November 10, 2006 RSS feed / Front Page

Man Killed In LIE Crash

A 24-year-old Rockaway Beach man was killed last Thursday night when his car was crushed by a tractor-trailer on the Long Island Expressway in Flushing, according to published reports. More...

Community

The Quinns Remember Rockaway

City Council Speaker and Her Father Share Memories With Filmmakers

Two filmmakers working on a documentary about Rockaway's bungalows sat down last week with the Speaker of the City Council and her father for an on-camera interview at City Hall that was rich with memories and anecdotes about the peninsula's heyday. More...

Drug Awareness Seminar November 15

The Broad Channel Athletic Club and the Broad Channel Volunteer Fire Department invite parents and children from Broad Channel for the third and final drug seminar at the VFW Hall on November 15, starting at 7 p.m. More...

Stroke Screenings On November 21

Life Line Screening Radiology will be screening Rockaway residents for preventive measures against a stroke at the Elks Lodge #532, 1410 Beach Channel Drive on November 21. Appointments will begin at 9 a.m. More...

Editorial/Opinion

Opinions

We Remember Those Who Died On November 12, 2001

On this fifth anniversary of the tragic crash of American Airlines Flight 587 into the streets of Belle Harbor, we remember: More...

Editorial Comment

Vote A New Breed q who's on first q Neck and neck q More...

From the Editor's Desk

All Politics is Local! Unless it isn't. House Speaker Tip O'Neill is credited with saying the famous words that drive the conventional political wisdom. More...

Letters

Letters

The Rules Of Hurricanes Dear Editor, Last Saturday morning as I was looking out my living room window at an ominous and raging surf crashing the beach, I noted your article about the west end group suing to rid us of the dunes. More...

Flight 587 Memorial Unveiling Set For Sunday, Nov. 12

The memorial service marking the fifth anniversary of the crash of American Airlines Flight 587 will be held on Beach 116 Street the morning of Sunday, November 12, and will conclude with the unveiling of the new memorial at the southern end of the s More...

Concorde To Be Displayed At Floyd Bennett Field

Another Barge Trip For An Aviation Icon

Concorde, the supersonic jet that continually disrupted life and rattled windows on the peninsula as it flew in and out of John F. More...

Columnists

Looking Backward

What The Wave Said 20 Years Ago...

Five of fifteen subway stations that the Regional Plan Association says register the fewest paying customers on a typical weekday are in Rockaway. The designation is based on 1985 turnstile counts, adds a report published Wednesday, November 5. More...

Broad Channel Bits

Many people were out and about and soaking up the warmth from the nice days we had last week. Even though the days tend to be cooler and windier of late, the sun still shines brightly most days! More...

It's My Turn

Honoring New York's Veterans Five Years After

This year's Veterans Day is unique, as it closely follows the fifth anniversary of the September 11 attacks. More...

Sports

Dolphins Win Clinches PSAL Playoff Berth

Victor Nazario had to prepare his Beach Channel Dolphins for their last game of the PSAL regular season against a winless George Washington. The first year head coach had his share of ups and downs back at the coaching helm. More...

Adams Overtime Goal Shocks Dolphins Out Of Playoffs

There is a respect that Beach Channel varsity soccer coach Dominic Stanco and John Adams head coach Hector Alex Navarette have for each other. More...

Bishop Kearney Bounces Stella Maris From Soccer Playoffs

Stella Maris held their CHSAA soccer rivals Bishop Kearney scoreless for 60 minutes in their second round playoff matchup at the Verrazano Complex. More...

Obits

Obituaries

Ann M. Casey Homemaker

Ann M. Casey, a Rockaway resident for 40 years coming from Brooklyn, died November 5. More...


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