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December 4, 1998

  • NEWS: St. Rose Parish Outreach Keeps Its Doors Open for Twenty Years

    There ought to be a revolving door in front of the Parish Outreach Center at St. Rose of Lima Roman Catholic Church. People go there for help, needing money, food or someone to talk to. They leave. Later, when things are going better, the same people come back to volunteer their time or donate food or money. A continual flow of give and take runs through the place. FULL STORY

  • NEWS: Commissioner Nocerino Runs for Fourth Term

    North Massapequa Fire Commissioner Chairman Frank Nocerino is running unopposed for a fourth term on the five-member board of commissioners. The election will be held Tuesday, Dec. 8. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Girls Cross Country Second in State Qualifying Meet

    The Massapequa High School Girls Cross Country team placed second overall on Nov. 17 at the state qualifying meet under the direction of coach Mary Nowotarski and team member Maryann Totino advanced to the state competition in Lake Placid. Other cross country team members include: Becky Sheer, Effie Belagrinos, Jean Tinally, Marielle McQuade, Nicole Moss and Cindy Leek. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Winthrop Signs On for Wheelchair Championship Race

    Winthrop Cardiovascular and Thoracic Surgery, P.C., a major supporter of 1998 North American Wheelchair Championship Race, has signed on as a sponsor for the 1999 event, as well. The Wheelchair Championship Race attracted many of the world's best wheelchair racers to Long Island in June and race organizers said an even bigger and better race is expected for next year's running June 26. FULL STORY

  • OPINION: Questioning Fire District Expenses

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