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June 11, 1999

  • NEWS: UCF Welcomes New Executive Director

    There is a new sense of excitement at the Great Neck United Community Fund these days! Brand new Executive Director Michael Larkin is off and running, and his enthusiasm is contagious! The excitement is already spreading throughout the community, as UCF reaches out to each and every one of us. FULL STORY

  • NEWS: It's All About Bureaucracy!

    At the May 24 Board of Education meeting, questions were raised about the status of the construction projects at the secondary schools. Dr. William Shine, superintendent of the Great Neck Public Schools, reported that the applications for construction have not been approved yet by the State Department of Education. Although the district filed the applications in August of 1998, with hopes that the projects would be approved in time for summer construction, no response has come from Albany. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Great Neck Ties Ireland atInternational Soccer Tournament

    Just hours after stepping off a plane in Orlando, the Great Neck Express, the boys under 14 travel team was ready to compete at an international tournament of 14 European and US teams at the Walt Disney Wide World of Sports Complex. And play they did, astonishing their coaches, parents and probably themselves. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: South Baseball Dream Dies in County Quarter-Finals

    The clock finally struck midnight on Great Neck South's varsity baseball team. The Cinderella story carried the Rebels to the final eight teams in Nassau County's Conference B playoffs. A 10-3 loss at Division Avenue High School on Wednesday, May 26 proved the glass cleat wasn't going to fit this year. It was the fourth time (in four games) Division, a perennial county champ, had beaten the locals. FULL STORY

  • OPINION: The Case for Landmarking
  • OPINION: Off The Record

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