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October 25, 2002

  • News: 6th Senatorial District Race

    Senator Kemp Hannon, the Republican incumbent in the 6th Senatorial District race, is seeking his eighth term in the state Senate. Hannon, who was first elected to the Senate in 1989, said that the last several years in office have been both rewarding and challenging. He noted that one of the biggest issues facing New Yorkers is the economy - in terms of what it means for job creation, job retention, revenue structure and education. As chairman of the Senate Health Committee, Hannon cited healthcare as another of the important issues facing residents today. FULL STORY

  • News: 8th Senatorial District Race

    Republican Incumbent Charles J. Fuschillo Jr. is seeking re-election to his seat in the 8th Senatorial District. The senator, who was first elected in March of 1998, is hoping that this election will award him a third term in office. FULL STORY

  • Sports: The Ten-Year-Old Hawks Win on the Road

    It was a place called Elmont, the Hawks walked in feeling like kings but forgetting Elmont came to play football also. The Hawks won the toss and decided to receive the ball. They went downfield with the ball being snapped by center Mark Corrado who did a great job up front with Kyle Sassono, Dan Bitsimis, Christopher Leo and big Ray Ryan. These guys helped pave the way for a true display of smash mouth football. If there were a game ball given out that day, it would have to go to the locomotive, Hayden Kirk. He led the rushing attack with over 150 yards. Keith Hadnagy and Anthony Ostrander also ran well with the blocking help of Carmine Demieri and Joe Kennedy. They even tried to put it into the air with tight end James McKeon who had some receiving yards. They were the first to put points on the board. On the ensuing kick off Elmont ran it back for a touchdown to tie the game. The offense didn't get much rest and tried to move the ball, but were stopped by Elmont's defense. FULL STORY

  • Sports: Farmingdale Wolves Win Again

    The Farmingdale Wolves continued their winning streak - and ended another team's - as the boys' U-11 travel soccer team racked up a 5-2 victory over the previously-undefeated Albertson Atomics. FULL STORY

  • Opinion: Assemblyman Labriola Calls for Expansion of Statewide 'Amber Alert' Logo
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