March 2, 2007 RSS feed / Front Page

City Wants BC Marina Out

The operator of a massive marina on acres of city-owned land in Broad Channel was temporarily evicted by the Sheriff's Office this week in an effort, the city said, to prevent further damage to adjacent marshlands and Jamaica Bay. More...

Community

Women's Economic Growth Seminar 3/10

With the message "opportunities for growth in women-owned businesses now exist like never before," State Senator Shirley L. More...

Hammels Man Gets Lucky As Attacking Pit Bull Slips On Ice

Thomas Churchwell says that he was minding his own business, walking to the One Stop grocery at 86-02 Rockaway Beach Boulevard at about 9 a.m. on February 19, when he noticed a pit bull dog standing nearby the doorway, growling at him. More...

Local Man Busted For Scamming Ocean Bay Houses

A Local former New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA) employee was arrested by the city's Department of Investigation this week, for allegedly stealing an estimated $1,500 in NYCHA funds. More...

Sports

Grady Bounces Beach Channel From Playoffs

Beach Channel came out like a lion in the first five minutes of their playoff game at home against Grady. Storming out to an 11-2 lead in the first quarter, the Dolphins were rolling. More...

Stella Maris Seniors Rise To Hoist Division II Title

Alexa Rosella and Tara Gleason weren't just going to play a regular season basketball game for Stella Maris against Catherine McAuley on Wednesday afternoon. It was much more than that. More...

Lady Seahorses PSAL Playoff Run Ends In Brooklyn

Carrying a team through a playoff run can present a burden for an experienced athlete, yet the task turns near impossible for a rookie. More...

Obits

Obituaries

Jane Cozier Homemaker

Jane Cozier, a Rockaway resident for 20 years coming from Lynbrook, died February 28. Cozier, a homemaker, was born in Manhattan. She was a parishioner of St. Camillus Church. More...

St. Patrick's Day Parade Steps Off This Saturday, March 3

The Queens St. Patrick's Day Parade will step off Saturday afternoon at 1 p.m. from Beach 129 Street and Newport Avenue. More...

NPS Launches Design Contest

If a few major foundations have their way, Gateway National Recreation Area, which shares lots of land with the Rockaway peninsula, may be heading for a major renovation that would transform it into a resource for both the region and the wor More...

Time Running Out For WTC First Responders To File

Assemblywoman Audrey I. Pheffer wants 9/11 workers and volunteers to know that the deadline to preserve the right to file for 9/11 Worker's Compensation claims is fast approaching. More...

Columnists

Looking Backward

What The Wave Said 20 Years Ago...

To honor all women who have served their country during times of armed conflict (World War I, World War II, Korea and Vietnam) with honor and dignity, Daniel M. More...

Historical Views of the Rockaways

Rockaway Beach American Steam Laundry- 1907

Recorded as the largest industrial plant in Rockaway Beach, with 76 employees, the American Steam Laundry was busiest during the ten-week summer season here on the peninsula. More...

Beachcomber

We were glad to see that parole was once again denied for Russell Carroll, who was involved in 1980 robbery that led to the tragic shooting death of Police Officer Robert Sorrentino. More...

Editorial/Opinion

Parks Department Should Be Responsive To Rockaway

In September of last year, nearly six months ago, Community Board 14 District Manager Jonathon Gaska sent a written request to the Department of Parks and Recreation, asking for details and documents pertaining to the lifeguard training and te More...

A New Vision For Gateway National Park

Rockaway residents often take the Gateway National Recreation Area for granted. It just happens to be right there. More...

Editorial Comment

"Vote The Way I Told You." More...

Letters

Letters

Officers Help Family Through Grief

The following letter was sent to Captain Neacy of the 100 Precinct and also mailed to The Wave. Dear Captain Neacy, This is a letter of commendation for Officers Griffith and Caudelaria. More...


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