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June 19, 1998

  • NEWS: Electrical Storm Causes Fire at Co-Op

    A mid-day electrical storm that besieged Long Island on Saturday, June 13, was the cause of a transformer fire that necessitated the evacuation of residents from the 96-unit co-op apartment building at One Kensington Gate (KGO) in the Village of Kensington, and left them without any power until the next morning. FULL STORY

  • NEWS: UCF 1998 Telethon in the Works

    The "Spirit of Giving" returns to our community on Sunday, November 1 from 6 to 9 p.m., when the Great Neck United Community Fund's (UCF) Third Annual Telethon is broadcast live on four cable channels in Great Neck and throughout the Town of North Hempstead. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Great Neck North Girls Track

    The Great Neck North Girls Track Team, under coaches Chris Omeltchenko and Jon Folber, ended its season at the Nassau County Championships held at Mitchel Field the site of the Goodwill Games which is coming this summer. North sent the 4x400 and 4x800 relays. The 4x800 relay team consisted of three freshmen, Leslie Kaufman, DaliaYadegar and Illene Jarolem. The fourth person was junior Susie Becker The team ran an 11:29, which is six seconds off the time they ran at the Division Championships, but the track was very windy. The team placed seventh. The 4x400 relay team was made up of senior Emily Kreitzman, Kaufman, Yadegar and Jarolem. The team time was 4:54, good enough for 10th place. "Emily was battling knee injury for two years now and I am very happy she was able to finish out her career at the County Championships," stated Caoch Omo. Garden City won the County's. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Women's UCF Tennis

    The good thing about having a small draw, is getting to know your neighbors! Michelle Schneider is a newcomer to "our" introductions were made all around and some phone numbers were exchanged. Sally Marzouk's son Zachary participated in the "juniors" the previous week, and so "Sally the Sport" came back to play tennis and help support 18 agencies in Great Neck. Cindy Ludwig and Esther Levy found out that their children go to The North Shore Hebrew Academy School - same grade, different teachers. Mayte Di John now has an 18 month-old daughter, Laurie Rubin has a full time job, two sons, and all still find the time to enter the UCF Tennis Tourney. FULL STORY

  • OPINION: Pride in The Village School
  • OPINION: Off The Record

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