October 13, 2006 RSS feed / Front Page

October Is Lupus Awareness Month

State Senator Malcolm A. More...

Community

PS 43 Students Join In Beach Cleanup

Students, parents and staff of PS 43, in conjunction with the American Littoral Society and the Rockaway Waterfront Alliance, took part in a fall cleanup collecting 1500 pounds of garbage on Rockaway's beach last week. More...

Health And Safety Training On The Rock

A Health and Safety Training program for licensed family or group daycare providers and individuals who are applying for their license will be available in Far Rockaway. More...

Registration Deadline 11/3 For December ACT Test

College bound high school students can take the ACT college admissions exam on December 9, 2006, the next national test date. More...

Sports

Mceachin, Dolphins Run Wild On Erasmus Hall

Tyrek Mceachin did not take part in a Beach Channel football players' only meeting held the day before their crucial matchup at Erasmus Hall Field last Saturday afternoon. More...

H.S. Roundup: Beach Channel Kicks Adams From Top Spot

Two of the better Queens' soccer programs have acknowledged that it will come down to their matchups this season that will decide the PSAL Queens B1 division crown. More...

Columbus Day Action for Sorrentino Flag Football

The Sorrentino/PAL/NFL/Parks and Recreation Flag Football League continued their season with Columbus Day action at O' Donohue Park on Beach 17 Street. More...

Letters

Letters

It Takes Teamwork To Build A Memorial

Dear Editor, It was nice to meet you on Friday 9/22 around 11:00 on the premises of the project at Beach 116 Street for the Flight 587 Memorial. More...

Errant Auto Turns Eatery Into 'Drive In'

Man Loses Control As Auto Jumps B. 116 Street Center Mall

A 77-year-old Rockaway man who had just picked up his wife at Tudor Nails on Beach 116 Street on Sunday says that he suddenly found that his car's accelerator was stuck in the down position and that he was heading for a restaurant across the street. More...

Plan To Reconstruct Shore Front Pkwy Public Input Will Be Sought, Dept. of Transportation Says

Shore Front Parkway is slated for a thorough reconstruction - using not just paint but concrete and asphalt this time - and two city agencies are going to collaborate with the community to determine what changes will be made, The Wave has learned. More...

Columnists

The Brag Bag

Congratulations to Charlie and Diana Kinzie, who just moved into their new home after extensive renovations. What a great job - it looks terrific. All this and a baby on the way! Belated birthday wishes to Diana! More...

Focus On Financial Affairs

Long-Term Investing: The Tax Advantage

Under current tax laws, if you hold an investment for less than a year and realize a gain when you sell, you will be taxed on the gain at your ordinary income tax rate. If you sell after 12 months, your long-term capital gains tax rate will be 15%. More...

From The Right

A Vietnam Veteran and Iraq

It was forty years ago yesterday, October 12 1966, that Bill Terlik reported for duty with the United States Army at Fort Hamilton, Brooklyn. More...

Editorial/Opinion

Opinions It's All A Question of Finding Seats For New Students

There is a quiet crisis building on the Rockaway peninsula that has nothing to do with guns and drugs, lifeguards and beach access, lines painted on the roadway or new cell towers. More...

Editorial Comment

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From the Editor's Desk

Nobody Asked Me, But ... (What's The World Coming to Edition)

...Teacher Sydney McGee, an art teacher with 28 years in the classroom, took her fifth grade classes to the Dallas Museum of Art, one of the most highly respected museums in the nation. More...

Obits

Obituaries

Lillian Seabrook Griffin Director of Nursing, More...


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