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August 21, 1998

  • NEWS: Wanted: A Few Good Men and Women

    The Department of Treasury and the IRS are looking for volunteers to serve on a series of citizen advocacy panels which will act as independent watchdogs over the IRS and will make recommendations for improving the quality of IRS customer service. FULL STORY

  • NEWS: A Tree Planting in Memory of Local Man

    Robert Conroy, Jr. wasn't a politician or a celebrity and his name wasn't associated with any great discovery or invention. He was simply a man known around Massapequa for his kindness and generous heart. Two days before what would have been Robert's 35th birthday, family and friends celebrated his life at a tree planting ceremony at Brady Park last week. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Little League Wins Championship

    After enjoying unprecedented success in the 1998 Little League season, culminating with winning the coveted Long Island Championship, the 10-year-old and the 12-year-old tournament team from the Massapequa Coast Little League were honored by the Town of Oyster Bay on last week at a special ceremony prior to the "Music Under the Stars" concert performance of Ana Maria Alberghetti at John J. Burns Town Park in Massapequa. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Women's Touch Football Starts in Fall

    The Nassau County Sports Commission (NCSC) has announced the start of the National Women's Touch Football League (NWTFL) in Nassau County. Beginning with introductory training sessions prior to the season's start on Saturday, Sept. 26, local women will be breaking into the traditionally male-dominated sport of touch football. These women will be suiting up every Saturday this fall in Eisenhower Park to play 6-on-6 touch football games on NFL regulation-size fields. FULL STORY

  • OPINION: Responding to Thompson's Resource Room Letter

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