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April 16, 1999

  • NEWS: DiNapoli and Spitzer Urge Approval of Pesticide Notification

    With Grace Park's gazebo as the setting and a balmy spring day as the perfect foil, Assemblyman Thomas DiNapoli and Attorney General Eliot Spitzer joined with Long Island officials, breast cancer activists, and environmentalists at a press conference on April 6 to press for passage of a pesticide neighbor notification law. FULL STORY

  • NEWS: Temple Israel Holocaust Service

    ''Now, every day something reminds me of the Holocaust,'' says North High sophomore Amy Katz, a participant in Temple Israel's ''Adopt-A-Survivor'' program. Getting to know a Holocaust survivor, working one-on-one with a survivor who spent his youth living through the Holocaust has changed Ms. Katz's life ''more than I can ever describe.'' FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Kings Point Lacrosse Captures Sixth Consecutive Maritime Tournament Title

    The men's lacrosse team extended their winning streak to five games with a 14 - 7 victory over Maine Maritime in the championship game of the Sixth Annual Maritime Tournament held at Maine Maritime on April 10 - 11. The Mariners have won all six of the Maritime titles since the first tournament held in 1994 at Kings Point. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: North Girls Track Sees Turnaround in 1999

    The Girls Spring Track team under coaches Chris Omeltchenko and Jon Folber defeated Seaford and West Hempstead March 30 to bring their conference record to 4 - 1 so far. Last year North finished the conference at 2-12, and 0-15 in 1997. FULL STORY

  • OPINION: Thank You UCF!
  • OPINION: Off The Record

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