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September 24, 1999

  • NEWS: Hillary Clinton: Not Just Listening Anymore

    It is difficult not to be swept up in campaign fever, even an unofficial campaign, with the advance people and secret service herding the public and the press, something similar to organizing cooked spaghetti. It seemed no one could ''stay put,'' with everyone straining to get a prime hand-shaking, picture-snapping location on the street. One mother had come into town to buy her baby his first pair of shoes and although Ms. Clinton did not kiss the baby, the unexpected encounter became something to add to his baby book. FULL STORY

  • NEWS: Town Clerk Race

    ''Running for public office is the bravest and most exciting thing I have done in my life,'' says the Democrat's choice, Michelle Schimel. Long involved in public policy issues through her efforts for New Yorkers Against Gun Violence, Ms. Schimel says that when the opportunity to run for town clerk was presented to her, ''It was an offer I couldn't refuse.'' FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Knights Capture Third in First Tournament

    In their first tournament play, the Great Neck Knights (the fourth grade travel team) captured third place in the Blue Division in the 22nd Annual Peter Renzulli Soccer Tournament held during the Labor Day weekend. The Great Neck Knights, who played five games in a round robin format, ended the tournament with a 2-2-1 record. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Blazer Football Shows New Look

    The exploits of the local gridmen for the 1999 season at North will be the result of a marked change of agenda and prospects presented for the Great Neck community and its high school enthusiasts. Not since the early '90s has such a multitude of eager football hopefuls numbering nearly 70 for the JV and varsity squads come out for the early practices with an added benefit of a week of football camp just before the Labor Day holiday weekend. FULL STORY

  • OPINION: For Our Arts Center...
  • OPINION: Portrait of Mother and Child



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