Taking a Stand Against County Cuts
Vowing to continue their fight to have funding restored to social service agencies in Nassau County, hundreds of people rallied outside the legislative building in Mineola earlier this week.
Civilian Police Academy Puts Residents in Officers' Shoes
The Nassau County Civilian Police Academy is an opportunity for active community members or residents who are critical of the police department, to discover what is involved in not only becoming an officer, but being one.
Stars Battle in Manhattan
A job well done, once again, by the Hicksville Americans Soccer Club Boys U-8 "A" Tournament Team, the Stars. The boys played their hearts out at the Martin Luther King Tournament held at Chelsea Piers in Manhattan, on Jan. 15. Tournament format included 7-eleven minute games. After this round the top four teams move on to the championship round.
Ignatius Student Council Raises Money for Needy
The Student Council of Saint Ignatius Loyola School had a very successful candy cane sale in December. The student council, a group of students committed to help those in need, raised over $150 during this sale. Council moderators Mrs. Ahr, Mrs. Collis, and Miss Petitto, bought baby clothes with the funds. The baby clothes were given to Sister Kathleen McCarthy, the director of Human Services at Saint Ignatius. The clothes were distributed to families in need.
In Response to Staton Letter
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