May 5, 2006 RSS feed / Front Page

Salowski Transferred From 101 Precinct

Deputy Inspector Walter Salowski, who led the 101 Precinct to improved community relations and lower crime numbers, was reassigned to a new role within the NYPD this week. More...

Rotary Run Draws 200 Runners To Rockaway Boardwalk

Nearly 200 runners stepped off on the boardwalk from Beach 116 Street on Sunday. The Rockaway Rotary Ocean Run, sponsored by Sweet 'N Low, has become the premier local run. More...

Community

NY Housing Authority Garden Workshop For Kids

McKinley Hightower-Beyah, of the Hamer-Campos Farmer's Market in Rockaway, took part in the New York City Housing Authority's (NYCHA) "Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day" on Thursday, April 27. More...

PHC Honors Volunteers At Annual Luncheon

Peninsula Hospital Center hosted its annual Volunteer Appreciation Luncheon last week in conjunction with this year's National Volunteer Week. More...

...Names Bosa To Head Family Health Center

Vincent Bosa has been named Administrator of the Family Health Center at Peninsula Hospital Center. More...

Editorial/Opinion

Federal Legislators Are Puppets For Gun Lobby

You would think that the federal government would want people with illegal guns to be caught and punished. If you think that, however, you are wrong. More...

Editorial Comment

'Nine Trillion Dollar Deficit!" More...

From the Editor's Desk

I was going to continue my series about school problems this week, but something more compelling came up and that will have to wait until next week. More...

Hot, Smoky Fire Hits Bay Towers

A Hot, smoky fire at 320 Beach 100 Street in the Bay Towers housing complex forced many residents from the building on Thursday afternoon as firefighters, police, and emergency medical workers cleared the area and the building. More...

Plan To Narrow Shore Front Pkwy

The Department of Transportation next Tuesday will unveil a plan to permanently reduce Shore Front Parkway to one traffic lane in each direction, according to a local source with contacts at the agency. More...

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Columnists

From The Artists Studio

Rockaway Artists Alliance Nature And The Women

Opening this weekend in sTudio 6 Gallery, Rockaway Center for the Arts at Fort Tilden, is More...

Dorothy Dunne

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

Broad Channel Bits

The warm weather feels wonderful. It is a great time of year-not too hot, not too cool. Enjoying the warmth of the sun feels especially good of late-invigorating and energizing. More...

Sports

Some Blueshirts May Find New Homes Next Year

GREENBURGH, NY - It was a melancholy day. On Monday, the New York Rangers packed their bags and reflected on a season gone right and a playoff series that went wrong. More...

Jets Rebuild One (Offensive ) Line At A Time

HEMPSTEAD, N.Y.-Inside the Jets' draft headquarters at Weeb Ewbank Hall, it came down to an interesting dilemma for the team's front office. More...

Aviator Complex To Host FDNY-NYPD Game

The 34th annual FDNY-NYPD Fun City Football Bowl game will be the centerpiece for the sneak preview opening of the new Aviator Sports Complex at Floyd Bennett Field in Brooklyn on May 20 at 3 p.m. More...

Letters

Letters

Questions For ABTS

I live in Dayton Towers, which is located next to the development you are now building in Arverne. More...

Obits

Obituaries

Armando Arzadon Registered Nurse

Armando Arzadon, a resident of Inwood, died April 23. He was 56. More...

Jets, Giants Make 2006 NFL Draft Interesting

It had the usual dramatic moments and surprises. The 2006 NFL Draft was force-fed to fans virtually everyday on ESPN for weeks so by the time the big day came, it was almost anti-climactic. More...


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