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July 30, 2004

  • News: Farmingdale State Plans to Welcome More Resident Students

    Farmingdale State University of New York, a public coeducational college of almost 6,000 students, broke ground in May on a new residence hall that will open in September of 2005. The new building, built for the college's increasing residence population, was designed by architects Urbahn Associates of New York City. It will be built by Kokolakis Contracting of Rocky Point. The residence hall is the first new living facility to be built on the Farmingdale campus in 30 years. The new dorm will offer suite living for students to include wireless technology, floor lounges, laundry rooms, food preparation areas, and a landscaped courtyard, with nearby athletic fields, new walkways and new parking. FULL STORY

  • News: Annie Finds a Home on the St. Kilian Stage

    In 1988 (West Side Story) the St. Kilian Players found themselves on the streets of New York City for the very first time and have been back to visit numerous times over the past 17 years with musical productions of Guys & Dolls, Anything Goes, Damn Yankees, and Hello, Dolly!. This year they're back again for Annie their summer production. FULL STORY

  • Sports: FBLI GreenDogs Place Second in Cooperstown Tournament

    The 2004 FBLI GreenDogs recently returned home to Farmingdale after participating in a successful, weeklong baseball tournament in Oneonta, NY where they have given a commendable effort while representing Farmingdale, as Farmingdale Baseball League's 2004 12-year-old Cooperstown team. After playing nine exciting games in five consecutive days - playing teams from Jacksonville, Florida to Milwaukee, Wisconsin - Farmingdale's GreenDogs proudly came away with a second place finish, and an enjoyable week of teamwork and fun. FULL STORY

  • Sports: Columbus Lodge Reign Ends; AFSC Has New Champion

    On June 19 the 7th Annual Arthritis Foundation Softball Challenge, (AFSC), offered teams a chance to compete in a competitive, fun-filled environment, while raising money to support the LI Chapter of the Arthritis Foundation's numerous programs for children and adults who suffer from arthritis. "Our thanks to all our sponsors and to the Nassau County Parks employees who prepared our fields," said Special Events Coordinator Julie Viniotis. FULL STORY

  • Opinion: From the Desk of Senator Charles Fuschillo
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