April 20, 2007 RSS feed / Front Page

Nor'easter Brings Driving Rain, Raging Waves

Last weekend's Nor' easter was predicted to be one of the worst in recent history and, even though it didn't meet that billing, it created many problems on the peninsula and left some roads flooded and many beaches severely eroded. More...

Community

Citizenship Application Event April 20

New York City residents are invited to a free citizenship application assistance event at the York College Academic Core Atrium, 94-20 Guy R. More...

Daffodils Bloom To Honor Those Lost

The ladies of The Belle Harbor Garden Club and The Shore Garden Club are reminding residents of the symbolism behind the thousands of daffodils now blooming in the neighborhood. More...

Huntley Visits 'Democracy In Crisis' TV Show

Freshman State Senator Shirley L. Huntley (10th District) recently appeared on the popular live call-in public affairs show "Democracy In Crisis" broadcast on QPTV's Channel 34. More...

Editorial/Opinion

USPS Should Investigate Peninsula's Post Offices

The saga at the Far Rockaway Post Office, which has been chronicled on the front page of The Wave for the past two weeks, may seem like a soap opera to many, but it has its serious side. Delivering the mail is a serious task. More...

Editorial Comment

by Robert Sarnoff

"CBS, CNBCYA" More...

Punish The Tale-Tellers

In recent years, many high-profile cases have highlighted the fact that people have made false accusations about others, causing them long-term pain and even incarceration. More...

Obits

Obituaries

Elaine Bilinkoff BCHS Aide

Elaine Bilinkoff, a Rockaway resident and school aide at Beach Channel High School, died peacefully in her sleep on April 12. More...

Arrest Made In November Homicide

A 15-year-old Arverne youth was arrested Monday in connection with the shooting death of a teenager inside the lobby of a building in the sprawling Ocean Bay Houses in Far Rockaway last November. More...

Major Transportation Hearing Tuesday

It's put up or shut up time for Rockaway and Broad Channel residents who have gripes about mass transit or other transportation issues. More...

Columnists

Beachcomber

Two long-time Rockaway women passed from the scene in recent weeks. They were active in the community and in their religious institutions and we would be remiss not to note their passing. More...

Broad Channel Bits

Better Weather Coming To Broad Channel

By the time you see this it will be sunny- hopefully- and in the 50's! After the weather we had this past Sunday, it would certainly be welcome. More...

Dorothy Dunne

Waters Rise, But Hearts Don't Sink

+ 12:00 noon on UHF Chs. 35 & 26 Monday - Friday God was good to us. We must be doing something right to escape with so little harm from the recent Northeaster that blew onto our shores. More...

Sports

United Basketball Initiative Shoots For Success

Jeff Wilder works with children every day as a teacher at MS 105 in Edgemere. At 3 p.m., when the school kids has finally been dismissed, Wilder's interaction with the children doesn't end. More...

Adams Penalty Goal Defeats Beach Channel

Pauleen H. Geffrard had a lot to celebrate in the first half as her goal put Beach Channel ahead of their division rival John Adams 1-0 on Wednesday afternoon. More...

Youth Served As Fisheads Bow to Anchors In Rugby Play-Off

For 65 minutes last Saturday at Aviator field, it appeared as if the veteran Rockaway Fisheads Rugby Club might turn back the clock on Father Time. More...

Letters

Letters

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