November 30, 2012 RSS feed / Front Page

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Social Security Administration Commissioner: Beware Of Scams

Michael Astrue, the Commissioner of the nation’s Social Security Administration had just taken a long look at the agency’s facility on Rockaway Beach Boulevard and Beach 113 Street when The Wave caught up to him. More...

Maloney Updates On 101 Precinct Post-Sandy

Captain Speaks Exclusively To Wave

As the recovery from the super-storm that hit the northeast contin-ues, Captain Kevin Maloney – the commanding officer of the 101 Pre-cinct – updated residents at Novem-ber’s Precinct Community Council meeting about what is being do More...

Four Area Libraries Sustain Extensive Storm Damage

They are places for people to meet, have some quiet time reading a book, work on resumes, search the Internet for jobs, or for young people to do homework. They are our libraries. More...

Entertainment/Lifestyles

MovieScope

POST SANDY: FLEEING TO “FLIGHT”

Seven days after Hurricane Sandy, I was getting used to life in a medieval dungeon: no light, little food, cold water. More...

Linda Eder At Westbury December 22

Linda Eder brings her highly acclaimed Holiday Show to the NYCB Theatre at Westbury on Saturday, December 22 at 8 p.m. More...

Editorial/Opinion

A Thank You From The People Of Rockaway

Like most Rockaway residents the great majority of the Wave staff decided to hang tough and remain in their homes for the duration of Superstorm Sandy. More...

EDITORIAL COMMENT

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Letters

No Generators For Some

Dear Editor, Much happened to New York during the hurricane almost four weeks ago. Many people are without homes to live in: many are still without lights, heat and hot water. More...

Future Problems From Sandy

Dear Editor, More...

Community

Scholars’ Set For January 2 Opening

Thugs Hit School for IPads, Computers

With the reopening of PS/MS 114 on Beach 134 Street on Tuesday, Scholars’ Academy on Beach 104 Street remains the only west end public school that is still closed. More...

Team Rubicon Thanks Scholars’ Academy

Team Rubicon, a storm relief group made up of ex-military members recently came to the present Brooklyn home of the Scholars’ Academy to thank students for their warm reception in Rockaway. More...

North Shore/LIJ Van At BC

Members of the North Shore-LIJ mobile medical van have been visiting Broad Channel, and Long Beach in Nassau County to offer free medical are to locals whose lives were decimat-ed by Hurricane Sandy. More...

School News

Report Cards For Rockaway High Schools

Two Rockaway schools received high report card grades this week when schools chancellor, Dennis Walcott, released annual progress reports for more than 500 high schools. Elementary and middle school report cards were issued more than a month ago. More...

Columnists

Dorothy Dunne

WE WAVE BACK TO YOU! Yes, we were sent under with SANDY and it did take the breath out of us, waterlogged us, destroyed homes and businesses. BUT, not our spirit and WE SURVIVED! More...

Simon says...

Oh my God. What is going on? My heart goes out to each and everyone of my neighbors, friends, constituents and family, We never in a million years expected anything like this. More...

New Kid On The Boardwalk

A Storm Cannot Stop Our Progress, Nor Silence Our Commitment

By Jack Lund, President and CEO of the YMCA of Greater New York More...

Obits

Justina Kraft

Registered Nurse

Justina Kraft, a Rockaway Beach resident, died peacefully on November 22, in a hospice facility located in Suffolk County. More...

Alice P. Lynch

Former Resident

Alice P. Lynch, a former Rockaway Beach resident, died November 21. Lynch lived in Rockaway Beach most of her life where she raised her sons prior to relocating to Walton, New York in 2005. She was born on February 27, 1948 in Brooklyn, New York. More...


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