January 27, 2012 RSS feed / Community

American Flag Distress In West End

The American flag always flies proudly over government buildings – except at some Rockaway venues, where the flag flies in real distress. More...

Council Awards Month’s Top Cops

The 100 Precinct Community Council awarded 100 Precinct Police Officer Edward Johnson (center) with the Cop of the Month award at this week’s 100 Precinct Community Council meeting at the Knigh More...

St.Rose Of Lima Host Spelling Bee, Honor Chinese New Year

St. Rose of Lima held its Junior High Math Bee on January 23, 2012 for grades 7 and 8. Eighth-grader Shawn Griffin came in at first place and will represent the school at the Diocesan Math Bee. More...

SJEH Names Director Of Medical Education

St. John’s Episcopal Hospital has named Albert J. Strojan III, DO, Director of Medical Education, Osteopathic Programs. Dr. More...

Proposed Cross Bay Bridge Discount Celebrated

Politicians and local leaders celebrated the proposed end to the toll on the Cross Bay Bridge for Rockaway and Broad Channel residents this past Sunday. More...

First Snowfall Of 2012 Packs A Small Punch

This picture of the Rockaway boardwalk at Beach 126 Street was taken at the height of a relatively small snowstorm which marked our first snowfall of 2012. Photo by Joe D’Aleo. More...

Beach 126 Street Penguins Plunge On NewYear’s Day

A handful of brave penguins took to the freezing water on January 1, at 10 a.m., off of Beach 126 Street. More...

Goldfeder Attends St. Patty’s Fundraiser

Assemblyman Phil Goldfeder speaks with local residents at the Annual Hearts and Shamrock Dance at St. Camillus to benefit the Queens County St. Patrick’s Day Parade and Cultural Committee. The Queens County St. More...

‘Everyday Heroes’ Spotlights Rotary Program

“Everyday Heroes,” a weekly half hour show about average people in and around New York and Long Island who perform heroic acts of kindness that improves the lives of others in their own community and around the world will premier at 12:30 More...

St. Savior Announces Scholarships

This week a select group of eighth-graders who have been accepted into St. Saviour High School received scholarships. These students and their parents attended a dinner at the school, where they met current students and faculty. More...

City Sets An Ap For City Streets

The City Council has set legislation that requires the Department of Transportation to post on its website the current rating for city streets, as well as when stretches of those streets were last resurfaced or received capital improvement. More...


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