April 21, 2006 RSS feed / Front Page

Community

Councilman Addabbo Hosts Spring 'Egg'citing Hunt

Councilman Addabbo Jr. held a Spring Egg Hunt on Saturday, April 15 for children and More...

Entrepreneurs Check Out New Flea Market Location

Residents of the Rockaways and surrounding areas came to Beach 17 Street and Seagirt Boulevard to sign up as vendors for the new open air Seaside Flea Market on Tuesday morning. Greeted by Councilman James Sanders, Jr. More...

P.S 253 Celebrates Crazy Hat Day And Dress Down Day

From hand-made hats to plastic cowboy hats and from baseball caps to princess crowns, all the students at P.S 253 enjoyed showing off their crazy hats on Crazy Hat and Dress down day. Mrs. Fiore and Mrs. Cabbell are happy to read to Pk-109 students. More...

Editorial/Opinion

Isn't It Time To Do Something About Gun Violence?

Even a cursory look at The Wave's front pages this year will tip you off to the fact that Rockaway has a gun problem. More...

Editorial Comment

Give Me your tired, your poor, your gardeners, More...

Letters

Letters

Give Your Shirt Dear Editor,

In regards to Teresa Quinn McCloskey's recent comments regarding the altar and Mike Benn. More...

Obits

Henry Michael Hall Presser

Henry Michael Hall, a Rockaway resident for over 30 years, died April 12. He was 57. More...

Locals Dispute NYPD Version Of Melee

At least one of the people arrested at the melee reported on the front page of last week's edition of The Wave as well as some witnesses to the event have come forward to say that the official New York City Police Department version is in error. More...

Calls To Reopen AA 587 Probe

Pols, Pilots, Family Members Prod NTSB

Recent mishaps involving Airbus A-300 series aircraft have prompted a diverse group of politicians, pilot groups and family members of the victims to ask for a reopening of the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) investigation into the cause More...

Columnists

Dorothy Dunne

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

Broad Channel Bits

Recent days have been filled with sunshine. Some strong gusts of wind have been blowing hairdos around, whipping telephone wires and bounding through the budding tree branches. More...

More Parking Spaces Added To The Center Parking On The Beach Side

This is all that was done in the early 1930's on Beach 116 Street to improve the parking problem. Lines were painted in the center of the street to allow two rows of parked cars, parked as the driver saw fit. More...

Sports

Dejected Rangers Look For Playoff Salvation In Swamp

NEW YORK - The look on Michael Nylander's face after the Rangers lost to the Ottawa Senators, 5-1, told the whole story. More...

Martinez' 200th Win Was A Sweet One For Shea Faithful

FLUSHING, NY - When Pedro Martinez woke up Monday morning, he knew that would be the day. More tranquil than usual, he felt something which would give him his 200th win. More...

Cyclones 2006 Single Game Tickets Go On Sale

Summer is just around the corner-which means that another fun-filled season of Brooklyn baseball is almost here! Opening Day and other single game tickets for the Brooklyn Cyclones' 2006 season will go on sale at 9 a.m. More...


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