June 6, 2008 RSS feed / Community

Falcon Chicks Debut At Marine Parkway Bridge

Newborn Peregrine falcon chicks spent their first hours in a cozy nest, atop the south tower on the Queens side of the Marine Parkway-Gil Hodges Memorial Bridge. More...

Floyd Bennett Field to Host 'Gateway to Nations'

The Red Hawk Native American Arts Council presents "Gateway to Nations," a Native American Heritage Celebration. This weekend Floyd Bennett Field will become the largest Native American Community in New York. More...

The Kearney Girls Are Graduates of 2008

Chris and Tim Kearney proudly announce the graduations of their daughters, Allison and Clare. Allison graduated from the University of Scranton with a Bachelor of Science degree in Health Services. More...

Locals Earn Degrees From SUNY New Paltz

Seven local residents have recently received degrees from the State University of New York at New Paltz. The commencement ceremony occurred on May 18, 2008 on the college campus. More...

Faulhaber Graduates From Buffalo University

Tina Marie Faulhaber, formally of Rockaway, has graduated from Buffalo University with a Bachelor of Science in Chemistry. Faulhaber will pursue a master's degree in education at Hofstra University. She plans to teach high school chemistry. More...

All Star Project Holds Rally At City Hall

In response to the Far Rockaway shootings, the All Stars held a rally at City Hall on Wednesday, May 28. They demanded that Mayor Bloomberg take action. Pictured from left to right are Antoine Joyce, Development Officer, All Star Project; Pamela A. More...

PHC Angels On The Bay Receives Donation From P.S. 105 Penny Harvest

The children in one of P.S. 105's first grade classes recently visited Peninsula Hospital Center's Angels on the Bay Pediatric Unit, bearing a Penny Harvest donation of $1,000! More...

RAA Presents Good and Plenty:A Multi-faceted Exhibition

The Rockaway Artists Alliance (RAA) presents "Good and Plenty": an exhibition of the best of RAA, an Art Auction and a Russian Folk Art exhibition. More...

Redfern Residents Rally To Take Back Their Complex

Residents and supporters of those who live in Redfern Houses take the first step in reclaiming their development Wednesday evening as they march from the area where Brandon Bethea, 15, was shot on May 17 to the Elephant Park on the complex. More...

Taco Eating Contest Win To SFDS 6th Graders

Members of the St. Francis de Sales 6th grade basketball team celebrate Mike Buckley's "Taco Eating Contest" win. This event has become a tradition of Coach Tom Lee's teams over the years. More...

GNRA To Host Weekend Events June 7/8

Gateway National Recreation Area's Jamaica Bay Wildlife Refuge will host two events this weekend. There will be a two hour guided nature walk at Plumb Beach on Saturday, June 7 at 10 a.m. More...

Liz Is A Librarian

On Thursday, May 29, 2008, Liz Guarino, who is a Wave columnist, received a Master of Library Science degree from Queens College of the City University of New York. More...

FEMA Advises On Hurricane Protection

Hurricane Season 2008 began last week, and the U.S. Department of Homeland Security's Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) wants residents living in hurricane prone areas to get serious and be prepared now. More...

Flag Rules And Frequently Asked Questions

What is a Flag? More...

Care During Emergencies Extended To Pets

An evacuation plan for both owners and their pets during a disaster has now been created under the collaboration of the American Red Cross and United Animals Nations. More...

JASA Visits Central Park's Conservancy Garden

JASA Roy Reuther Senior Center took a guided tour of new American Art during the Biennial Exhibition at the Whitney Museum on Tuesday, May 13. More...

The McLoughlin Family's Newest Addition

Sheri McLoughlin of Rockaway Park is proud to announce the arrival of her granddaughter, Ava-Eileen Abeni McLoughlin, born on May, 14 at 6:09 p.m. at St. Charles Hospital in Port Jefferson, New York. More...

Margaret Skellington Retires

The Bishop MacLean Episcopal Nursing Home celebrated the retirement of Margaret Skellington, a 20 year employee of Episcopal Health Services. More...

Pheffer Honors Retirement of Captain Civelia

Captain John Civelia of Howard Beach was presented with a proclamation and honored by Assemblywoman Audrey I. Pheffer upon the occasion of his retirement from the New York State Unified Court System. More...

Possum Running Wild Through Rockaway Beach

Police found themselves literally chasing after a three-foot-long possum running wild through the parking lot of NSA Supermarket on Wednesday morning around 11 a.m. More...

RDRC's 22nd Annual Tribute And Awards Dinner Honors Many

The Rockaway Development and Revitalization Corporation (RDRC) held its 22nd annual gala on May 21, 2008. The gala aims to benefit its Employment Services Program. Peninsula and St. John's Episcopal Hospitals were both honored with the Joseph W. More...

St.Francis De Sales Chapter Of NJHS

best interests when it concerns safety. Both hospitals received average scores in the patient safety indicator categories. More...

SJEH Names Higgins As Nurse Manager

Denise G. Higgins, RN, BSN, MS, has been named nurse manager of the Emergency Department by St. John's Episcopal Hospital. Ms. Higgins has worked as assistant nurse manager of the Emergency Department since 2006. More...

St.John's Episcopal Hospital Sets 'Core Values,'Expectations

John's Episcopal Hospital's administration has set a goal of cultivating a culture of excellence among staff and physicians to better serve patients. More...


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