January 22, 2010 RSS feed / Top Stories

Pheffer: DOE Breaking Law In BCHS Closing

Assemblywoman Audrey Pheffer believes that the Department of Education has violated the new school governance law, by the letter and spirit of the law, in the way that its officials have handled the phase-out and closing of Beach Channel High School More...

Proprietor Denied Liquor Store License

A liquor store that was set to be situated within a block of a house of worship and a day care center – in violation of New York State Liquor Authority regulations – was denied a license to operate, The Wave has learned. More...

Weiner Wants Foreign Parking Debts Paid To City

Representative Anthony Weiner, a member of the House Judiciary Crime Subcommittee, has unveiled a new study showing that 180 foreign nations owe New York City $18 million in parking tickets. Rep. More...

Notify New York City Expands To Schools

Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg, Office of Emergency Management (OEM) Commissioner Joseph F. More...

St. John's Teen Busted On Assault Charge

One teen resident of the St. John’s Residence for Boys assaulted another on Wednesday night, punching him in the face and then kicking him while he was down, police records show. More...

Brown Will Appeal Bellamy Decision

Angered At ‘Affront to Law Abiding People’

Queens District Attorney Richard Brown used unusually strong language to categorize the Thursday decision of Judge Joel Blumenfeld allowing convicted murderer Kareem Bellamy to remain free while awaiting a new trial. More...

Missing Autistic Teen Found

Thomas Hodges, the missing autistic 19-year-old who disappeared from his home at 146 Beach 59 Street in the Ocean Village complex sometime around 7 a.m. on Monday, January 18, has been found in lower Manhattan. More...

Four Car Accident Hospitalizes Five

Five people were taken to St. John's Episcopal Hospital after a four car accident occurred at the intersection of Seagirt Boulevard and Beach 19 Street last Saturday at approximately 11 a.m. More...

Fatal Construction Accidents Drop

New York City Buildings Commissioner Robert LiMandri has announced an 84 percent decrease in fatal construction-related accidents in New York City in 2009 when compared to the previous year. More...


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