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December 18, 1998

  • NEWS: Dunne Is Fishing for Safety

    Legislator Dennis Dunne, a Levittown resident, took his role as a local politician to a new level last week when he took it upon himself to get involved in a rescue effort that saved approximately 10,000 carp and goldfish from dying when the sump on Cornflower Road and Jerusalem Avenue was drained. FULL STORY

  • NEWS: Levittown School Board Rejects District Rezoning

    In a move that surprised many and pleased those who would have been affected, at the Dec. 9 Levittown Board of Education meeting the board rejected a proposal to change the secondary attendance zone in the district. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Salk Fall Athletics 1998

    The Jonas Salk Middle School fall athletic season has come to a successful conclusion. The boys soccer teams, the girls soccer teams, the football team, the cross country team, and the badminton team all maximized their rosters to encourage athletic participation. The dedication and sportsmanship exhibited by the athletes at Salk allowed all the teams to develop into solid squads. The highlight of the fall athletic season was the addition of the seventh grade boys soccer team and the seventh grade girls soccer team. The extra team enabled 50 more students to participate in athletics. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Island Trees Sports

    The girls varsity team is off to an excellent start. On their first match of the season, the team defeated Wantagh in a close match by the score of 6-5. In their second match, they defeated Massapequa 11-0. Pam Koromi (167), Kathy Curry (154) and Lou Ann Koromi (154) rolled good scores. FULL STORY

  • OPINION: Around the Town
  • OPINION: School Board Criticism

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