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July 24, 1998

  • NEWS: Muriel Turk Heads UCF

    ''UCF is rethinking its mission,'' stated newly-elected Great Neck United Community Fund President Muriel Turk, ''We're moving into the 21st century.'' FULL STORY

  • NEWS: Annual Hiroshima Remembrance August 5

    August is that month in which we remember the dropping of the first atom bomb on Hiroshima and Nagasaki, and commit ourselves to the struggle to eliminate nuclear weapons for all time. Great Neck SANE/Peace Action's Annual Commemoration joined by LI Alliance for Peaceful Alternatives and Physicians for Social Responsibility, Nassau Chapter, will be observed on Wednesday, Aug. 5, 7 to 9 p.m. in Grace Ave. Park, Grace Ave. and Park Place, Great Neck. In case of rain, the ceremony will be held in St. Paul's Church, 68 Grace Avenue, Great Neck. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Bandits Have Strong Finish

    The Great Neck Bandits Fifth-Grade Travel Soccer Team ended the season with a shutout of the Lynbrook Ravens. The Bandits dominated the entire game and demonstrated that teamwork is the key to success. The offense was brilliant and by halftime the score was 7-0. Goals were scored by Jonathan Kestenbaum, Danny Khorshad, Amit Matalon, Matt Neman, Robert Rezin and Edo Samra. Credit for three assists goes to Adam Friedman. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: South Baseball Honored

    The 1998 Great Neck South Varsity Baseball Season was a success. At the conclusion of the campaign, several players received awards. The Nassau County High School Baseball Coaches Association rewarded three individuals. The highest honor was bestowed upon senior Francis Lindo. He was named All-County. Lindo led the Rebels in batting average with a .450 mark as well as topping the team in on-base percentage at a .520 clip. This was the second consecutive season Lindo was chosen All-County. Lindo plans to attend State University of New York at Buffalo where there is no baseball program, but hopes to play on the soccer team. FULL STORY

  • OPINION: Your Right to Smoke-Free Dining: It's the Law!
  • OPINION: Off The Record

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