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December 24, 2004

  • News: New Interim Business Manager Introduced at School Board Meeting

    Dec. 16 was the date of the school board meeting, and also the date of the high school holiday concert. Prior to the official beginning of the concert the Holiday Strings musicians were stationed just inside the front door and sounded so fantastic a crowd stood about in no hurry to go anywhere. The exquisite music filled the hallways and disbelieving spectators did their own individual head counts amazed that nine students could produce such music, sounding so much like a full orchestra. FULL STORY

  • News: Town Breaks Ground on New Clubhouse for Harbor Links

    North Hempstead Town Supervisor Jon Kaiman and Councilmen Tom Dwyer, Angelo Ferrara, Tony D'Urso, Fred Pollack and Wayne Wink were on hand to place the first shovel in the ground for the new clubhouse at the Town's Harbor Links Golf Course. The building, which will be located on the west side of the present parking lot, features a 4,300 foot banquet hall. It will be able to accommodate 260 guests/with a dance floor and 300 if the dance floor is not used. FULL STORY

  • Sports: Manhasset Well Represented in All-Star Game

    Manhasset was well represented at the exceptional seniors Nassau-Suffolk High School football all-star game. Chris Finn, Chris Connolly, Chris Peyser and Randy Palmedo all started for the Nassau team. The first annual division 3/4 all-star game was played on Thanksgiving morning at Stonybrook University. Suffolk won the hard fought final game of their high school football careers 21 to 7. The Manhasset High School football team representatives were cheered on by Coach Cherry, Coach Collyer, family and friends. FULL STORY

  • Sports: Manhasset Tomhawks End Successful Soccer Season

    Concluding a season of over-achievement with characteristic perserverance and determination, Manhasset's tenacious Tomahawks rallied from behind to tie the East Meadow Panthers, 1-1, who were eyeing the Long Island Jr. U-11 Division 3 soccer championship. It was a fitting finish to a season filled with successes that "exceeded our wildest expectations," said head coach Carl Pate, whose 'Hawks compiled a 6-2-1 record including three come-from-behind victories to take third place in the league. The East Meadow Panthers, who went 6-0-3 on the year, finished in second place. FULL STORY

  • Opinion: To Everything There Is a Season
  • Opinion: Merry Christmas to All Logo
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