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February 27, 1998

  • NEWS: Only One Contest in Village Elections

    Village elections will take place in Munsey Park, Flower Hill, Plandome, Plandome Heights and Plandome Manor on Tuesday, March 17, from noon to 9 p.m. Any resident who is registered to vote with the Nassau County Board of Elections can vote in the village election.

  • NEWS: Together We Can Make It Happen

    Additional chairs had to be unfolded to accommodate the number of community members who attended the February meeting of the board of trustees of the Manhasset Public Library... Audience members expressed their strong feelings concerning the inadequacy of the present library and sought more information concerning Mayor Lentini's proposal.

  • NEWS: EOC Ups the Ante in High Street Battle

    The board of directors of the Manhasset/Great Neck EOC (Economic Opportunity Commission) held a rally on Wednesday, Feb. 18, to demand that the Nassau County EOC return title of the building at 65 High Street to the local group.

  • SPORTS: Baseball League News

    As baseball season approaches, the new Manhasset Baseball League, 28 teams strong, is making several announcements.

  • SPORTS: On The Bay

    Nine Interclub teams sailed at MBYC on Sunday, Feb. 22. Air temperature: 40 degrees, water: 38 degrees and wind: westerly at 4-5 knots.

  • SPORTS: PAL Boys Lacrosse Begins Season

    The PAL Boys Lacrosse season starts on Saturday morning, March 7. All third- and fourth-grade players meet at Munsey Park Field at 8:30. The fifth- and sixth-grade players meet at 10:30. Note: First- and second-grade players start on Saturday, March 14 at noon. All players should bring their sticks, gloves and helmets. It is not too late to register. Just come to the field. The next few weeks the coaches will be grading in preparation of forming teams. The players will practice and learn the fundamentals of the game from a group of coaches, many of whom starred in high school and college.

  • OPINION: Editorial: Small is Beautiful
  • OPINION: Letter: Wreaths Symbols of Good Cheer
  • OPINION: Letter: Violence No Solution

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