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July 30, 1999

  • NEWS: Finding New Uses for Levittown's Vacant Schools

    At the July 21 Special Meeting of the Levittown Board of Education, Superintendent of Schools Dr. Herman Sirois spoke with the board about plans for two school buildings owned by the district that are not being used for regular classes. FULL STORY

  • NEWS: McCarthy Seeks Prescription Drug Fairness for Seniors

    Congresswoman Carolyn McCarthy met with members of the press at a drug store in Franklin Square on Monday to speak about the Prescription Drug Fairness Act for Senior Citizens, which she is co-sponsoring with Rep. Tom Allen (Maine). This bipartisan bill is a proposal to equalize the prices paid by senior citizens and favored customers for prescription medicines. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Levittown West Baseball Makes District Finals

    The 11 and 12 year old boys in Levittown West Little League Baseball have been playing in the Williamsport Tournament and have reached the district finals. The team's next opponent will be the East Meadow National Team. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Supporting Girls Softball

    Hempstead Town Councilwoman Linda Reed and New York State Assemblywoman Kathleen P. Murray lend their support and encouragement to Levittown Girls Softball Team members Kelly Spicher and Nicole Ruggiero of Levittown and Taylor Courtney of Seaford at the 1999 All-Star Day of the Levittown Athletic Club, which was held at Azalea Road Park in Levittown. This year's event included a special ceremony inducting past players, coaches and presidents into the club's newly established Hall of Fame. Levittown Athletic Club President Gene Grella and Vice President Ken Benson of Levittown were both on hand to commend their Levittown Girls Softball Team on a job well done. FULL STORY

  • OPINION: Searching for a Solution
  • OPINION: An Overlooked and Overburdened Population

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