Robert Sarnoff is pictured with Postmaster George Buonocore at his “Ye Olde Jetty” signing at the Beach 113 Street Post Office. The remaining limited edition prints, envelopes and postcards will be available at the USPS booth at the Rockaway Music and Arts Festival this Saturday and Sunday, September 11 and 12. Sarnoff will be on hand to sign the images.
Sarnoff Signs New Image
Robert Sarnoff is pictured with Postmaster George Buonocore at his Full Story
K Of C To Dedicate WTC Cross To 9/11 Victims
The Rockaway Council #2672 Knights of Columbus at 333 Beach 90th Street Rockaway Beach, N.Y., founded in 1928, will host another milestone in its rich history with the Dedication of a Cross from the remnants of the World Trade Center on September 19. Full Story
Councilman Avella speaks to Tracy Conroy (second from right). Conroy is the first of the neighborhood residents who has decided to sell her home because of the development in the area.
The new building at 304 Seagirt Avenue stands out prominently between its neighbors on the block.
Developer David Stern (right) told Avella that the development meets all permits and codes as they stand in front of the yet to be completed building at 304 Seagirt Avenue.
‘Overdevelopment’ Brings Council To Far Rockaway Neighborhood
Contributing Editor After nearly a year and a half of trying to get help about the over-development that they say is ruining their quality of life, residents of Seagirt Avenue nearby the Atlantic Beach Bridge in Far Rockaway have found a suppor Full Story
Pheffer ‘Assisted Living’ Bill Passes Legislature
Assemblywoman Audrey I. Pheffer has reported that legislation she co-sponsored, the Assisted Living Reform Act, has passed both houses and will soon be delivered to the Governor for his decision. Full Story
Surfing Rockaway Waves, Summer Saves Drowning Teen
Summer Trusttum loves to surf, and particularly loves to surf in Rockaway. That love may have led to the rescue of a teen-age girl recently. Full Story