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Councilman Richards On The Move

Councilman Donovan Richards’ Far Rockaway office is moving! The office at 1526 Central Avenue in Far Rockaway will be closed on Thursday and Friday, February 27th and 28th. More...

Chancellor Visits Rockaway

She admitted that the Common Core rollout could have been better handled, believes gifted and talented programs should be available to all city school children, talked about Universal Pre-K and listened to problems and concerns from parents and teach More...

Margert And Red Cross To Help Sandy Households

Recognizing the amount of work still to be done to make Sandy struck communities whole again, Margert Community Corporation has announced a new partnership with the American Red Cross and a new initiative to provide help. More...

School News

Virtual Travel At St. Camillus

Spring fever has hit St. Camillus School. Students are eager to get out to explore, and with a little help from technology this long hard winter will not hold them back. Here, Mrs. More...

Milestones

Before and After?

Apparently Phil Goldfeder didn’t like The Wave mentioning that he was roughed up by his older brother many moons ago. More...

Sports

Ravens Ready To Rock

After a successful 2013 season, the Rockaway Ravens are back. More...

Pepper Steppers On Display

Stan’s Junior Pepper Steppers will perform this weekend at the National Girls and Women in Sports Day. The event will be held at Al Oerter Recreation Center at 131-40 Fowler Avenue in Flushing on Saturday, March 1st, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. More...

Lady Seahorses Shine

The last time that Far Rockaway’s Girls Varsity B Division saw the playoffs was in the 2008/09 season. They lost in the second round. The Lady Seahorses were (2-13) in 2010/11, (3-11) in 2011/12, and a much improved (9-5) last year. More...

Obits

Annmarie Walton

Claims Representative

Annmarie Walton, a claims representative, died on February 25th. More...

St. John’s Board Responds

The Wave received a copy of a letter the Medical Executive Committee at St. John’s Hospital sent to Reverend Lawrence Provenzano, the president of the board of trustees of Rockaway’s only hospital. More...

Parade This Saturday

By Katie McFadden It’s parade time! Bagpipers, Irish dancers and community groups will march throughout the neighborhood this weekend for the 39th annual Rockaway Saint Patrick’s Day Parade. More...

Community

St. John’s Offers Program For Caregivers

The Continuing Day Treatment Program of St. John’s Episcopal Hospital will offer a free 12-week education support program for caregivers, families and friends of individuals with serious mental illnesses. More...

Snowy Owl Takes the A Train

This past weekend a visitor from the Arctic arrived in Broad Channel and took up residence next to the A Train subway line. Snowy owls, rare migrants to Long Island, showed up in great numbers this winter. More...

100th Precinct Community Corner

100th Precinct Community Council, General Meeting, February 19th. The council had to reschedule two meetings, due to the weather. More...

Columnists

Who’s Who

As Aide to the Grand Marshal, Maureen Logar will represent Queens County at the New York City St. Patrick’s Day Parade. Tell us about yourself. More...

Boyleing Points

Pizza Pizza

Pizza places in Rockaway have never made a Top 10 list. There’s no Di Fara’s, Denino’s, L and B, Patsy’s or Totonno’s on the peninsula. Some of those legendary places only serve whole pies. Which is controversial. More...

Beachcomber

Max and Molly are the two most popular dog names in Rockaway. Bailey comes in third. We hope none of these are responsible for the loads left in the hockey rink at Beach 108th Street. Pick up after your dogs, no matter what their name! More...

Editorial/Opinion

Erin Go Blasio

Does Bill de Blasio like his job? He must be thinking he had a pretty sweet deal as Public Advocate. Show up, make some noise, and that’s only when you feel like it. Or don’t show up, nobody will care. More...

Letters

Hospital Mishaps

Dear Editor: As a former vice chairman of Peninsula Hospital I have lived through a shameful period of lies, phony politicians and doctors who cared about money over patients. More...

DOH Can’t Be Trusted

Dear Editor: You know I don't get it, why would you tarnish the name of a business who might potentially advertise with you. More...

Continue The Support

Dear Editor: I was surprised to see an article ("Oh Rats") describing a rodent problem in Rockaway's restaurants. In fact, the establishments in the vicinity of The Wave seem to be very clean. More...


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