May 18, 2007

  • News: In Pursuit of Postal Annex Alternative

    The race to find a suitable alternative site for the U.S. Postal Service's sorting annex to service both retail post offices in Great Neck took top priority last week as Town of North Hemptstead Supervisor Jon Kaiman and Village of Great Neck Mayor Richard Deem traveled to Washington D.C. last Thursday to meet with Congressman Gary Ackerman who has intervened with key postal officials on the matter. Village and town officials agree that the site the U.S. Postal Service (USPS) had purchased on East Shore Road in 1999, prior to the village's rezoning of the corridor, would impede the vision for an attractive waterfront development with a public promenade along Manhasset Bay. FULL STORY

  • News: Michelle G. Menashy: Talent and Strength

    "I'm passionate about art and design," says Great Neck artist Michelle G. Menashy. A multitalented artist and graphic designer, Ms. Menashy delves into each project with the soul of an artist and with the strength and courage of a real hero. Her careers in advertising, painting and now author and illustrator of a series of new children's books have flourished despite illness and injuries. FULL STORY

  • Sports: Parkwood Skate Team Wins Top Prize

    April 22, 2007 was a very special day for the 52 skaters on the Parkwood Ice Skating Team. The ISI (Ice Skating Institute) District III "Skate for Knowledge" Championships took place at the Floyd Hall Arena in Little Falls, New Jersey. Arriving a day earlier, the participants prepared to skate their hearts out on Sunday, which proved to be most satisfying. The Parkwood team's hard work paid off. After competing against other teams in the Tri-State area, they came in first place, and were named the 2007 ISI District III Team Champions. FULL STORY

  • Sports: UCF Great Neck International Bicycle Race on Sunday

    The United Community Fund Great Neck International Bicycle Race will take place rain or shine on Sunday, May 20, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. The race is open to U.S.C.F. licensed amateur and professional riders only. Races will take place for both men and women, according to age and skill, with the final feature race being 50 laps or 30 miles. The racecourse starts at the intersection of Canterbury and Grace Avenue, runs up Grace Avenue, makes a left on Chapel Place and left on Grace Avenue back to the start/finish. The course will be barricaded off and the streets will be cleared of parked vehicles. FULL STORY

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