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July 16, 1999

  • NEWS: Park District Looks to New PAL Office

    The Great Neck Park District board of commissioners began the process to ultimately approve a new PAL office building at Memorial Field. At the park board's July 7 public hearing, all three park commissioners---Chairman William Dobkin and commissioners Andrew Imperatore and Ruth Tamarin---expressed support for a new, larger building, to be built by the Great Neck Police Athletic League at the southwest corner of Memorial Field. FULL STORY

  • NEWS: Town Supports Gun Show Checks

    On June 29, the Town of North Hempstead passed a resolution ''urging the United States House of Representatives to reconsider and enact the Mandatory Gun Show Background Check Act (H.R. 2122), together with H. AMDT. 216.'' FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: South's Jon Green Qualifies for States in Track

    Sophomore Jon Green placed second in the triple jump at the State Qualifer's held at Mitchel Field in late May and as a result of his leap of 44'10", Green qualified for the NY State Championships held in Kingston in the first week of June. This was Green's first trip to the states. Green also competed in the long jump and placed fifth in 21' 6 3/4". The top two finishers are juniors, while the third- and fourth-place finishers are seniors. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Brustien, Abrahams, Silverstein Earn Baseball Honors

    The Great Neck South varsity baseball team had an unexpectedly successful season, and several players from that squad were rewarded for their efforts. On Wednesday, June 2, the Boys Athletic Association held the annual awards night. Manager Neil Gederberg handed out his Coach's Award. Senior Sam Silverstein was the recipient. Silverstein was the most improved player on the team. He supplied important innings as a starting pitcher, played first base, and came up with several clutch hits throughout the season. FULL STORY

  • OPINION: Off The Record

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