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OCTOBER 7, 2005

  • News: Mejias, Sabellico Vie for 14th Legislative District Seat

    "I've probably held over 30 town hall meetings including tax grievance and exemption seminars, having the EPA come down and updated the community every year on the status of the cleanup of the Liberty Site," the Farmingdale native explained. FULL STORY

  • News: RAC Chairman Sees Potential Compromise With FAA

    Following a public meeting with officials from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), various civic leaders, and State Senator Charles Fuschillo, Frank Nocerino, chairman of the Republic Airport Commission believes the airport is now in a position to negotiate with the FAA regarding their insistence that the airport's Taxiway Bravo be relocated to ensure better ground safety. FULL STORY

  • News: Mejias, Sabellico Vie for 14th Legislative District Seat

    Running on the Republican and Conservative party lines, Sabellico said he enjoys the "spirit of the people" in the area and "rolling up his sleeves" to become involved in several youth organizations and civic groups. FULL STORY

  • Sports: Over the Hill Softball Report

    The OTH Annual Charity Tournament came to a close this past week as the semi-finals were played on Tuesday while the finals were held on Friday, as was the yearly Home Run hitting contest. The first semifinal game pitted bracket winners Moby Drugs and Hampton Air East Sprinklers against each other. The heavy hitting Hampton Air team had their bats working again (as they have all season long) as they pulled out to what appeared to be a comfortable 13 run after lead after seven but the resurgent Moby Men wouldn't go down without a fight. FULL STORY

  • Sports: Flag Football - Week 3

    The Peanut Steelers started off with a 30-yard run by the quick running Thomas Weber who cut right and left a group of Jets in the dust. Daniel Dougherty again displayed his talent as quarterback with many great plays, including a huge pass to Michael Thiem who made a great catch and ran all the way for a TD. Michael didn't stop there; he made another great catch and took it all the way for a TD. Robert Mullane made many long running plays including one for 10 yards and he would have gone even further if he wasn't knocked out of bounds. Kevin Mumolo again made very big defensive plays, as did Kyle Tucker who never gave up on the defense. Kevin Costanza made a smooth play when he took a handoff and ran it 20 yards for a TD. Devin Miller made a nice run showing some good speed. FULL STORY

  • Opinion: Leesons Take Differing View on Role Models
  • Opinion: From the Desk of Mayor George J. Graf Logo
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