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June 26, 1998

  • NEWS: Brooks to Challenge Balboni

    Jon Schuyler Brooks of Manhasset has accepted the nomination of the Democratic Party as its candidate for New York State Senate in the 7th Senate District against Senator Michael J. Balboni. Mr. Brooks, born, raised and educated in the district, was nominated by North Hempstead Councilwoman Doreen Banks, and was endorsed by North Hempstead Supervisor May Newburger, Assemblyman Thomas DiNapoli, and former Assemblyman Angelo Orazio. The seat is currently held by Republican Michael Balboni, who was appointed to the office upon the death of State Senator Michael J. Tully in August, 1997. Mr. Balboni then ran for the seat and defeated Democrat Doreen Banks in November. That race was for the remaining year of Senator Tully's term. The 1998 election will be for a full term. FULL STORY

  • NEWS: Neighbors in the News

    John S. Neamonitis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Neamonitis of Munsey Park, has graduated from Chaminade High School where he was a member of the National Honor Society and on the Honor Roll for four consecutive years. During his senior year, he was co-editor-in-chief of the school newspaper, Tarmac. His article, "Not As Simple As Black and White," on the subject of racial discrimination won best editorial among all Long Island high school newspapers and was published by The Long Island Catholic . John will be attending the Leonard N. Stern School of Business of New York University in the fall where he plans to major in finance and international trade. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: A Banner Year for Girls' Softball

    A bumper sticker in town proclaims that "Baseball is Back." We, amend that message to say "and so is Girls' Softball." The renewed interest in the national pastime has no gender-based boundaries. With softball clinics for grades one through four and a "traveling" fifth grade CYO team, the future of the sport looks bright. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Manhasset Baseball League News

    The Manhasset Baseball League has finished its first season in style with yet another upset in the Major Division Playoffs by the new champions--the Hothem Enterprises Dodgers. The Dodgers beat the PP Whitney Orioles 14-11 in a slugfest as a condensed week of playoffs took its toll on the pitching rotations of both squads. FULL STORY

  • OPINION: Bon Voyage, Class of 1998
  • OPINION: Thanks, Coach

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