Tom DiNapoli: Making a Difference
''The ability to make a difference ... that was my main purpose,'' said Assemblyman Thomas DiNapoli, as he explained why he became involved in public service. Meeting with a group of local editors at the Anton Community Newspapers office, the assemblyman spoke of ''trying to make a difference'' both in Albany and locally, as assemblyman and as head of the Nassau County Democrats. He is currently running for re-election to his 16th Assembly District seat.
Old Village Subdivision Proposals Draw Large Crowd
A large crowd of residents filled the room as the Village of Great Neck's planning board considered six subdivision applications last Thursday evening, Sept. 21. Although members of the board, and the board's attorney, all tried to explain that the planning board's power is limited by law, angry, frustrated residents implored the board to put an end to the destruction of their neighborhoods.
Take a Jewish Sports Quiz
The Kochavim Group of Great Neck Hadassah had a family day at Shea Stadium in August. The Mets beat the Giants on Jewish Heritage Day. Just for fun, take our Jewish Baseball Quiz:
Kings Point Weekly Round-up
The Mariners' football team dropped to 0-4 on the year with a 42-6 loss on the road at Johns Hopkins University on Saturday, Sept. 23.
The Jewish High Holidays