Suozzi Calls for Traffic Light Cameras to Improve Safety
To improve driver and pedestrian safety, Nassau County Executive Thomas R. Suozzi today called on the state to allow Nassau to install 50 "red-light" cameras at high-risk intersections throughout the County. These cameras would take digital images of the license plates of vehicles running red lights, and the county would then mail $50 summons to the cars' registered owners.
New Hyde Park Little League Holds Annual Opening Day Parade
More than 600 New Hyde Park Little Leaguers gathered at Leonard Boulevard and Jericho Turnpike for the annual New Hyde Park Little League Parade that ended at Nuzzi ballpark for a wonderful ceremony.
Merillon Little League Scores
Katie Belmonte continues to swing a good bat. She sees the ball real well off the T and runs the bases real good. Daniella Connor continues to improve with her hitting. We call her lefty. Today, she practiced a lot with her fielding & throwing and playing the field. Isabella Fazzolari continues to excel in hitting, fielding & throwing. She shows real good skills in catching & throwing the ball. Una is a real smart baseball player. She hits the ball real well off the T. She always makes good contact with the ball. She played the field today making some good catches & throws. She is a real team player. Eleni Polichronakis played for the first time this year. She picked up all aspects of the game real fast and joined in the fun with her teammates.
New Hyde Park Wildcats Roundup
Cheetah Girls were short handed today but played their hearts out. Hannah Arkin and Jillian Minda were so aggressive on offense dribbling through many players. Natalie Kariotis had a couple shots off the goalie legs. Caitlin Cosme was the anchor of defense making many stops. Samantha Merino and Nicole Farishian played incredible defense. Kimberly Keblish and Jules Wesler were awesome in goal with many saves. Great Job!
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