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November 7, 1997

  • News: Building Momentum in Downtown Hicksville

    Patricia Conway has big plans for Hicksville. Installed in September for her second term, the president of the Hicksville Chamber of Commerce is proud to be involved in the increasingly salient efforts to revitalize Hicksville and create a cohesive downtown community. With the town's 350th anniversary celebrations just around the corner, Nassau County's 100th anniversary in 1999 and the US Open to be held at Bethpage State Park in 2002, there is no better time. FULL STORY

  • News: Community Council Meets the Candidates

    Nineteen candidates in the running for the Nov. 4th election race put in their appearance at the Hicksville Community Council's "Meet the Candidates Night" last Wednesday, Oct. 29. FULL STORY

  • News: Library News

    What is Hicksville Reading? FULL STORY

  • News: Oil Painter Demonstrates Technique at HPL

    The Independent Art Society held its November meeting at the Hicksville Public Library on Monday, November 3. The guest artist and demonstrator was John Bernhardt who works primarily with wet oils. FULL STORY

  • News: Girl Scout Recollection Day

    On Saturday, October 4, there were 600 Girl Scouts from all over Long Island at Our Lady of the Island Shrine for Girl Scout Recollection Day. FULL STORY

  • News: HFD Survey Reveals Customer Satisfaction

    The Hicksville Fire Department customer satisfaction survey program has completed its first three months (July, August and September) of 1997, posting the results as indicated below. FULL STORY

  • News: Iris Wolfson Re-elected Treasurer

    Iris Wolfson, a member of the Nassau County Board of Cooperative Educational Services (BOCES), was re-elected to a one-year term as treasurer of the New York State School Boards Association on Saturday, Oct. 25, at the association's annual business meeting. FULL STORY

  • Sports: Varsity Icemen Continue Hot Streak

    Hats Off to Faulkner -- Yom Kippur made things a little interesting in the Stars' second game of the season against Long Beach, but there was no interest at the rink. Long Beach was without six of their players because of the Jewish holiday and Hicksville was without five because of conflicts with their travel teams' schedules. FULL STORY

  • Sports: Hicksville Royals on a Roll

    Royals pitchers Matt Scally and Ricky Smith combined their efforts, yielding only three hits to Deer Park in the Royals' 6-1 victory. FULL STORY

  • Opinion: Letter: Viewing Contracts Under FOIL
  • Opinion: Letter: Taps for Lt. Col. Ronald Wellman Logo
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