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January 12, 2001

  • NEWS: DiNapoli Plans Run for Nassau County Executive

    When he addressed the Rotary Club of Manhasset a few weeks ago, Assemblyman Tom DiNapoli said that in his re-election this past November, he had his "best numbers ever." He even improved his percentage in traditionally Republican Manhasset. Perhaps heartened by that success, DiNapoli announced on Monday that he plans to seek the Democratic nomination for county executive. As a result of that decision he resigned as head of the Nassau Democratic Party. Larry Aaronson, former mayor of East Hills and former assistant to Town of North Hempstead Supervisor May Newburger, will serve as acting Democratic chairman until an election is held for the position on Jan. 18. It is expected that Mr. Aaronson will then be elected to the position. FULL STORY

  • NEWS: Manhasset 2000: The Year in Review

    Summer brought good news to the area, as there was news that the osprey had returned to our peninsula in greater numbers than ever before. There were nine active nests reported on or near the shorelines of Long Island Sound, Manhasset Bay and Hempstead Harbor. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: St. Mary's Wins Third Phillie Hockey Tournament

    St. Mary's varsity hockey team continued their dominance of the Philadelphia High School Hockey Tournament with a five game sweep. Even with a blizzard going on, the Gaels were on fire on the ice as they won their third straight championship. The first game was against Washington Township form New Jersey and the Gaels prevailed 4-3. Andy Gartman had two goals. Dan Doremus and Brian Mitchell had the other two goals. The second game had St. Mary's against Henderson from Pennsylvania. Goalie Rob Phelan stopped all 11 shots to gain a shutout. Matt Gilroy, Andy Gartman and Sean Dvoran each had a goal in the victory. In the third game of the preliminaries, the Gaels played Westchester East and the Gaels dominated the game with a 6-1 victory. Billy Murray had two goals and an assist. Brendan Rizzo, Andy Gartman, Matt Gilroy and Brian Mitchell had one each. St. Mary's team finished the preliminaries 3-0 and was the #1 seed in the playoff round. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Manhasset Public Schools Sports Schedule

  • OPINION: Snow and Superstition
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