August 2, 2013 RSS feed / Top Stories

Ferry Will Make Brooklyn Stop

The Rockaway ferry is being expanded once again, but this time it’s just to add a stop in Brooklyn, which means the ride may become slightly longer for Rockaway residents, but the chance of the ferry becoming a more permanent form of transporta More...

Ulrich Introduces Bill To Clean Up Mold

Nine months after Hurricane Sandy, mold continues to be an issue, especially in homes that have been abandoned or foreclosed. More...

You Want The Ferry To Stay?

What The Mayoral Candidates Say:

The Wave asked, through email, all eleven candidates if each would commit to keeping the ferry and the $2 fare. We believe having a ferry is a huge help to the peninsula. In no particular order are the replies from the candidates (or spokesperson): More...

No Break For Renters In Recession

The Great Recession did not lead to greater housing affordability, says the New York University’s Furman Center's new “State of New York City's Housing and Neighborhoods 2012 Report.” The just released report provides comprehensive More...

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