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November 12, 1999

  • NEWS: 'Wait and See' in Town of Hempstead Elections

    Despite reports in Newsday over the weekend that there was a tally mix-up in the Town of Hempstead elections and incumbent Republican Linda Reed was actually trailing Democrat Rita Kestenbaum by 300 votes, the board of elections said they knew of no such mix-up and their numbers were the same at our press time as they were the morning after the elections with Reed leading by 318 votes. FULL STORY

  • NEWS: IT Prepares for Expanding High School Population

    The Island Trees Board of Education, at their Oct. 27 meeting, approved a resolution to authorize Superintendent Richard Segerdahl to proceed with his recommended capital projects for the coming year, a major component of which would be a concourse level academic area at the high school. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Levittown Red Devils Football

    Levittown Midget Red was successful once again, defeating Deer Park 25-6 on Sunday. Mark Sniffen started the game off, running 65 yards for a touchdown, giving Red an early 6-0 lead. On Red's second drive Sniffen threw a 34 yard pass to Frankie Baglivo in the end zone for a touchdown. Adam Swensen ran in for the extra point, increasing Red's lead to 13-0. Late in the second quarter, Christopher Callahan had a huge quarterback sack and Sniffen had an interception which held Deer Park scoreless in the first half. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Island Trees Sports

    The seventh grade boys soccer team closed out the season against Woodland. Woodland was also the Bulldogs first game of the season. The Bulldogs lost 4-0 that game. The rematch was a beauty; it was soccer played at the best level by both teams. Joe Paciullo, Sean Walsh, Brian Beissel, Robert Lovaglio, Mike Topel, Bryan Marksteiner and Adam Chase played a great offensive game with a total of eight shots on net. Sean Lehosky, Bobby Zetterberg and Chris Salvage played an awesome mid-field. The demolition defense did a remarkable job stopping Woodland before they reached the 18. The demolition defense consisted of Joe Reyes, Lehosky, Brian Spiess, Dennis Rochon, Sean Thomson and last but not least, who had a great season, the All-Star sweeper T.J. Fabis. The goalie; who set the stands in an electrifying mood, Russell Davis, had seven saves and saved the game from a tie with a leap of faith and knocked the ball high above the net. The Bulldogs won on Friday. Goals were scored by Salvage with two and Chase with one. Topel, Beissel and Salvage made assists. Final score Bulldogs 3, Woodland 2. Great game fellas and a magnificent season played by all. FULL STORY

  • OPINION: An Open Letter to the Community
  • OPINION: Around the Town

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