloves boxing competitor and a good grandson, people who knew him told The Wave this week. More...

Columnists

Chatting with Chapey

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

Chamber

Chat

I had the great pleasure of attending the Patrol Borough Queens South talent show on March 9 at York College. Not only was it impressive, it was just so much fun. More...

Broad Channel Bits

Enjoy April. The weather is still somewhat unpredictable, but it%27s almost outdoor temperatures again. More...

Editorial/Opinion

Getting Harder To Maintain The Fiction On AA 587

This editorial was originally published in The Wave on April 8, 2005. More...

Editorial Comment

by Robert Sarnoff

Gun ' US More...

Obits

Annie Anthony Computer Technician

Annie Anthony, a Rockaway resident for over 30 years, died March 16. She was 58. Anthony, a computer technician, was born on August 10, 1947 in Millen, Georgia. She is survived by her daughters, Diane, Rolisa and Sherise; stepdaughter, Deidre; grandchild

Vincent J. Cincotta, a Rockaway resident for eight years coming from Brooklyn, died March 28. More...


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