January 12, 2007 RSS feed / Front Page

Community

New Chamber Of Commerce President Hits The Ground Running

Going Door To Door Looking For New Members

If you do business in Rockaway, chances are you're going to get to know Alan Camhi, the newly-elected president of the Chamber of Commerce of the Rockaways. More...

PHC Celebrates Corde's Retirement

Ann Corde, a Microbiology Technician at Peninsula Hospital Center, recently celebrated her retirement with friends and colleagues. More...

DA: Queens Crime Stats Down For 2006

The crime rate went down in Queens in 2006, including the critical homicide rate, the district attorney said last week. Queens District Attorney Richard A. More...

Editorial/Opinion

Opinions

Honoring The Memory of Martin Luther King

Monday, January 15 is the day we honor the memory of the great civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr. We can think of no better way to honor that memory than participating in the "March For Life" that City Councilman James Sanders, Jr. More...

Editorial Comment

War of Words ...30,000 more troops for 18 more months... More...

From The Editor's Desk

Speaking Out On The Proliferation Of Guns

This was what passes for a good week in Rockaway. There were only three "shots fired" calls on the peninsula and nobody, at least by an official count, was hit. More...

Letters

Letters

No More Credibility Dear Editor,

This letter is in response to the letter written by Mike Greenstein, printed in the January 5, 2007 issue of The Wave. More...

Bank Teller Busted For Forgery, Larceny

A Rockaway Park bank employee was arrested last week for forging a customer's name and stealing money from his account, police officials say. More...

Local Pleads Guilty In 2005 Slaying

An Edgemere man pled guilty in Queens Supreme Court on Wednesday to the 2005 shooting death of a 32-year-old father of three who he thought was having a liaison with his girlfriend. More...

Columnists

Addressing The Issues

Do Pataki And Spitzer Share The Same Speechwriter?

On Wednesday, January 3, 2007 I was one of the selected few invited to be present in Albany at the State of the State Address. As was the tradition it was delivered to a joint session of the Assembly and Senate. More...

Beachcomber

City Councilman James Sanders had us excited this week because he was actually going to address the gun violence and black on black crime problems on the Rockaway peninsula. More...

Broad Channel Bits

No Snow, But Snowflake Bingo

We have had some seasonal weather, without the snow and sandwiched between days where temperatures reach the 50's. How weird is the current weather for this time of year? Do you wish it would just get cold and stay cold? More...

Sports

High School Roundup: Teams Win With 'D'

One of the more positive aspects for the Bishop Kearney High School Lady Tigers this year has been their high scoring average. More...

Jets Knocked Out of Playoffs By Belichick's Patriots

FOXBOROUGH, MA- Novels throughout time have focused on themes relationship between the master, an all knowing and wise adult who teaches the young apprentice to learn the ways of the world. More...

Aviator Sports Complex Opens State Of Art Fitness Center

Aviator Sports and Recreation, the new mega-sports complex in Brooklyn, has announced the official opening of its state-of-the-art Performance & Fitness Center, featuring a world class design, expert trainers, innovative classes and high-tech, More...

Obits

Obituaries

Claudette Alexander Home Health Aide

Claudette Alexander, a longtime Rockaway resident, died December 27. She was 59. Alexander, a home health aide, was born on June 22, 1947 in Jamaica, West Indies. She was a member of the Geddes Town S.D.A. More...


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