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March 19, 1999

  • NEWS: Is It Worth Dreaming About?

    What appeared to be a bad day for the memory of George M. Cohan, a pioneer of American musical theater, could turn out to be a glorious day for the residents of the Great Neck Park District. The New York Post recently reported that the Times Square Business Improvement District has proposed moving Mr. Cohan's statue from its place in the Crossroads of the World, and the Kings Point mansion which the Cohan family built and lived in for many years was put up for sale. The most recent owner, Jack Gross, died in October, and the 27-room mansion on over six acres of waterfront property abutting Steppingstone Park, was recently put on the market. The park district would love to purchase this property. FULL STORY

  • NEWS: Old Village Plans New Middle Neck Road

    Responding to concerns over both pedestrian safety and traffic issues, the Village of Great Neck is in the midst of work on a ''temporary, semi-permanent solution,'' according to Deputy Mayor Stephen Falk. At a public information meeting at the village on March 11, Mr. Falk described both the immediate plans and the long-term plans, which include the hope for a complete renovation of Middle Neck Road. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Rebels' Gymnasts Rewarded at End-of-Season Meets

    With the state gymnastics meet in Mahopac over, the 1998-99 gymnastics season officially ended for the Rebels. The team was especially proud of its 9-4 win-loss record, especially after realizing that this was the first year for the Rebels' in Conference I. The team also scored a record high 155.8 points at a meet against Baldwin and Farmingdale, a new school record. Another first was the team's performance at the Team County meet at North Shore High School, where the Rebels placed sixth out of the top eight teams in the county. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: South Swimmers Break Records

    In the East Gym at South High School, large display boards commemorate outstanding Rebel athletes for their record-breaking performances in various sports. Since last year, one last name¬DeMarco¬has cropped up repeatedly on one of the boards. FULL STORY

  • OPINION: Letters To The Editor
  • OPINION: Off The Record

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