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October 19, 2001

  • NEWS: Coschignano Running for Council Seat

    Chris Coschignano, a political newcomer, is seeking election as a councilmember on the Town of Oyster Bay Board. He is a lifelong Syosset resident and interested in public service. Coschignano believes his years of experience as attorney for the Town Zoning Board, a position he was appointed to by the Town of Oyster Bay Board, was perfect training to be a councilman as the two deal with similar issues. FULL STORY

  • NEWS: Delligatti Seeks Re-election

    Republican Angelo A. Delligatti is seeking re-election as a council member in the Town of Oyster Bay. FULL STORY

  • NEWS: Symons Seeks Re-election

    Leonard Symons is seeking re-election to the Town of Oyster Bay Board, a position he was first elected to in 1989. Symons has been a resident of Plainview for almost 25 years and says he has gained a great deal of knowledge about all areas of the Town of Oyster Bay, and not just his hometown, during his tenure. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Dalers Take on Massapequa

    In week three, two consistent powerhouses of Conference I collided: Farmingdale and Massapequa. Whether it be football or any other area of competition, there is always a spirited battle to be found between the two rivals. It was no different on Saturday, Oct. 6, at 2 p.m., at Massapequa High School. The teams had completely inverse records, with Farmingdale at 2-0, and the Chiefs at 0-2. Some may have thought that the bad fortune that Massapequa had experienced in the first two weeks hinted toward weakness or a lack of talent. However, any spectator of the contest would quickly learn that the desperate team was ready to go all out in a rivalry that transcends the spectacle of high school football itself. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Attention Kids

    Swimmers age 6 to 18 are invited to join the Farmingdale Swim Club, a Division of the Farmingdale Youth Council. Designed for children who possess some swimming ability, the club combines exercise, skill-building and competition. The club practices weekdays at the Farmingdale High School pool. Space for new members is limited. For more information, or to schedule an appointment for your child to register and tryout during one of the practices, call coach Chris Brady at 631-271-5484. FULL STORY

  • OPINION: An Interesting Contrast
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