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September 10, 1999

  • NEWS: A Look at the Old U.N. Site

    As Lockheed Martin works at cleaning up its Great Neck site and considers redevelopment plans, the Historical Foundation to Preserve Long Island's United Nations would like to preserve the building that once housed the United Nations. A tour of the site proved to be an excellent way to accurately assess the issue. FULL STORY

  • NEWS: Great Neck Public Schools Open for 1999­2000

    School districts throughout the nation are reviewing security practices and procedures. This process began almost immediately after the Columbine tragedy. While no one can guarantee prevention of a violent act, prudence requires security measures that reflect an awareness that the heretofore unthinkable actually happened. As security measures are considered, their cost in terms of the quality of student life will also be assessed. At its Sept. 13, meeting the board of education will review current discipline and security practices. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Kings Point Football

    In 1999 the Blue and Gray look to continue their trend of success with their eighth consecutive winning season, the most consistent run of mastery for the 51-year-old football program at Kings Point. Looking to return to post-season play for the fourth time in six years, the Mariners are under the tutelage of Head Coach Charlie Pravata. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Erin Byrnes Earns Two Silver Medals in Diving

    Junior Erin Byrnes of Great Neck North HS made her third trip to the Empire State Games and came away with two medals this year. Last year, Byrnes qualified in the 1 and 3 meter board dive and placed fourth and fifth respectively. At the trials held in June at the Aquatic Center at Eisenhower Park this year, Byrnes placed first in the 3 meter dive and second in the 1 meter dive. FULL STORY

  • OPINION: Back to School!
  • OPINION: Off The Record

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