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December 17, 1999

  • NEWS: Town Closes on Plainview Land Sale

    The final hurdle in the sale and development of 65 acres in Plainview was cleared earlier this week, after year-long negotiations between the Town of Oyster Bay, the developer and town residents resulted in the town board's approval of several resolutions allowing the land sale and construction to proceed. FULL STORY

  • NEWS: Landmark and School Celebrates 75 Years

    Hicksville's Middle School building celebrated its 75th birthday this past week with a fanfare and program worthy of the institution which has graced Jerusalem Avenue since 1924. The leaders of the school's erection and administration who were present for the school's 50th Anniversary, in 1975 are no longer with us (School Board President Frank Chlumsky, Trustee Henry Brengel and 36-year principal, Miss Mabel Farley), but today's School Board President, Mrs. Nancy Callari, trustee Richard Pfaender, and Superintendent of Schools Dr. Edward Finn, headed a list of dignitaries present. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Holy Family 7th Grade Basketball Team Starts Its Season 2-0

    Holy Family was able to get its season off to a fast start this weekend by pulling out a 45-41 victory over a strong St. Boniface team. By beating St. Boniface, Holy Family's 7th grade basketball team was able to improve its record to 2-0. Holy Family's victory over St. Boniface followed its opening weekend victory over St. Adian by the score of 59-50. In both of its victories Holy Family was led by the scoring and rebounding of Allan Haynes and Bobby McAuley. Allan scored 12 points in the St. Aidan game and 17 points in the St. Boniface game while Bobby scored 12 points in the St. Aidan game and nine points in the St. Boniface game. Also helping with the rebounding duties was James Robison, Mark Mondello and Danny Slater. Danny was also active in the scoring area with a total of 10 points over the two games. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: HBA Spring Registrations

    The Hicksville Baseball Association will be having open registration for baseball and softball for the 2000 season on the following dates: Sat. Jan. 8 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Levittown Hall; Thurs., Jan. 13, from 7:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at the Hicksville Library; Sat., Jan 15, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Levittown Hall FULL STORY

  • OPINION: Over 60
  • OPINION: Not Interested in Party Rhetoric



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