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Visitation Friday For Lance Corporal Michael D. Glover

Funeral Mass for Fallen Hero Saturday at St. Francis de Sales

The family of Michael Dennis Glover, Lance Corporal U.S. Marine Corps Reserve of Belle Harbor, will receive friends, relatives and guests on Friday, August 25, at the Denis S. O'Connor Funeral Home, 91-05 Beach Channel Drive, from 2-5 p.m. More...

Community

'Rush Hour' Non-Existent At Some Area Subway Stops

The trash bins and platforms are both practically empty. The lack of graffiti on the walls speaks volumes. Even at 8 a.m. on a Wednesday morning, the Beach 105 Street train station is like a ghost town. More...

Cops Bust Juvenile In Edgemere Shooting

A fifteen year old Far Rockaway youth was arrested on Tuesday, August 22, on a number of charges, including robbery, criminal possession of a weapon and assault as well as a possession of a controlled substance, after he allegedly robbed four residen More...

Man Cuts Cop With Kitchen Knife

A police officer suffered a minor injury in Arverne Monday night when a suspect wielding a kitchen knife slashed his hand while resisting arrest, according to court records. More...

Sports

Roberts Scores Points In All Facets of Life

Courtney Roberts was excited to be invited to the Empire State Games, which brought together the best athletes from throughout New York State to compete in various sports in Rochester last month. More...

EL Sid Still Riding High On Mets 1986 Championship

New York Red Bulls soccer player Edson Buddle had every right to be tired. When he arrived at Beach Channel High School as part of the Action Center Expo soccer clinic last Sunday, Buddle had little sleep after arriving back in the city at 4:30 a.m. More...

Major League Soccer Star Makes Waves At Beach Channel

New York Red Bulls soccer player Edson Buddle had every right to be tired. When he arrived at Beach Channel High School as part of the Action Center Expo soccer clinic last Sunday, Buddle had little sleep after arriving back in the city at 4:30 a.m. More...

Obits

Obituaries

Michael Dennis Glover Lance Corporal, USMC

Michael Dennis Glover, a Belle Harbor resident and U.S. Marine Corps Lance Corporal Reservist, was killed in action in Fallujah, Iraq, on August 16. He was 28. More...

Four Teens Wounded In Bayswater Shooting

Cops Say Victims 'Uncooperative' With Investigators

Four teenagers suffered gunshot wounds last Friday afternoon when an unidentified shooter sprayed at least eight shots at them as they stood on a street in Bayswater, police said. More...

Mother In Frantic Search For Daughter, 16

A Far Rockaway woman who hasn't seen or heard from her 16-year-old daughter in almost a month is asking for the public's help in finding the missing girl. More...

NYC Firefighter Exam Filing Through 10/13

The New York City Fire Department recently announced the upcoming open competitive Firefighter examination. Candidates may file through October 13, 2006, with the written multiple choice exam expected to be held on Saturday, January 20, 2007. More...

Columnists

On The Beach

RP Homeowners/Residents Host Zoning Forum

For some, "it's all about the O" and for others, it's all about the dough; however, and regardless of whether you own (or rent), it is all about the Zone. More...

It's My Turn

Filling The Donut Hole

Grace-Marie Turner is president of the Galen Institute, a non-profit research organization that focuses on free-market ideas for health reform. She can be reached at P.O. Box 19080, Alexandria, VA, 22320 or More...

Notes from the High C's

Rockaway Music and Arts Council

In case anyone noticed, I missed the deadline for my column last week. As the old saying goes, AIt=s the nut behind the wheel.@ I know as much about a computer as I know what=s under the hood of my car. More...

Editorial/Opinion

Opinions

A Drunken DOT Employee With A Can Of Paint

Writing about the Department of Transportation and its obviously drunken employee who has been harassing and destroying the peninsula with his can of paint and paintbrush has become something of a tedious sport at The Wave. More...

Editorial Comment

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From the Editor's Desk

It's The Discipline, Stupid!

Every year the Department of Education follows the precedent set by its predecessor, the Board of Education by establishing a new Discipline Code for the city's public schools. More...

Letters

Letters

Who Profits From This? Dear Editor,

Though this is my first campaign to seek public office, and though so much has happened to test my faith, I owe it to the voters in this district to continue my mission of becoming the next State Senator in the 10th Senatorial District. More...


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