April 25, 2008 RSS feed / Top Stories

Council To Host Hearing On Water Costs

The Finance and Environmental Protection Committees will convene an oversight hearing on the proposed water and sewer rate increase on Monday, May 5th, at 11 a.m. in Council Chambers. More...

City's 311 Telephone System To Expand

Mayor Michael R. More...

Meeks Calls For Changes In Rockaway Postal System

Many Rockaway residents parodied the traditional postal service motto last week, turning it into a local version that says, "Whether it's rain, or snow or hail or sleet or sunshine there is one thing Rockaway residents could always count on - trou More...

Hillary Clinton: New Bill Improves Lives Of Young Cancer Survivors

Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton has introduced legislation to improve the lives of childhood cancer survivors. More...

State Dems Vote To Ban 'Tier Four' Drugs

Senate Democratic Leader Malcolm A. More...

Choice For Gateway:More Ecology,Less Development

The people have spoken on what they want to see for the development of Gateway National Recreation Area, and what they want is less development and more "open space. More...

City Sets Shred Fest To Fight Identity Theft

Consumer Affairs Commissioner Jonathan Mintz, Criminal Justice Coordinator John Feinblatt, officials from the Departments of Parks & Recreation and Sanitation and Frank Abagnale, More...

DOH Sets New Programs For 9/11 Sufferers

The Health Department today announced a new mental health benefit program for people still experiencing psychological distress or struggling with substance use as a result of the events of September 11, 2001. More...

DOS: Come Recycle Your Cell Phones

Sanitation Commissioner John J. More...

Neponsit Residents Protest Cell Tower

Mayor Grants Last Minute Reprieve to Locals

Neponsit residents and Democratic District Leader Lew Simon gather in front of 326 Beach 147 Street where the city hopes to install a cell tower on top of the light post in front of the home. More...

St.Virgilius,St.Camillus Parishes To Merge

Catholic parishes, one in Rockaway and the other in Broad Channel, will merge into one, a spokesperson for the Brooklyn Diocese told The Wave this week. "Pastor John Maloney [the St. More...

US Treasurer Attends Queens Subprime Seminar

With subprime mortgage woes hitting all over the nation, including Rockaway, community members from the 31st councilmanic district heard advice on fighting the problem from the United States Treasurer at a seminar last weekend. More...


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