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October 15, 1999

  • NEWS: A First for Plainedge: District Holds Homecoming Parade

    The band played, the sirens blared and the students chanted as they marched down the street Saturday during the first ever homecoming parade in the history of the Plainedge School District. FULL STORY

  • NEWS: The Future of Packard Discussed at Community Forum

    Plainedge School District Considers Options for Middle School -- A community dialogue about the fate of Packard Middle School this past Monday included discussion about the educational needs of the students, the overcrowded learning environment, the aging structure, and the financial implications if the Plainedge School District decides to either refurbish or rebuild the middle school. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Massapequa's Kieran Kelly Takes 2nd in Memorial Run

    The Oct. 9 Gary Farley Memorial 5 Kilometer Run was the 15th event in Long Island Track & Field's 20-race KeySpan Energy Grand Prix of Road Races, and more than 400 enthusiastic runners were on hand to participate. When the dust at Cedar Creek Park in Wantagh had settled, Kieran Kelly of Massapequa, returning to the local racing scene after a long layoff due to injury, had captured second place in the 50-54 age group. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Plainedge Red Rockets Win Tournament

    American Ref-Fuel Plant Manager Bill Wareham recently joined the Plainedge Red Rockets in celebrating its first place victory in the 11th Annual American Ref-Fuel East Meadow Soccer Tournament, which drew some 400 teams from as far away as Connecticut and upstate New York. FULL STORY

  • OPINION: Labriola Announces Tourism
  • OPINION: Carl Lowe Objects to Nassau County Budgetary Chicanery

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