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December 20, 2002

  • News: Levittown Re-Elects Fire Commissioner

    On Dec. 10, Levittown voters re-elected Fire Commissioner Timothy Courtney. He will be serving his fourth term on the Levittown Board of Fire Commissioners. FULL STORY

  • News: Christmas Comes Early for Local Family

    Levittown residents Ryan and Michael Steubing were recently treated to an early Christmas present when the Murphy Construction Company of Freeport offered to renovate the room the two brothers share in their home for free, making it 16x14 feet just in time for Christmas. Ryan and Michael, 19 and 14 respectively, were both diagnosed with Muscular Dystrophy at an early age and their current bedroom is not big enough for both boys and their wheelchairs and medical equipment. FULL STORY

  • Sports: Volleyball

    The eighth-grade boys basketball team traveled to Viking territory to take on an always tough opponent in Seaford. The Bulldogs exploded to an early 23-7 halftime lead. Seaford battled back with an impressive low post game and took the lead late in the fourth period. To the Dawgs credit, they bent, but would not break. The game eventually came down to a battle of free throws, with the Vikes winning that encounter. Player of the game with game-high honors was Will Lopez with 18 points and five assists. Jon O'Connell netted nine with an impressive game at the point. For the second consecutive game, the Bulldogs had 11 players contribute in the scoring column. Matt Gelormino had six, while Brendan Spiess added four. All with a bucket each were Rob Fragoletti, Ever Reyes, Chris Caragher, Dan Hart and William Caldarera, who scored his first career points. Ever Reyes was just a machine under the boards, ripping down 10 rebounds. Adding a free throw each was John Carey and Jonathan Bartlett. This was truly an exciting game, ending in a 51-49 defeat. This talented group has a great future in front of them. FULL STORY

  • Sports: MacArthur Wrestling Makes Strong Statement

    The Generals wrestling team took to the mat this past weekend. The wrestlers totally dominated the MacArthur Holiday Tournament, defeating Nassau County Powerhouses Massapequa, East Meadow, Farmingdale and Suffurn. The Generals crowned six champions, one silver and one bronze. FULL STORY

  • Opinion: Kiwanis Korner
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