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August 19, 2005

  • News: No Decision on North Hills Housing

    The Village of North Hills Board of Trustees has yet to make a decision on whether to approve a plan to build up to 58 condominiums on an 18-acre parcel of land in that village. FULL STORY

  • News: After Over 100 Years, Trunz Closes Its Doors

    After more than 100 years in business, over 20 of them in Port Washington, Trunz Food Stores is closing the last of its food stores. August 11, 2005 is the last day for the supermarket on Port Washington Boulevard. "It's like a wake around here," said Ed Wallace, store supervisor and operations manager, who has been with the company for almost 25 years. "Customers and staff were crying and hugging. One woman with two children came up to me and said, 'I've known you since I was 5 years old.' Other customers have called from the Hamptons where they are summering." He added, "The Altar Guild from St. Stephen's even brought two beautiful vases of flowers." FULL STORY

  • Sports: Neighbors in the News

    Former Manhasset lacrosse players and Long Island Lizards players, Blake Miller, John Gagliardi, Tim Goettelmann and Blake Miller, were selected to play in the Major League Lacrosse All-Star Game on July 2 at Invesco Field, which is also home to the Denver Broncos. Over 12,000 spectators witnessed an exciting overtime game that aired on ESPN2 on Saturday, July 16, at 6 pm. FULL STORY

  • Sports: Ten-Year-Old Girls Win District Championship, Again!

    The Manhasset 2005 Girls 10-and-under softball team has won the Little League (Williamsport) District 28 Championship for the second year in a row! This year's team was made up of 11 players, four of whom returned from the 2004 Williamsport championship team, including Nicole Kiess, Charlotte Burt, Hope Whalen and Tara "Focus" Prufeta. The players new to the team this year are Jenna Motti, Emily Markham, Katie Giesecke, Megan Heaney, Katie Herburger, Elise Simon and Michelle Bruno. This year's team was coached by Kurt Kiess, Chris Motti and John Markham. The coaches held over 20 practices and observed great improvement with each player. "We are very proud of how the girls were able to focus and make a comeback over a very tough Albertson team, in the Championship game," stated Coach Kiess. FULL STORY

  • Opinion: Can Bush Junior Read?
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