September 22, 2006 RSS feed / Front Page

Girl Threatens To 'Cut Up' Family, Hits Cop

A teenage girl was arrested in Far Rockaway after she threatened to cut up two relatives with a kitchen knife and then attacked a police officer who was trying to restrain her, court records show. More...

Community

First Congregational Church Welcomes German Pastor

Welcome, Pastor Dennebaum, or as they say in German, Willkommen! More...

Third Annual Disabilities Awareness Mass

People with or without disabilities are invited to attend the third annual Disability Awareness Mass on Saturday, September 30, 4 p.m., at St. Gertrude Church in Arverne. More...

Addabbo Votes To Override Bloomberg On Gas Prices

The New York City Council, on September 13, voted to override Mayor Michael Bloomberg's veto of the Gas Pricing Bill. The legislation protects car users from gasoline price gouging. More...

Sports

Peanut Shamrocks And Bethpage Battle To The Last Minute

The BCAC Peanut Shamrocks traveled to Bethpage L.I. for a battle scheduled at high noon. Captain Steven Kenny won the coin toss and elected to receive the football. More...

BCAC Midgets Shock North Babylon On The Road

The Broad Channel Midgets football coaches told their players how tough the game against North Babylon would be. More...

Sorrentino Flag Football Signup

Signups for the fall season of the PAL/NFL/Parks and Recreation Flag Football season will continue at the Sorrentino Recreational Center. More...

Letters

Letters

Keep Dayton As Is... Affordable! Dear Editor:

From a Dayton shareholder against going private: Don't be fooled. More...

Obits

Obituaries

Edward D. Re Federal Judge, Law Professor

The Honorable Edward D. Re, a Rockaway resident for 34 years coming from Bay Ridge, Brooklyn, died September 17. More...

Diner Becomes A Bank, But When?

HSBC Bank has confirmed a rumor that has been circulating in the west end of the peninsula ever since the Sunset Diner was sold: The self-proclaimed "world's local bank" is planning to build a branch on the prime site on Beach 116 Street. More...

RMAC Festival Delivered Something For Everybody

The Rockaway Music and Arts Council (RMAC) hosted its annual Fall Festival at Riis Park last weekend. The two-day event drew nearly 10,000 people this year with sunny skies and warm temperatures. More...

Columnists

Simon says...

rd A.D. Part B It's that time of year. The Good Government Regular Democratic Club is holding our 19th Annual dinner Dance on Thursday November 16 from 7 p.m. More...

It's My Turn

Vince Castellano, the owner of Picture Perfect Properties, is a building owner, homeowner and realtor. More...

Broad Channel Bits

Last weekend and Monday were wonderful weather-wise. More...

Editorial/Opinion

Opinions

Black On Black Violence, Drugs Must Be Eradicated

One only has to read The Wave's front page in last week's edition to understand that a long-standing problem has not gone away despite the apparent renaissance that Rockaway has been undergoing for the last few years or so. More...

Editorial Comment

by Robert Sarnoff

Sunday Morning Late Edition More...

From The Editor's Desk

Nobody Asked Me, But ...

Nobody Asked Me, But ...Now that the housing boom has slowed down in a number of areas in Rockaway, can the rental market be far behind. More...


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