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February 15, 2002

  • News: Lockheed Martin Encounters Delays in Clean-up

    The deliberate course of the massive clean-up of the former Unisys site by the Lockheed Martin Corporation, which retains responsibility for decontamination of the property on the corner of Lakeville Road and Marcus Avenue and the moving contamination that is roughly heading toward the Long Island Expressway, was temporarily stalled when it appeared that everything that could go wrong, did. FULL STORY

  • News: North High Boasts Two National ARTS Finalists

    Lauren-Sarah Carpenter and Arlene Levitan, seniors at North High School, were named finalists in the National Art Recognition and Talent Search (ARTS) Competition and invited to attend ARTS Week 2002, which was held last month in Miami, FL. The competition is one of the most prestigious arts contests in the nation. It is coordinated by the National Foundation for Advancement in the Arts (NFAA). FULL STORY

  • Sports: Great Neck Park District

    While some of you were sleeping late or running errands this past Saturday morning, a recurring phenomenon took place at Parkwood Ice Rink. The parking lot was more crowded than usual and the stands in the rink were almost full. Kim and Dolly's Sport's Grill was busy selling coffee to customers and there was a buzz in the air. It was the continuing commentary on the improvement of the Great Neck Bruins Hockey program that fueled the buzz. To the crowd's pleasure, both the PeeWee Bruins and the Bantam Bruins had victories at home. The Bantam Bruins advanced their chances to play in the New York State tournament. FULL STORY

  • Sports: Kings Point USMMA Weekly Sports Round-up

    The US Merchant Marine Academy men's basketball team defeated SUNY Old Westbury on Feb. 7 in Liebertz Gymnasium by an 89-70 final score. Kings Point is in first place in the Skyline Conference with a 13-1 mark and owns a 18-4 overall ledger. The Mariners opened up a 10-0 lead and never trailed in the game. At the intermission, the Blue and Gray led by a 42-31 score. In the second stanza the Mariners upped their advantage to as many as 21 points as they rolled to their 21st consecutive home victory. FULL STORY

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