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June 30, 2006

  • News: 'You're Off to Great Places'- Manhasset High School Graduation 2006

    On Friday, June 23, Manhasset High School celebrated its 86th annual commencement. Seniors took their places on the bleachers, surrounded by the friends, family, and faculty that had supported them throughout their four years. FULL STORY

  • News: Road Improvement Funding Rises

    The 16th Assembly District will be receiving increased funding in the 2006-2007 state budget to provide the Town of North Hempstead and local villages with assistance for road improvements, announced Assemblyman Tom DiNapoli (D-Great Neck). "The funds provided under the Consolidated Highway Improvement Program (CHIPS) will allow the Town of North Hempstead and local villages to resurface, reconstruct, rehabilitate and replace roads," said DiNapoli. FULL STORY

  • Sports: Manhasset's Gavalas Goes to Germany for FLAG Football World Championship

    The NFL FLAG Football World Championship is the highlight of the Flag Football season. National teams representing Canada, China, European Union (3), Mexico, Japan, Korea and Thailand vie to be world champions. The 2006 tournament is being held in Cologne, Germany showcasing the top flag football players from these 10 countries. More than 1,500 kids from 16 countries compete in national competitions to represent their country at the FFWC. All language barriers are removed and the players form lasting friendships as they visit cultural attractions during this weeklong tournament. FULL STORY

  • Sports: On the Bay

    A record-breaking fleet of 264 yachts set off for Bermuda on June 16 in the 16 division Newport to Bermuda centennial race. Over the course of the 634-mile race, the goal of many teams was to finish in the money and bring home some silver. For others, this race was their "right of passage," and the excitement of participating in such a historic race was reward enough. Whatever each teams goals and dreams were, all of them had to face challenges. This year was no different. Added to picking the most advantageous point of entry into the Gulf Stream was the challenge of lack of wind for most of the race. Every Bermuda Race is a true navigator's race, but when the wind is as light as this year's race, the skills of a team's navigator takes on even more importance. FULL STORY

  • Opinion: It's About Time the Building Department Is Investigated
  • Opinion: Constructive Dialogue on War Needed Going Forward

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