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July 17, 1998

  • NEWS: Making History Good Enough

    Massapequa Historical Society Trustee Arlene Goodenough gleams when she recounts the story of her paternal grandparents, although she admits she may not have all the details quite perfect. She believes her grandparents' first trip to America was in 1860 during their honeymoon. After touring New York, the wealthy couple returned to their native Russia and had five or six children. In a tragedy that is almost unthinkable today, they lost all their children to an influenza outbreak. Shortly afterwards, they relocated to New York City and started a new family. The couple had six more children, four boys and two girls. The fifth child, Arlene Goodenough's father, was named George Washington Wolff. The baby of the family, being born during President William McKinley's tenure, was named William McKinley Wolff. FULL STORY

  • NEWS: Plainedge Teachers' Dispute Finally Over

    The two year long labor contract dispute betweeen the Plainedge Federation of Teachers and the Board of Education is finally over. The two parties ratified a new six year contract this week. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Columbus Lodge Softball's Contorno Leads in Ninth

    The Columbus Lodge #2143 Order of Sons of Italy (OSIA) in America played an inter-squad softball game on Sunday, July 12, as Squad B scored two runs in the bottom of the ninth to defeat Squad A 13-12. FULL STORY

  • OPINION: Getting to Know You

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