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February 20, 2004

  • News: Ticket Blitz Causes Concern in Munsey Park

    Were you one of the many people who recently received a parking ticket at the Munsey Park School? In an effort to alleviate the very dangerous traffic conditions at the school at drop off and pickup times, the 6th Precinct has been called in to enforce the regulations regarding parking and moving vehicles. At a meeting composed of Mayor Harry Nicolaides, Principal Jean Kendall, representatives from the SCA, the teachers and support staff, it was announced that a traffic consulting firm has been hired to find solutions, that can be inaugurated with all due speed, to the traffic flow problems. FULL STORY

  • News: Reminder: Weekend Closures of LIE Between Exits 39 and 40

    The Long Island Expressway (LIE) will be closed in Old Westbury this weekend from Friday night, Feb. 20 through Sunday morning, Feb. 22, weather permitting, between Exit 39 (Glen Cove Road) and Exit 40 (Jericho Turnpike), in order to demolish the Steele Hill Road bridge in Old Westbury. The LIE will be closed beginning eastbound at 11 p.m. and westbound at 10 p.m. on Friday evening. The contractor anticipates reopening the LIE Sunday morning by 8 a.m. This weekend LIE closure is needed to prevent motorists from being exposed to any potentially hazardous operations during this extensive demolition operation. FULL STORY

  • Sports: MHS Girls Track Team Place 4th in County

    As in the conference meet, many girls contributed to the team scoring witih outstanding performances. In the hurdles, sophomore Lindsey Ready finished second in the 55-meter hurdles in a time of 9.7 seconds, earning All County honors. Also earning All-County honors was sophomore Elisabeth Avallone, in the 60-meters in a time of 1:45.8, besting her PR time by four seconds. Also scoring in the 600-meters was junior Kristen Jaroncyzk, placing sixth in a time of 1:53.6. FULL STORY

  • Sports: MHS Boys Win Conference V Indoor Track Championship

    On Saturday night, Jan. 24, Manhasset's Boys Indoor Track team won its 17th straight indoor track title at Farmingdale State College. Manhasset's team outran strong competition beating Valley Stream South, Mineola, Clarke, Great Neck North, Roslyn, Bethpage, Roosevelt and Seaford. Manhasset's victory was a team victory, scoring in six of seven running events, two field events and all three relays. FULL STORY

  • Opinion: Proud of Swim Team
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