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October 1, 2004

  • News: District Attorney Dillon Alerts Residents About E-Mail Scams

    The computer age has brought new innovations in communication on a regular basis. One of the most popular is e-mail. Used regularly by millions of Americans to communicate with family and friends, as well as receive information, e-mail is rapidly becoming a favorite tool of con artists and criminals. Scam artists have learned that e-mail provides a means of reaching countless people all over the world simultaneously, providing a whole new source of potential victims. FULL STORY

  • News: 8th Precinct Officer Honored at Police Service Awards

    Hempstead Town Supervisor Kate Murray honored members from the Nassau County Police Departments during its 7th Annual Police Service Awards ceremony on Tuesday, Sept. 21. Police personnel were honored for their community service, bravery and heroism in solving crimes and ensuring the safety and security of all citizens. FULL STORY

  • Sports: Island Trees Sports

    The Island Trees Boys Varsity Soccer team is off to a solid start to their 2004 season. The team is led by captains Sean Walsh, Christian Salvage and Brian Beissel. This year's team has 14 returning players from last year's team. In addition to the captains, they are Matt Burgos, Adam Chase, Russell Davis, T.J. Fabis, Rob Lovaglio, Bryan Marksteiner, Joe Paciullo, Brian Spiess, Sean Thomson and Mike Topel. This year's schedule is as tough as it gets, playing last year's Long Island Champs, Jericho, and five other past county championship teams. The Bulldogs proved they are ready to contend by losing a nail biter 3-2 to Jericho after having the tying goal called back with minutes to play. Seniors Topel and Salvage each netted a goal and senior Davis made several key saves in the game. Next up for the Bulldogs is league play versus Hewlett, Valley Stream, Wantagh, New Hyde Park, Great Neck North and Roslyn. FULL STORY

  • Sports: Red Devils Seniors

    The spectators packed the stands, the cheerleaders looked great, and you sensed that the players were ready to rock-and-roll. The captains went to the center of the gridiron, and Levittown won the coin toss and elected to receive the ball first. As the players lined up on their respective sides, it was known that this was going to be an exciting game against a big Farmingdale team. FULL STORY

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