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March 20, 1998

  • NEWS: Officials Address Megan's Law

    In light of recent reports that a paroled sex offender has moved into Levittown- part of the Island Trees School District, Senator Kemp Hannon advises parents and residents to contact local police if they have questions or concerns about specific individuals. FULL STORY

  • NEWS: Community Service Recognition Night

    The Levittown School District sponsored their second annual Recognition Night for Community Service this past Tuesday at the Memorial Education Center. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Island Trees Middle School Athletics

    The Girls White Basketball Team avenged a 20-point loss to Plainview with a 37-30 victory in a game played in the noisy Dawg pound. With the girls clinging to a two-point lead entering the fifth period of play, they pulled off the impossible by shutting out Plainview in the quarter and gaining an emotional, hard-fought and deserving win. Two outstanding games were turned in by co-captains Jodie Schoppmann and Ashley Tonno each of whom scored 14 and controlled the action throughout. Schoppmann's clutch free throw with 24 seconds remaining sealed the victory. Tonno inspirationally pulled herself off the deck late in the game, after taking an elbow to the nose, to score the final two points. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS SPOTLIGHT: Karen Rice MacArthur High School

    Karen Rice is MacArthur High School's choice for the Athlete Spotlight for the Week of March 9. Karen has been a member of the Varsity winter and spring track teams for the past three years. In this, her third and final season, she had a very successful winter season by qualifying for the Nassau County Section VIII Track Meet where she competed against the best runners in Nassau County in the 4 by 100 relay team. FULL STORY

  • OPINION: Kiwanis Korner

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