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July 3, 1998

  • NEWS: New PTA Leaders Installed

    Kathy Dowling was recently installed as the 1998-99 Farmingdale Council of PTAs president, replacing Tina Diamond. The changing of the guard for the one-year position, which both women describe as a smooth transition, took place at a June 30 annual PTA installation meeting. FULL STORY

  • NEWS: New St. Kilian's Dedication Tomorrow

    After a $3.6 million renovation and expansion, St. Kilian Roman Catholic Church of Farmingdale is expected to be rededicated tomorrow, July 4 - 100 years to the day that the original church was dedicated. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Over the Hill Gang Wrap-up Week 6 & 7

    The 12 teams were back in action Friday night following the league's fifth rainout. Results from the games played June 19 included an exciting early game victory for Moby Drugs who defeated Thirsty Beverage 16-15. Paul Nardone knocked in the winning run in the bottom of the ninth for Moby's fourth win of the season. Thirsty fell to 1-4. J-2 Lounge continued its undefeated streak with a 14-3 win over Barco Construction. Jake Considine continued his outstanding pitching and was backed by Butch Flecker's home run. Offensive power by Dino Pasolini (3 for 4), Frank Miller (3 for 4) and Angelo Bellia (2 for 3) were more than enough for J-2's fifth straight win. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Athletics Rebound and Head to North Carolina

    The St. Kilian's CYO Farmingdale Athletics 14-year-old team opened their 1998 season back in May within the Federation of Amateur Baseball League (FABL). The FABL is the largest, most competitive league for a team to play in within this New York area. It is a league which consists of teams from Nassau and Suffolk County as well as New York City. FULL STORY

  • OPINION: Good News Does Not Travel

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