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Three-Alarm Marsh Fire Closes Addabbo Bridge

A massive marsh fire that threatened nearby homes and the Joseph P. More...

Community

Arrest Made In 1996 Rape Of Local

DNA Cold Hit Traps Rapist

A suspect has been arrested in the 1996 rape of a 48 year-old Far Rockaway woman after the man's DNA matched the samples that were taken at the crime scene eleven years ago. More...

Arrested For Rape, Evasion Of Cigarette Taxes

A Far Rockaway man was indicted in Queens Supreme Court on Monday for disparate charges including rape, committing a criminal sexual act and an attempt to evade or defeat the cigarette tax. More...

Beach Channel Park Given 'A' In Report Card

Tribute Park is proving to be a jewel in Rockaway's crown as an advocacy group has given it, and the land attached to it, the highest grade possible in a report card rating 100 of the city's neighborhood parks. More...

Sports

Bishop Kearney Honors Sports Athletic Team Captains

Bishop Kearney High School took time out to honor their sports team captains at a luncheon in the school. Photographer Ron Natoli presented athletic director Anthony Troiano with a framed 16x20 photo on behalf of the team captains. More...

Despite Elimination, Rangers Feel Best Is Yet To Come

GREENBURGH, NY - As they met with management and took their , the New York Rangers looked back at what could have been and thought of what might be on Tuesday. More...

Excitement Builds as Peninsula Cup Soccer Reaches Midseason

The legendary soccer star Pelé would be proud. Not only are the teams named Brazil performing well but the quality of play and camaraderie have been outstanding throughout the first half of the Peninsula World Cup season. More...

Obits

Obituaries

Irene Bach Nursing Home Employee

Irene Bach, a Rockaway resident for 18 years, died April 26. Bach was employed as a transporter at the Ocean Promenade Nursing Home in Rockaway Park. She was the wife of local music teacher, Sanford Bach. More...

Lifeguard Testing Situation Still Up In Air

Community Board 14 members showed a high level of frustration this week as the never-ending saga of lifeguard testing in the city continues. More...

Madelaine Chocolate Locks Out 500 Employees

In a move that stunned 175 workers coming back from their lunch hour break on Monday, Madelaine Chocolate, one of Rockaway's largest employers, locked out its workers and closed down production after workers rejected what management called " More...

Columnists

Beachcomber

Even the police have a sense of humor on occasion. A week ago, there was a report of a snake on the boardwalk in the Edgemere section of the peninsula. A patrol car responded, asking for a description. More...

Broad Channel Bits

Wishing Mothers A Day Filled With Joy

Mother's Day is almost here. Wishing all mothers- and those who are just like mothers to someone- a wonderful day, filled with happiness, joy, satisfaction, enjoyment and good times with the ones you love and who love you! More...

Cross Currents

Preparing For Summer Fun And The Hurricane Season

So many great things occur in June. When school lets out, students can begin their summer fun. More...

Editorial/Opinion

Opinions

The Latest Installment Of The 'Rockaway Ferry Tale'

Mayor Michael Bloomberg stood on the Boardwalk at Beach 126 Street on Tuesday morning and spun out the latest installment of the ongoing Rockaway Ferry Tale. More...

Editorial Comment

Money Talks More...

Letters

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