May 4, 2007 RSS feed / Front Page

AA Quest For Gynecological Records Termed 'Outrageous'

Airline Seeks Records For Daughter Of AA 587 Victim

The family of a woman killed in the crash of American Airlines Flight 587 is outraged over the airlines' request for the gynecological records of the victim's daughter, who was safe on the ground-and just 16 years old-when her mother perishe More...

Community

Bomb Scare Empties Far Rockaway School

An anonymous call spurred an evacuation of a Far Rockaway middle school Tuesday morning, sending all of the students into the chill for several hours. More...

TLC Responds To Story Of Car Service Suspension

"The law is the law," says Allan Fromberg, the Deputy Commissioner for Public Affairs for the city's Taxi and Limousine Commission (TLC)." We have an obligation to make sure that [taxi and car services] do not negatively impact the community More...

Arverne Library Book Club Meeting May 7

Discussion On The Measure Of A Man

Arverne Public Library and the Queens UFT (United Federation of Teachers) will continue their book discussion group with the New York Times bestseller The Measure of a Man by Sidney Poitier. More...

Sports

Gray Beards Host Charity Basketball Event At SFDS

The Gray Beards basketball team was happy to host the Harlem MagicMasters in a charity basketball game at St. Francis De Sales Gymnasium on April 21. More...

101 Pct. Represents Queens In Cops and Kids Tourney

After winning the championship trophy for Queens County, members of the 101 Precinct's Cops and Kids basketball team went to Staten Island earlier this month to bring the citywide championship home to Far Rocaway and the borough of Q More...

RBVL Holds Final Pre-Season Volleyball Meeting

The Rockaway Beach Volleyball League held their final pre-season meeting at the Kerry Hills Pub in preparation for the upcoming summer session. More...

Peninsula Hospital Ranks Poorly In Hospital Study

Peninsula Hospital Center earned poor grades last week in an annual report card issued by two nonprofit coalitions that rate all hospitals across the state. More...

CB14 'Concerned' With Firehouse's Future Use

The community board is throwing water on the city's idea of using the site of the decommissioned firehouse in Edgemere for more housing. More...

Columnists

Beachcomber

The shopping area on Rockaway Beach Boulevard between Beach 108 Street and Beach 116 Street has always played second-fiddle to the Beach 116 Street shops, but now the area is becoming more upscale with the inclusion of a new children's shop and More...

Broad Channel Bits

Summer Activities On Tap

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...

Addressing The Issues

Heartshare: 25 Years of Exemplary Community Service

Heartshare Human Services has been giving outstanding service to our children for 25 years. More...

Editorial/Opinion

Opinions

The Education Department Treats Parents Not As Partners, But As Mushrooms

There was a time when parents had a real say in the education of their children. More...

Editorial Comment

by Robert Sarnoff

"Going Postal" 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...

Obits

Obituaries

Kathleen L. Brantley Registered Nurse

Kathleen L. Brantley, a Rockaway resident for seven years coming from Brooklyn, died April 28. Brantley, a Registered Nurse, was born in County Leitrim, Ireland. Brantley was preceded in death by her husband, Karl. More...


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