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October 9, 1998

  • NEWS: Division Band Marches Into Another Competitive Season

    For over 10 years the Division Avenue Marching Band has been participating in regional competitions through the United States Scholastic Band Association (USSBA). FULL STORY

  • NEWS: News From the Assembly

    As part of his ongoing effort to encourage constituent involvement in the state's governmental process, Assemblyman Marc Herbst will hold a "Talk of the Town" session at the Green Point Savings Bank, 3721 Hempstead Turnpike, Levittown on Oct. 19 from noon - 1 p.m. The session will provide an opportunity for local residents to meet with Herbst and his staff members to discuss issues of local and government concern and also provide informative government brochures. As is his custom, Herbst said these meetings will be informal and that there is no issue of concern to local residents too trivial to discuss. "I encourage anyone with even a passing interest in the workings of their government to take advantage of this opportunity to air their views and discuss their concerns." FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Island Trees Sports

    The JV Football Bulldogs have a new look and new attitude. The new look is comprised of a new all-Island Trees alumni coaching staff: Head coach Jim Volpe '87, assistants Tom McCormick '82 and Jim Schepp '85. In addition to the new staff, are fresh recruits from the middle school. They will join a good cast of returning players to form a solid foundation for a successful future team. The most impressive characteristic of this team is their positive attitude. Teammates constantly encourage one another to work hard and do their best. This never-say-die squad refuses to lose and have found ways to win two close games this season to make their record 2-0. Fine teams must have fine leaders and I think we have three: Center/LB Jeff Ritter, RB/SS Mike Buonomo and RB/LB Ryan Linzie. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Levittown Red Devils Football

    Pee Wee Grey extended its winning streak to four on Sunday, by defeating the West Babylon Jets 23-7. The offensive line, led by Matthew Burmeister, Brett Tom, Connor Bickford, Danny Nicolino, John Kreppel, Bobby Barsch, Anthony Villa, and Dennis Lawrence, did an excellent job of blocking, allowing Pee Wee Grey to score three touchdowns in the first half. On the first play of the game Chris Brumber ran for a touchdown, followed by Tommy Celentani running in the extra point to make the score 7-0. West Babylon scored on their next possession, tying up the score at 7 all. Early in the second quarter Jack Lang ran for a 38 yard touchdown and then Lang kicked for two more points bringing Pee Wee Grey ahead 15-7. Late in the second quarter Brumber ran the ball in for his second touchdown and Lang was successful with his second kick, bringing the score to 23-7. FULL STORY

  • OPINION: An Honest Mistake
  • OPINION: Regarding Catholic Health Services

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