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August 6, 1999

  • NEWS: Conklin Construction Nears Completion

    The construction, which is funded by a state grant, entails new sidewalks for the commercial area of Conklin extending from Main Street west to Columbia Street, as well as new ornamental lighting for the area. Installation of the sidewalks, which was begun the week of July 4, was wrapped up by July 23, and now all that needs to be done is the lighting. The lighting, which is on order for delivery, is expected to be added in a few weeks, according to Giordano, who noted that he and other village officials are pleased with the impact the project is having on the community. FULL STORY

  • NEWS: Republicans Seek Re-election to Town Posts

    As Democratic candidates for Town of Oyster Bay seats seek to harness the energy brought by a popular new party leader, the Republican incumbents are entering the election season as confident as ever in the job they have done for local residents. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Farmingdale Celebrates Baseball Day

    Legislator Salvatore B. Pontillo (Farmingdale, 14th L.D.), far left, and several other Farmingdale community members, recently attended Farmingdale's Annual Baseball Day, which was held at Allen Park on Motor Avenue in Farmingdale. Shown with Pontillo are: Ian Kornfeld, Victoria Kornfeld, Russel Schwartz, Elizabeth Shields and Coach Dan Kornfeld. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Farmingdale Soccer Interviewing Referees

    Due to increased registration, the Farmingdale Soccer Club is now interviewing applicants who are interested in refereeing during the upcoming season. Candidates must be at least 12 years old and are subject to certain requirements. Adults with soccer experience are encouraged to apply. Please call Mike Messina at 752-4198 for more information. FULL STORY

  • OPINION: News From Senator Fuschillo
  • OPINION: Peter Rodino and the Resignation of Richard Nixon

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