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December 3, 1999

  • NEWS: It's a Grand Old...Decision K P Trustees to Act on Dec. 14

    Stating that although "it is the intent of the board of trustees of Kings Point to grant landmark status to the George M. Cohan mansion along with an appropriate amount of land," Mayor Michael Kalnick announced at a board meeting on Nov. 21 that the board will not act until Dec. 14. Speaking to a roomful of staunch preservationists, Mayor Kalnick's remark was greeted with tentative applause as audience members puzzled over the delay. FULL STORY

  • NEWS: Charter School Panel Discussion

    The League of Women Voters of Great Neck is sponsoring a panel discussion on ''Charter Schools: Critical Educational and Fiscal Issues'' on Thursday, Dec. 9, 7:30 p.m., at the Great Neck South High School auditorium. The discussion will focus on ''How will funding charter schools impact community education programs?'' and ''What will the educational impact be on our children?'' FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: North Girls Field Hockey Has Rebuilding Year

    The Great Neck North Girls Field Hockey team under coaches Joan Gruenbaum and Cathy Behar, lost 12 seniors out of 14 and had a rebuilding year which saw the Blazers win three games and tie once. "We knew this year was a rebuilding year when the season started, and now we have just two seniors this year and look forward to next year," exclaimed Coach Gruenbaum. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Great Neck North Girls Soccer Recap

    The Great Neck North girls soccer team ended their season on a high note with a 2-1 win over Hicksville. The Comets were in a three-way tie for first place in the conference and the Blazers were able to knock them out of the playoffs. Junior Amanda Crisis scored both goals and senior captain Daisy Henriquez was at goal making eight saves. Crisis led the team in goals. FULL STORY

  • OPINION: VOA Meetings Are for All Nine Villages!
  • OPINION: A Cheer From the Sidelines

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