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August 27, 1999

  • NEWS: Locks of Love

    When Lauren Feierstein, a 12-year-old, seventh grader at North Middle School, learned that a family friend had just been diagnosed with breast cancer, she was awash with feelings of wanting to do something to help and like most of us, not knowing what to do. Shortly thereafter, she was watching Nick at Nite and saw a clip about an organization called "Locks of Love" that accepts donations of hair to fashion wigs for children who lose their hair due to chemotherapy or other medical complications. The "Locks of Love" program requires that the donated hair be at least 10 inches in length. FULL STORY

  • NEWS: Great Neck Faces More Subdivisions

    The Village of Great Neck is once again facing subdivision proposals. At the planning board's Aug. 19 meeting, three proposals were addressed, though one was adjourned in anticipation of a new application. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Seeing Double -- Or Even Triple

    Great Neck otolaryngologists Rick and Ken Etra are twins, sharing an office for their medical practice. And for the past five years they have also shared the ownership and management of a sleepaway summer camp, Pontiac, in Copake, New York, which this year has about 450 campers ranging from age 6 on up. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Allenwood Adult Softball Still Going Strong

    The Allenwood Adult Softball Club is now in its eighth season and it's the most successful one so far. There are more players participating than ever before. The club's motto is, "Graying but still playing," since most of the players are in their mid-40s to early 50s. FULL STORY

  • OPINION: About All Those Subdivisions...
  • OPINION: The Tennis Match

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