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December 21, 2001

  • NEWS: Kevin Regan Honored for Making a Difference

    Levittown resident Kevin Regan was recently honored by the Town of Hempstead by being presented with the town's 2001 "Make a Difference" Award Medal. Regan was recognized for this volunteer service to the Levittown Community, particularly to its youth. In addition to working within his home community, Regan is the deputy commissioner of the department of engineering for the Town of Hempstead. FULL STORY

  • NEWS: Governor Attends Town Meeting

    Governor George Pataki recently joined the newly-appointed Director of Homeland Security Tom Ridge and a team of New York State officials during a town hall meeting on security issues at Hofstra University. The hour-long meeting featured questions from students and Long Island citizens ranging from security of local bridges to how to best protect the area's children. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Division Avenue HS Varsity Basketball

    By defeating Carey and host Cold Spring Harbor High Schools, the Division Avenue Varsity Boys basketball team captured the Cold Spring Harbor Tournament. This came after loosing a heartbreaking 75-74 game on a last second shot in overtime to The Oure School from Oure, Denmark. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Levittown PAL Lacrosse - Stick With It

    The Levittown PAL Lacrosse program will be back in full swing come the new year. Once again, varsity lacrosse players from the area high schools will be assisting with instructing the PAL players for the winter clinic program. With the care and assistance of their high school coaches, the varsity players are instrumental in improving the skill level for all the PAL members whether they are brand new to the sport or "seasoned" veterans. The Levittown PAL program provides gym time on Saturdays in January and March for the PAL players as well as varsity players from Island Trees, Division and MacArthur. This is a winning situation for everyone as the varsity and PAL players all get an early jump on conditioning and readying their skills for the upcoming spring season. In addition, the younger players get to meet and interact with their future varsity coaches at an early age. Hopefully, this nurturing will result in a long lasting relationship with the coaches as well as the sport of lacrosse. Anyone who would like to register for the winter lacrosse indoor clinic should call the PAL office for more information at 579-7999. FULL STORY

  • OPINION: Thank You to the Residents of the Levittown Fire District
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