April 6, 2007 RSS feed / Front Page

Sneak Peek At New Hammel Playground

The Department of Parks and Recreation gave The Wave a sneak peek at its renovation plans for the Hammel Playground this week. More...

Community

Service Changes On A Train

Due to track work, A train service between Jay Street-Borough Hall and Utica Avenue in Brooklyn will be replaced by free shuttle bus service during several weekends. More...

Extend Student MetroCard Limits

City Council Member Joseph P. More...

Plant Tree Seedlings At Gateway 4/14

Get your hands dirty on the second Saturday of each month at Floyd Bennett Field. Friends of Gateway (FoG) is seeking volunteers to help plant hundreds of tree seedlings in four gallon pots for delivery to community groups. More...

Editorial/Opinion

From the Editor's Desk

Nobody Asked Me, But…(School Edition)

Nobody asked me, but...Everything old is new again. Chancellor Joel Klein has a great new innovation. More...

First Step Toward Teacher Tenure Reform

New Electronic System Implemented

New York City Department of Education Chancellor Joel I. Klein recently announced the first step in reforming teacher tenure, a key component of the Children First school reforms. More...

Opinions Toying With Rockaway's Road System

The military has a name for what happened in Rockaway on Thursday, March 29, but we can't print it in a family newspaper. More...

Letters

Letters

All letters submitted to The Wave, including those sent via e-mail, must contain names, addresses and phone numbers. All letters are subject to editing and publication at the discretion of the editors. More...

Cops Rushed To Hospital After Hit And Run Accident

A police car on patrol in the 101 Precinct in Far Rockaway was struck by another vehicle at approximately 1:45 p.m. on Monday, leaving the two police officers in the car injured and the other driver on the lam. More...

'Investigator' Who Raped Two Women Gets 15 Years In Prison

A registered sexual predator from our area, who posed as an investigator and "ordered" women to go with him to motel rooms where he raped them, was sentenced this week for his crimes, according to Queens District Attorney Richa More...

Columnists

Beachcomber

The Health And Hospitals Corporation Board of Directors has approved surrendering the former Neponsit Nursing Home site to New York City. That might sound strange because the HHC is a city agency, but that's the way it works. More...

Broad Channel Bits

The mercury is not straying too far from 49 degrees, which is about average for this time of year. In other parts of our country, the temperatures are seesawing from freezing all the way up to the 70's. More...

Erin On The Rox

On March 10, The Ladies Auxiliary of the Mayor's Committee held their annual St. Patrick's Day party. The festive Irish celebration included music by DJ Moe, The Breezy Point Pipe and Drum Band and the O'Malley Irish Step Dancers. More...

Sports

Spring Softball Preview: Stella Maris Aims For Title

Stella Maris has inched ever so closer in the past two years in trying to reach their goal to win the Brooklyn/ Queens CHSAA diocesan title. More...

Former BCHS Basketball Stars Reach NJCAA Championship Title Game

Two former Beach Channel High School basketball teammates, Michael Hines and Dwayne Messam, had exciting conclusions to their college basketball season. More...

New York Islanders Slim Playoff Hopes Remain Alive

UNIONDALE, NY- Perhaps all it did was delay the inevitable. More...

Obits

Obituaries

Margaret Barto Homemaker

Margaret Barto, a lifelong Rockaway resident, died April 1. Barto, a homemaker, was born in Rockaway Beach. She was preceded in death by her husband, Joseph V. and sister, Virginia Parlo. More...


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