November 6, 2009 RSS feed / Top Stories

Hammered In Far Rockaway Assault

A Far Rockaway man was assaulted and sent to the hospital with a broken jaw after another local with whom he was having an argument struck him with a hammer, police say. More...

'Operation Save Flipper' Moves Into High Gear

Group Wants To Keep Stella Maris Open

By all accounts, there are at least 2,000 of them and they all have one goal in mind - to "Save Flipper" and keep Stella Maris High School open. More...

LIPA Warns Against Phony Utility Workers

The Long Island Power Authority (LIPA) and National Grid are warning customers to be on alert for phony utility workers trying to gain access into their homes and personal property. More...

Nassau Detective Knew Charges Were False

Investigators are probing into claims that Nassau police officials were aware that a Far Rockaway teenager was falsely charged for a crime they knew he didn't commit, according to published reports this week. More...

Governor Tells Developers, 'Show Me The Money'

Wants $200 Million In Up-Front Money

The bidding to redevelop Aqueduct racetrack into a "racino" has taken an - other twist and turn, one that involves a basketful of money. More...

Order Election For Dayton Towers Board

Dayton Towers will soon hold an election for several members of its board of directors despite the fact that the present board was set to reelect itself without a mandated election, The Wave has learned. More...

Eight Years Later, Flight 587 Still Remembered

Relatives Expected At Memorial, Crash Site

The annual memorial service marking the eighth anniversary of the crash of American Airlines Flight 587 will once again be held on the anniversary of the tragic crash, in this year's case, on Thursday morning, November 12, at the Flight 587 Memoria More...

Crack Down On First-Time Homebuyer Tax Credit

With new reports that hundreds of thousands are illegally taking advantage of a tax credit to help get firsttime homebuyers into the housing market without actually purchasing a home, U.S. More...


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