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June 18, 1999

  • NEWS: The State of the Parks

    If the hot weather of last week is any indication of what the summer months have in store for area residents, then Town of Oyster Bay parks, pools and beaches should be a popular destination spot this summer. Town Supervisor John Venditto spoke with the Hicksville Illustrated News earlier this week about the state of the town's parks and recreations. FULL STORY

  • NEWS: A Need For Structure

    The efforts of the Hicksville Youth Council to sustain its existence, financially, have been well documented in recent years. Most recently, they sent out a mailing to Hicksville residents looking for financial support. The response was nominal. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Hicksville Mets Beat South Shore Rebels

    The Hicksville Mets, behind Ricky Smith's four-hit shut out, evened their record at 1-1. Ricky had command of all his pitches and needed just 80 pitches for the complete game. Coach Tom Ricci and Angelo Noce are extremely happy watching Ricky progress from a thrower to a pitcher. Ricky was backed by errorless team defense. Matt Scally at shortstop and Mark Colaizzo at first base and Brian Locurto at first base each made a gem of a play to preserve the shutout. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Hicksville Native Update

    Abbey Toich, a 1997 graduate of Hicksville High School, has been named to the New England Intercollegiate Softball Coaches Association Division I All-Star First Team. The selections were made based on a vote of NEISCA member coaches from division I schools. Abbey attends the University of Hartford and her major is in physical therapy. Abbey finished her sophomore year with a 3.2 average. FULL STORY

  • OPINION: Open Letter to Hicksville Residents
  • OPINION: Recalling Billy Joel Memories

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