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NOVEMBER 24, 2006

  • News: Suozzi Commends New Hyde Park Village for Revitalization Project

    Nassau County Executive Tom Suozzi commended Village Officials in New Hyde Park for their Downtown Revitalization Project. The county executive was joined in New Hyde Park by Village Officials, Clerk-Treasurer Patrick Farrell, Trustees Donald Barbieri and Richard Coppola, State Assemblyman Tom McKevitt, Nassau County Legislator Richard Nicolello and Town of North Hempstead Supervisor Jon Kaiman. FULL STORY

  • News: New Hyde Park School Board to Start at 7 p.m. for Next Few Meetings

    Because the New Hyde Park/Garden City Park School District is, with the aid of BOCES Erie, reviewing, as a first reading, all their policies, the next few monthly meetings will begin at 7 p.m. and the board will review each and every revised policy as submitted by BOCES. They will stop at 8 p.m. and the regular meeting will begin. FULL STORY

  • Sports: New Hyde Park Wildcats Roundup

    Well, the streak continues. Thirty-one in a row. The parents' futility marches on. On a magnificent fall day, the junior game was close as the winner wasn't declared until the second shootout but, as usual, the players prevailed. After a game that saw the scoreboard light up like a Christmas tree, the athletes' pinpoint shooting was the deciding factor as each player put in one goal apiece in the sudden-death period. Julius Sum, Samantha Duggan, Harrison Stein and guest player, Jennifer, were able to sneak one past the goalkeeper, Carol Duggan, who lacked the inexperience in the net to make a difference. During the regulation match, Harrison and Samantha each had a "hat trick" scoring three goals, while Julius and Jennifer added one each. Corey Stein was on fire as he carried the bulk of the scoring for the parents. Coach Brianna added one more. Corey and Carol scored in the shootout but it was just not quite enough. The seniors emerged with a new offensive force as Perry Mack lit up the scoreboard with a "hat trick". Connor Farrell battled for his goal with grit and determination. Stefani Egre had one goal with a nice move on a stunned goalie and added the clincher with a blast at the end, sealing the victory. Billy Russo had the best touch of the day as he lifted a super shot over the goalie's shoulder. Sebastian Garcia was a star in goal for the players as he frustrated the parents time and again with catlike moves and great saves. The parents had two early goals, one by Kerri Abberton with a blast in stride and sister Krys added the second in quick succession. The scoring drought continued until late in the second half when coach Rich got the third tally and it looked like the tide was turning. Marty Egre put in another goal right away but the defense of Debbie Chin, Andrew Abberton, Andrew Solar and Matt Saraiva quickly put an end to that and shutout the parents the rest of the way. Outstanding midfield play by Nick Marangoudakis, Alex Warner and Karen Babyak. FULL STORY

  • Opinion: From the Desk of Dr. John Bierwirth, Superintendent of Herricks Public Schools Logo
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