February 9, 2007 RSS feed / Front Page

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DOS Worker To Take The Plunge For Cystic Fibrosis

A six-year veteran of the New York City Department of Sanitation is looking to help raise awareness of cystic fibrosis by participating in the 7th Annual 'Take the Plunge for Cystic Fibrosis' on Beach 126 Street in Belle Harbor on Saturday, Fe More...

Local Woman Busted For Prostitution

Approached Several Male Drivers In South Jamaica

A Far Rockaway woman who was observed by police as she approached several cars driven by men was arrested for loitering for purposes of prostitution late last month, court records show. More...

Saunders Named To Rensselaer Dean's List

Charity G. Saunders, a Far Rockaway resident, has been named to the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Dean's List for the Fall 2006 semester. More...

Sports

Injuries, Academics Stun BCHS Basketball

The smiles were plastered on the faces of the Beach Channel boys' varsity team all season. In their conversion to the PSAL 'AA" Division, they had handled themselves with aplomb and vigor in getting out to an 11-3 regular season record. More...

Darius Gabriel Hits the Big Baskets At Winchendon Prep

There is so much excitement coursing through the veins of Darius Gabriel that it could replace the blood that flows through his 17 year old body. More...

SFDS CYO Girls Triumph To Advance To Final Four

The Girls Diocesan playoffs were contested this past weekend with spots in the quarterfinals at stake. The weekend was a rousing success for St. Francis. The Novice girls triumphed over St. More...

Letters

Letters

Thanks PHC Dear Editor, My brother, age 47, was taken by ambulance on New Years Day to Peninsula General Hospital's ER in a severe state of dehydration, delirium and immobility. More...

Obits

Obituaries

Rosalyn Lillian Keegan Former Resident, Peninsula Worker

Rosalyn Lillian Keegan, a former Belle Harbor resident who worked at Peninsula Hospital Center, died at home from sudden pancreatic cancer on January 14. More...

Drug Sweep Nets 42 At Hammels

Forty-two alleged drug dealers were arrested at the Hammel Houses recently as investigators wrapped up a four-month investigation during which undercover officers bought crack, cocaine, heroin, oxycodone and marijuana nearly 150 different ti More...

Columnists

The Brag Bag

Congratulations to: Amanda and Ray Agoglia's daughter, Jackie, who's spending the semester studying in Barcelona, Spain. More...

On The Beach

Extend Your Kindness, Extend Your Health

Ever extend a kind gesture or go out of your way to offer a truly selfless deed and notice how good it makes you feel? More...

Simon says...

Saddened By Some Deaths

Commentary From the Desk of Lew M. Simon, Democratic District Leader, 23 rd A.D. Part B As we sit and write our column I still feel emotionally distraught about the 11th anniversary of my mom's death. More...

Editorial/Opinion

Build, Or Get Off The Plot

It was a year ago this week that Steve Good, the owner of the Rockaway Sunset Diner, announced that he was closing down the last diner in Rockaway. More...

Editorial Comment

by Elgin Bolling More...

From The Editor's Desk

FRHS Class Of 1957 - Fifty Years And Counting

When the Email came from Linda Stone, FRHS Class of '57 that the class will be holding a reunion on June 23, I did a double-take. More...


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