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NOVEMBER 10, 2006

  • News: LI Studies Institute Exhibits 9/11 Remembrances at Hofstra University

    In the days following September 11, the Long Island Studies Institute at Hofstra University began collecting materials that reflected the Long Island response to the tragedy. FULL STORY

  • News: 2006/07 Schedule of Farmingdale BOE Meetings

    All meetings will be held in the Howitt Middle School at 8 p.m. unless marked otherwise: Wednesday, Dec. 6; Wednesday, Jan. 10, 2007, Wednesday, Feb. 7; Wednesday, March 7; Wednesday, March 14; Wednesday, March 21; Wednesday, March 28; Wednesday, April 11; Tuesday, April 24 (BOE recognition meeting at 7 p.m., special meeting at 8 p.m.); Wednesday, May 2; Tuesday, May 8 (BOE recognition for fine arts at 7 p.m., special meeting and public hearing for 2007-08 budget at 8 p.m.) and Tuesday, May 15, budget vote and election 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. FULL STORY

  • Sports: Dalers Defeat Uniondale in First Round of Playoffs

    The Dalers defeated Uniondale last Friday in their first playoff game 36-14. The Dalers came out strong by scoring 21 points in the first quarter to take a 21-0 lead. Uniondale did get on the board in the second quarter, but the Dalers came back to take a 28-7 half time lead. The Dalers Quarterback #12 Steve Probst completed six of 13 passes for 230 yards four for touchdowns a career high for Probst and rushed for 63 yards to cruise the Dalers into the semifinals. Line backers #31 Nick Ryan and #27 Matt Kwapisz combined for 22 tackles. John Olbeter #13 had two catches for a career high 105 yards with two touchdowns, and Travis Lyons had three catches for 93 yards and two touchdowns. Kicker #10 Tom Brosnan was four-for-five at PATs. The Dalers faced Freeport on Thursday, Nov. 9 at Hofstra for the semifinals. Details of the game were not available at press time. To view more photos from this game visit FULL STORY

  • Sports: PAL-NFL Flag Football

    It's Super Sunday this upcoming weekend at Woodward Parkway Field as the third season of Farmingdale's PAL-NFL draws to a close. Several divisions will conclude their postseason tournaments, while all players will receive awards and refreshments. Here are some of the highlights from last week. FULL STORY

  • Opinion: Knit One - Kick Two
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