April 14, 2006 RSS feed / Front Page

Resident Named To America University Dean's List

Taila Fraiman, a resident of Far Rockaway, was named to the Fall 2005 Dean's List at American University in Washington, D.C. Fraiman, a sophomore, is in the School of International Service majoring in international studies. More...

Community

Beach Channel HS Virtual Enterprise Goes To Trade Fair

Some Beach Channel High School students participated in the ninth annual Virtual Enterprises Trade Fair at the 69th Regiment Armory in Manhattan on Friday, April 7. More...

Dogwalkers Still Not Getting It

With Memorial Day fast approaching, some Rockaway residents still do not understand the sacredness and relevance of Memorial Circle, and continue to let their pets do their business on the property. More...

'Heavens Over Rockaway'Unveiled On Beautiful Sunday Afternoon

Local artist Patrick Clark unveiled his Tribute Park glass memorial titled "Heavens Over Rockaway" last Sunday, with a large crowd on hand under sunny skies. More...

Editorial/Opinion

The Final Piece In The Tribute Park Mosaic

After what seems like a decade of anticipation, Rockaway's Tribute Park is finally complete. More...

Editorial Comment

"The Tall Tail of Flight 587" More...

Letters

Letters

Shocked By Citation Dear Editor, I was shocked yesterday when I opened my mail to find a citation from the Department of Sanitation for having litter on my property. More...

Clark Unveils 'Heavens Over Rockaway'

Nearly five months after Rockaway Tribute Park was dedicated to the local residents who died in the terrorist attack on the World Trade Center in 2001, the final piece fell into place as local artist Patrick Clark unveiled his modernistic glass cupol More...

'DWI' Husband Charged In Fatal Crash

A Belle Harbor man who was allegedly intoxicated when he crashed his Lexus into a utility pole and a tree in Broad Channel - killing his wife - was indicted Tuesday on manslaughter and drunk-driving charges. More...

Columnists

Chatting with Chapey

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

Broad Channel Bits

Enjoy Easter everyone! On Friday, April 14 at 7 p.m. there will be A Night at the Races to benefit Friends in Need at the American Legion Hall in Broad Channel.Their house was destroyed by a fire. More...

From the Editor's Desk

As "riots" go in New York City, it wasn't much of a riot. More...

Sports

Yankee Fans Don't Have To Bite Their Nails Just Yet

If George Steinbrenner had his way, the Yankees would go 162-0. Now that obviously isn't going to happen, but that didn't stop the media from ratcheting up the red flag after an up-and-down start to 2006. More...

Angels Baseball Registration

The St. John Baptist Church Angels are looking for players from the ages of 4-16 years old and coaches for the upcoming Little League baseball season. More...

New York Hockey Report: Rangers Go Down The Stretch....

NEW YORK - Now it gets interesting. After being shocked by the New York Islanders on Tuesday, 3-2, the New York Rangers playoff picture is murkier when they woke up on Wednesday morning. More...

Obits

Hillard Davis Construction Worker

Hillard Davis, a longtime resident of Far Rockaway, died April 2. He was 69. More...


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