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February 26, 1999

  • NEWS: Three Park Sites to Acquire Defibrillators

    On Feb. 17, less than seven months after Rex Lardner suffered a fatal heart attack on Memorial Field Tennis Court No. 7, the Great Neck Park District board voted to purchase a trio of automatic external defibrillator (AED) units for use at that site as well as the Parkwood Pool/Parkwood Ice Rink and Parkwood Indoor Tennis Center. At the time of Mr. Lardner's attack, first responder emergency personnel were not certified to operate defibrillator equipment carried on their rescue vehicle. FULL STORY

  • NEWS: Cutting Response Time

    ''We are very pleased with our new ambulance,'' stated Vigilant Chief Andrew DeMartin. The new ambulance, along with the 10-year-old refitted ambulance used as backup, is ready and waiting at the Vigilant firehouse on Cuttermill Road. The third, a five-year-old ambulance, is now housed at the Alert annex on Steamboat Road, in order to cut down on response time for emergencies at the north end of Great Neck. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: North's Shurka Qualifies for States and Nationals in Track

    Senior Captain Melanie Shurka won the State Qualifier's Feb. 12 at SUNY Farmingdale. Shurka made her fourth trip to the State Qualifier's. She finished third place in her sophomore and junior year, but this year she came in first in the 1500 meter race walk. Her time was 7:54. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Kings Point Weekly Wrap-Up

    The Kings Point basketball team, ranked #5 in the Atlantic Region, continued their run toward their third consecutive NCAA Tournament appearance ending the regular season this past Saturday on a 14-game winning streak. Overall the team is currently 20-4 and an undefeated 12-0 in Skyline Conference games. FULL STORY

  • OPINION: Off The Record
  • OPINION: An Opinion: Breaking the Rules

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