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October 29, 1999

  • NEWS: League Sponsors Candidates Night

    The most heated exchanges of the evening came from the candidates for the position of supervisor of the Town of North Hempstead--incumbent Democrat May Newburger, challengers Republican Maureen O'Connell and Right-to-Lifer Lorraine Pryhuber. Supervisor Newburger spoke first, telling the audience that she and her fellow Democrats are running on their record. "For the first time in 15 years," she said, "every town fund is in the black. For the first time in 29 years, Moody's gave us an upgrade. I'm tired of hearing about debt that we inherited from a former Republican administration. We made a commitment. The Republicans left us the Morewood debt and a superfund landfill. We have put the town on a sound fiscal basis. Don't believe me. Believe Moody's and the independent audit." FULL STORY

  • NEWS: In Case of Emergency: How Ready Is Great Neck?

    After hurricane Floyd roared by leaving us relatively high and dry, after the encephalitis outbreak, after the summer's heat alert, and with winter looming, plus the vagaries of Y2K, it seems a propitious time to take a look at the state of emergency preparedness in Great Neck. What are the elements of a workable plan? What worked well in the crisis we experienced in the last few months and how could we improve our preparedness? FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Kings Point Wrap-Up

    The US Merchant Marine Academy football team dropped to 2-6 on the year with a 28-0 shutout at the hands of Thomas More College (4-3) Saturday, Oct. 23 on Captain Tomb Field. The Thomas More defense limited the Mariners to 88 yards of total offense and just four first downs on the day while, the Saints offense gained 403 yards (292 in the air) en route to their second consecutive shutout win. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Third Annual Park District Soccer Tournament Under Way

    The Park District's Third Annual Adult Soccer Tournament began on Sunday, Oct. 17. This year ten teams from Great Neck are competing, with the championship to be determined on Nov. 21. FULL STORY

  • OPINION: A Safe Halloween To All!
  • OPINION: Off The Record

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