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March 19, 1999

  • NEWS: Leo's Will Be Coming to Manhasset

    The North Hempstead Board of Zoning Appeals has granted Leo's Restaurant and the Arthur Wright Trust's application for a conditional use permit "to permit the conversion of a retail store to a restaurant with insufficient off-street parking." This means that the long-discussed opening of a Manhasset Leo's Restaurant will take place shortly. There has been a Leo's Restaurant in Garden City for 27 years. FULL STORY

  • NEWS: A Sad Farewell to 'Mr. Manhasset'

    St. Mary's Church in Manhasset was filled on Saturday, March 13, as family, colleagues and friends said goodbye to one of Manhasset's favorite sons, a man who was known to many as "Mr. Manhasset," the Honorable Kenneth D. Molloy. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Softball and Baseball to Begin Practices

    The Manhasset Baseball and Softball Leagues will both begin practices later this month. For the girls Softball League, 3rd and 4th graders will begin on Sunday, March 21, indoors at St. Mary's Wiest Hall. The initial practice will run from 9 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. The 5th/6th/7th grade girls will follow from 10:30 a.m. to noon, also at Wiest Hall. Each girl should bring a baseball glove and sneakers. This practice will be an important part of the evaluation process to ensure equally talented teams during the season. Please plan on attending. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: St. Mary's Takes NSCHSAA Gold

    Having taken first place in the regular season of the Nassau Suffolk Catholic High School Athletic Association, St. Mary's was given a bye in the first round of the league play-offs. In the semi-finals, the Gaels faced fourth-seeded St. Dominic's from Oyster Bay. Even though St. Mary's had defeated St. Dom's twice during the season, they still worked very hard to prepare for this game. FULL STORY

  • OPINION: Heavens Gates Opened Wide
  • OPINION: A Step Closer

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