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October 30, 1998

  • NEWS: Senator Fuschillo Seeks Re-election

    The issues haven't changed in the seven months since New York State Senator Charles J. Fuschillo, Jr's successful first run for office. Fuschillo, who is campaigning for re-election to the 8th District seat, said taxes, education, crime and health care continue to be the issues that most concern his district's residents. As the Nov. 3 election approaches, the freshman senator said he believes that he and the Republican Party have a good track record to refer to. FULL STORY

  • NEWS: John Hagan Challenges State Senator Charles Fuschillo

    John Hagan, candidate for the 8th New York State Senatorial District, knows that as a liberal running on the Democratic line in a district that is a Republican stronghold, his chances of winning aren't great. But according to Hagan, who has been a third-party candidate in approximately 20 political races, no matter what the outcome, he sees the campaign as an opportunity to be a voice for the Liberal Party and a chance to offer some philosophical balance to the people of the district. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Massapequans Win at South Nassau/P.C. Richard 5K Run/Walk

    More than 650 athletes participated in a 5 kilometer circuit through the streets of Oceanside for the seventh annual South Nassau Communities Hospital/P.C. Richard & Son 5K Run/Walk. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Ragamuffin Costume Parade

    The North Massapequa Fire Department, in conjunction with participating local merchants and organizations, is hosting its 24th Annual Children's Ragamuffin Costume parade on Sunday, Oct. 25. The parade will start at noon and there will be no rain date. All children who participate must be registered so they will be eligible for free prizes. FULL STORY

  • OPINION: Brucia Thanks Community
  • OPINION: Response to Fire Commissioner Story

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