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January 7, 2000

  • NEWS: A Bipartisan Board for Town of Hempstead

    It was an historic day at Hempstead Town Hall on Tuesday as three Democrats, including the board's first African American woman, were inducted onto a board that has not had two-party representation since 1907. FULL STORY

  • NEWS: Town Republican Incumbents Vow to Work as a Team

    Although the Democrats swept three Town of Hempstead Board positions, three Republicans retained their seats as supervisor, receiver of taxes and clerk and were sworn back into those positions this week. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Knights of Columbus Bowling

    Could it be that "holiday fever" has caused the pin-spilling prowess of the Floral Park Knights of Columbus bowlers to dissipate in so noticeable a fashion? Their final tussle, with the Sterling Lanes timber, in this millennium, didn't have the zip - the brimstone and fire - that they exhibited every time they laced up their bowling shoes, on previous nights of this much notable season. FULL STORY

  • OPINION: A Festive Millennium Event Logo
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