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October 1, 1999

  • NEWS: How We Handled Floyd

    ''This was really a great trial run for us,'' said North Hempstead Commissioner of Public Safety Jon Kaiman. Mr. Kaiman spoke of the town's emergency management plan, how it was revised just a few months ago, with the new plan in place in anticipation of Floyd. ''We were ready for any possible contingencies,'' he reported. FULL STORY

  • NEWS: Encephalitis Sleuthing Continues

    As we go to press, Nassau public officials are scrambling to monitor the extent of the West Nile-like virus outbreak, determine which areas to spray and communicate with the public. Mixed messages from Nassau County officials as to spraying schedules were causing school districts, today, to cancel outdoor events only to learn later that spraying in their respective areas had been cancelled. Nassau County Public Health Commissioner Gaffney said, "We're reserving judgment on what we are going to do next." Homeowners will be pre-notified by yellow fliers if and when spraying will occur near their property. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Great Neck Warriors Win Maccabi Bronze

    Coach Jack Levine was particularly happy that there were so many Great Neck athletes on the squad and that they were able to contribute so much to the team effort. "The Maccabi Youth Games are a wonderful athletic, cultural and social experience," stated Coach Levine. "The team worked hard and played extremely well against highly competitive teams - they deserved to win a medal." FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Kings Point Weekly Wrap-up

    The US Merchant Marine Academy football team handed the Johns Hopkins Blue Jays their first loss of the 1999 campaign when they posted a 24-20 win on Tomb Field on Saturday, Sept. 25. The Mariners stand at 2-2 overall (1-1 FFC) following the win. FULL STORY

  • OPINION: Thomaston in a Quagmire
  • OPINION: A Tribute to Mary Kasindorf



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