Stories That Made Headlines in 2004
The following is a list of top stories, compiled by the editor, which occurred throughout 2004. Full stories can be obtained by logging onto www.antonnews.com and clicking on the Levittown Tribune archives.
Levittown Schools Set Budget Development Guidelines for 2005-2006
There shall be no reductions in the current levels of quality of educational programs and services, including staffing ratios and other per pupil expenditures.
Levittown's Carlos Castro, Jr. Honored at Awards Night
The Dec. 21 meeting of the Greater Long Island Running Club served as the Club's annual Awards Night for 2004, highlighted by a bunch of very special people receiving awards in recognition of their athletic accomplishments in the year that is coming to a close.
The first registration for the 2005 Levittown Athletic Club Girls Softball season went well. The next registration will be held on Friday, Jan. 14 at the Levittown Public Library in Room A. The hours will be from 7-9 p.m. All new players must supply a copy of their birth certificate that will be kept on file for future years. LAC has three divisions for girls in grades two through 12. There will also be three free clinics in February for all registered players. Clinics on Jan. 5 and 12 will be held at Northside School and Friday, Jan. 18 at the Island Trees Middle School. For additional information please telephone Joel Bearman at 731-1454.
From the Desk of Assemblyman David G. McDonough