April 27, 2007 RSS feed / Front Page

Local Woman Injured In DWI Accident

For Gail Rhodes, her typical day ended at 2:35 p.m. on Saturday, April 21, when she was hit by a car as she stepped out of her Pontiac automobile at Beach Channel Drive and Beach 53 Street. More...

Community

Addabbo Supports Volies In National Essay Contest

City Councilman Joseph Addabbo, Jr., who represents the western end of the Rockaway peninsula visited the Rockaway Point Volunteer Firehouse on Wednesday to show his support for them in relation to a national contest in which the volies are on More...

Local Arrested For Scamming Tow Lot Operator

A Far Rockaway man has been arrested by the city's Department of Investigations for allegedly using a forged City marshal's payment receipt to trick a Queens tow-yard clerk into releasing his 2006 Nissan Altima, which the marshal had towed for More...

SJEH Names Sealy Employee Of The Month

Patient Care Assistant Charles Sealy was awarded the honor of Employee of the Quarter at St. John's Episcopal Hospital. Sealy, who has worked at the Hospital for 10 years, is a mainstay of the Psychiatric Emergency Department. St. More...

Editorial/Opinion

Opinions

The Dunes Did It, And Now They Should Cover The Beachfront

The old saying, "The proof is in the pudding," was never truer than what happened on Rockaway's beaches as a result of the Nor'easter that hit the peninsula on April 15. More...

A Failure To Listen To The Voice Of The People

It was nice of city officials from the Metropolitan Transportation Agency (MTA) and the Department of Traffic (DOT) to come to Broad Channel on Tuesday night for a special meeting of the City Council's Transportation Committee. More...

Editorial Comment

by Robert Sarnoff

Dune its job! More...

Obits

Obituaries

Jeannette Louise Anderson Teacher's Assistant

Jeannette Louise Anderson, a longtime Rockaway resident, died April 19. She was 69. Anderson, a teacher's assistant, was born in Brooklyn on April 13, 1938. More...

Floating Suitcase Spurs Two-State Investigation

A suitcase found floating in Jamaica Bay by a Broad Channel resident might well hold crucial evidence in a high-profile home invasion case in Connecticut, local police sources say. More...

Two People Shot At Local Housing Complex

Police are investigating a shooting incident on Tuesday afternoon that left two residents of a city housing complex in Edgemere with gunshot wounds to their extremities. More...

Columnists

Beachcomber

At three minutes and four seconds after 2 a.m. on May 6, the time and date will be 02:03:04 05/06/07. This will never happen again, according to Wave columnist Marilyn Gelfand, who sent us the information. More...

Broad Channel Bits

It's Spring And All's Right With The World

Nice weather has been the word since the nor'easter blew over our heads with all of its rain, and then left town. It is so nice to be able to stroll through the neighborhood and see friends out and about. More...

Cross Currents

Celebrating Moms, Military Personnel And Their Families

As a mom and now a grandmother, no day brings me more joy than celebrating Mother's Day with my immediate family. More...

Sports

High School Roundup: BCHS Crowned Tennis Champs

Last year, the losses and the long travel were some of the factors that added up to a dismal 0-12 tennis season for the Beach Channel men's team. One year later, the tide has turned. More...

Pepper Steppers Compete In State Double-Dutch Championship

The speedy Stan's Pepper Steppers, representing the Sorrentino Recreational Center, will compete at the American Double Dutch League City/ State Double-Dutch Championship. More...

Open High School Basketball Tryouts For Empire State Games

Any New York City high school basketball player who is looking for some competition during the summer is invited to try out for The Empire State Games. 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...


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