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April 30, 1999

  • NEWS: Welcoming All Saint's New Rector

    Already feeling right at home, Rev. Connell led his first service at All Saint's on Feb. 15. ''This is a very welcoming town,'' he said, ''and I hope to help this congregation grow.'' FULL STORY

  • NEWS: Crafts Fair Expects Attendance of Over 30,000

    A tiger named Tony, a bear called Winnie, clowns, pirates musicians, puppet shows, 250 exhibits, and all kinds of surprises are expected to bring more than 30,000 people to the 21st annual Great Neck Village Business Association's Crafts Fair in the Old Village, on Middle Neck Road between Hicks Lane and Fairview Avenue, on Sunday, May 2, 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. (rain date May 16). FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: South Boys Track Runs at Penn Relays

    The Great Neck South Boys Track team coached by first-year coach Chris Bell and his assistant Eamon Flood took the 4x100 and the 4x400 relay teams to partake in the 105th running of the Penn Relays held at the University of Pennsylvania April 22 through April 24. South's last trip to the Penn Relays was around 1972. High schools from 22 different states as well as high schools from Jamaica, Canada, Virgin Island, Puerto Rico and even high schools from Ireland and Mexico. Colleges from 36 different states were at the meet including teams from Canada, Jamaica, Mexico and Puerto Rico. Elementary, middle schools, Special Olympics and world class athletes made the meet special. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: South Hardball Sweeps Calhoun

    Rain postponed the season's first conference series one day, and allowed Calhoun to host the opener. On Wednesday April 21, the Rebels got great pitching, solid defense, and enough offense to prevail, 4-1 FULL STORY

  • OPINION: An Open Letter to the Community from Superintendent of Schools, Dr. William A. Shine
  • OPINION: Great Neck SANE/Peace Action Statement on the War in Kosovo and the Bombing in Yugoslavia

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