February 8, 2013 RSS feed / Top Stories

Locals Raise Concerns At Sandy Town Hall

It was standing room only at the Knights of Columbus Hall last week as elected representatives from the city and state attended a Sandy Recovery Town Hall Meeting hosted by State Senator Malcolm Smith. More...

Sandy, Disasters and Taxes

Residents of the Rockaways, Broad Channel and other areas hit by hurricane Sandy will be facing a new disaster related issue this year: taxes. More...

A Ferry Good Option For Commuters

New Intern Samples Seastreak

“There’s no other travel experience like it” – that’s the view of Samantha Dawson; passenger and daily commuter on the new Seastreak ferry service from Rockaway to Manhattan. More...

RWA Workshop Shares “Lessons From New Orleans”

On Sunday February 3rd, the Rockaway Waterfront Alliance brought together members of the community and experts for a “Protecting Our Homes: Lessons From New Orleans” workshop in the community room in Ocean Village. More...

Goldfeder: Waive Vehicle Fees

Assemblyman Phil Goldfeder is urging Governor Cuomo to waive vehicle registration fees for people replacing Sandy destroyed cars. More...

Fire Shuts Rogoff’s

Customers and staff at Rogoff’s Card and Gift store escaped uninjured last Friday as flames broke out from the store’s ceiling. The 116th Street store evacuated soon after customers alerted others to the danger. More...

Passed: Sandy Assessment Relief Act

The State Assembly has passed the New York City Hurricane Sandy Assessment Relief Act. More...

Breezy Point: It’s Safe To Drink The Water

According to the NYC Departments of Health and Mental Hygiene and Environmental Protection it is now safe for Breezy Point residents to drink the water. More...


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