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February 13, 2004

  • News: Challenges Loom for 2004-05 School Budget

    (To the Public: The 2004-2005 Budget Plan presentation, reported to the board of education by Dr. Lawrence E. Bozzomo, superintendent of schools, is available on the district's website at Manhasset.k12.ny.us. For information, please call the Office of Community Services at 627-4400, ext. 2101.) FULL STORY

  • News: King Kullen Opens at Manhasset Center

    After the absence of a supermarket in Manhasset for two years, King Kullen opened a major store at the Manhasset Center, Shelter Rock Road and Northern Boulevard on Friday, Jan. 30. Town of North Hempstead leaders attended the opening, along with local business people, civic leaders and other invited guests. They were greeted by a magnificent floral display of potted flowering plants such as azaleas, cyclamen and tulips massed at the entrance. Also showing off the new store's delicatessen department was a buffet table of hot and cold appetizers. For those who were able to tear themselves away from this warm welcome, there were tours of the store and store directories. The latter will certainly be needed for first-time shoppers because the store is large and the selection almost endless, alphabetically running from "aluminum foil" to "waxes." Valet parking was offered to the guests and valet parking will be a feature of the store's amenities. It will cost $3 and for that the shopper can give her/his car to an attendant, the $3 will be added to the bill when the shopper checks out and the attendant will return with the car. The new store is certainly spectacular and will take more than one visit to enable the shopper to familiarize her/himself with it. From deli department to bakery to meat and seafood and including fresh produce, the shopper is tempted by high quality food in almost endless varieties. FULL STORY

  • Sports: MHS Girls Finish Season Undefeated

    The first week of February was a tough one for the Manhasset Girls Varsity Basketball Team. Coming into the week with an undefeated record, the girls would play Roosevelt on Tuesday, Island Trees on Thursday, and Clark on Friday. They certainly rose to the challenge. FULL STORY

  • Sports: Manhasset Bay Indoor Track Team Wins Three County Championships

    Led by Erik Lawrence's (10) county championship in the 3200 meter run (10 pts.); Troy Williams (12) county championship in the long jump (10 pts.) and a county championship in the 800 meter relay (10 pts.) run by Cary Choy (11), Troy Williams (12), William Curry (12) and David Young (12) the boys team was runner-up county champions to a strong Westbury team. The county championship was held Saturday night, Feb. 7, at Suffolk County College. The runner-up or county championship has been the normal performance by the team in recent years. FULL STORY

  • Opinion: Misunderstandings Occurred
  • Opinion: No Stone Left Unturned

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