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Neponsit Homeowners: ‘Don’t Change Beach Rules’

PS 114 Meeting Draws Comment On Wide Range Of Issues

The issue of changing the beach and boardwalk access rules and allowing such activities as surfing, fishing off the rocks and drinking beer on the beach took a new turn last week when a number of local residents and community groups took the time at More...


September 11 Social Security Reminders Issued

Social Security District Manager in Far Rockaway

September 11 marks the second anniversary of the terrorist attacks in New York, Washington, D.C., and the aborted attack that ended with a plane crash in a grassy field in western Pennsylvania. More...

Geese Scared By Bay Work

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Far Rockaway Fuels Optimism For Great Year

This past week had been an dreary one, filled with non stop rain and overcast clouds. But for at least one day during a Far Rockaway varsity football practice, the rain held up and allowed the team to have a dry practice. More...

Cyclones Finish Strong To Enter Playoffs

For all the issues with mediocre hitting, injuries and a streak of losing 8 of 9 games, the Brooklyn Cyclones forged ahead to win the McNamara Division and head to the playoffs. More...

N.Y. Sharks Football And Basketball Day Camp Clinic

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Sanders And Brown In Primary

After winning a battle in federal court, Everly D. Brown will face incumbent James Sanders, Jr. in the Democratic Party primary next Tuesday, September 9. More...

Football Practice In Full Swing

With School beginning, can the high school football season be far behind? Far Rockaway gridders work hard in a practice session for their first home game against Samuel Tilden High School on Saturday. More...

DOH Spraying Sunday

Weather permitting, the New York City Department of Health (DOH) will conduct a ground spraying of the Rockaway peninsula, from the Nassau County line west to the Cross Bay Bridge on Sunday, September 7, from 7:30 p.m. until 6 a.m. More...

Rockaway School Telephone Directory

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The Port Authority has announced that it will facilitate a ferry service between lower Manhattan and JFK Airport by 2005. Ed O More...

Broad Channel Bits

Labor Weekend was forecast to be a total washout. But, fortunately, weather forecasters were off the mark. While Sunday started out overcast and looking threatening, the sun shone nicely and it turned out to be a nice day. More...

Chatting With Chapey

CUNY: A Sound and Valuable Education

According to the news reports enrollment at the City University of New York has increased substantially for the 2003-04 academic year. Transfers from other colleges to CUNY are also up considerably. More...


We Will Always Remember Those Who Were Lost

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Editorial Comment by Robert Sarnoff

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It has been nearly two years since that September day that changed all of our lives. More...

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