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Woman Found Dead On The Beach

The identity of a woman whose body was found face down in the sand last Saturday morning in Rockaway Beach remained a mystery this week. More...

Community

Chamber Hosts 'Summer Issues'Meeting;Only A Handful Of Business Owners Show

The Chamber of Commerce of the Rockaways held its annual "Summer Issues for the Rockaway Business Districts" meeting at the Beach Club Wednesday night, but only a handful of business owners showed up to meet face-to-face with reps from the Chamber, t More...

Celebrates Diabetes Awareness Day

Diabetes Awareness Day, March 28, 2006, was recognized More...

Names Trainor,Wu As Top Employees

Two employees at the Peninsula Hospital Center recently won the facility%27s "Employee of the Month Awards." First picture: Left to right: Patti Trainor, Physical Therapy Aide, PCECR, March, Employee of the Month accepting her award from Janet Miele- More...

Editorial/Opinion

Time To Teach The Right Lesson To Our Children

There is no doubt in our mind that Rasheem Parrish, who was shot dead by police officers last week, was a bad actor. More...

Editorial Comment

by Robert Sarnoff

"Mystery Diner theater" More...

Chamber To Honor 'Bravest And Finest' April 20

The Rockaway Chamber of Commerce will honor the "Bravest and Finest" who serve as Rockaway%27s first responders at Russo%27s On the Bay on April 20. More...

Obits

Paul Barnes Lawrence Nursing Home Employee

Paul Barnes, a Rockaway resident for many years, died March 19. He was 59. More...

Mosquito Relief Goes Unfunded

Mosquito season is about to begin and it seems Rockaway%27s skeeter-infested areas won%27t be getting the relief they did last year, because no one has allocated the funds for pesticide spraying. More...

St. Virgilius School Gets 3-Week Reprieve

The St. Virgilius School in Broad Channel was granted a three-week extension to meet the quota of students for September that it agreed to in its business plan last year, a spokesperson for the Brooklyn Diocese told The Wave on Wednesday. More...

Tribute Park Events Set For Saturday

Stained glass artist Patrick Clark will host two events, weather permitting, at Tribute Park on Saturday, April 8. First up is the unveiling of the park%27s dome "The Heavens Over Rockaway," scheduled to begin at noon. More...

Columnists

Broad Channel Bits

As Easter approaches, we learn that there is again the threat of closure of St. Virgilius School. Many people in the Channel thought that St. More...

An Opening And A Celebration Of Those We Remember

Paper Trail, a printmaking and paper works exhibition, explores the nature of paper and the surprisingly broad spectrum of art that can be created using this versatile medium. More...

Broad Channel Bits

As Easter approaches, we learn that there is again the threat of closure of St. Virgilius School. Many people in the Channel thought that St. More...

Sports

Can Lady Dolphins Make Leap

from page 81 Neylon is still in the process of putting together his team but he does have four players who were the foundation of a 2004-05 division title team. More...

X-Man Drives Mets To Opening Day Win

FLUSHING, NY - On the Mets first game of the season, %27X%27 marked the spot. More...

NY Hockey Report: The Case For Lundqvist

NEW YORK - Because of the lockout last year many first year players who would have been in the league were forced to make their debuts in October. Couple that with a banner freshman cop this year and 2005-06 can be considered the season of the More...

Letters

Letters

B. 116 St. Used To Signify Summer Dear Editor, More...


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