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November 26, 1999

  • NEWS: SUNY Farmingdale Land Lease Deal Is a Go

    The State University of New York (SUNY) Farmingdale is moving ahead with a plan to lease 70,000 square feet of land for the construction of a major pharmaceutical facility on its campus, after the deal was authorized by recently enacted state legislation. FULL STORY

  • NEWS: Long Island Teens Confront Youth Violence

    Temple Judea, in Massapequa, hosted a seminar last Friday for teachers, school administrators and other adult professionals who work with young people, focusing on how to address and prevent youth violence. The seminar began with students who recently attended a seminar called Teens on TRAC (Teen Relationship Abuse Conference), reporting on the findings and recommendations of the students who attended the conference. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Mustangs to the Coast for Friendship Bowl

    The Massapequa Mustangs, this town's final senior team of the millennium, will travel to Mission Viejo, California on Dec. 2, to play football against a leading area team in the 1st Annual East Coast/West Coast Friendship Bowl. The Mustangs were 9-1 during their regular season, scoring 265 points, giving up only 57. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: McMahon Scores in Grand Prix Run

    Farmingdale superstar runner Donna McMahon continued her winning ways in the MacArthur Airport 5 Mile Run on Nov. 13, scoring as the first woman overall in this latest race in the KeySpan Energy Grand Prix of Long Island road racing. Donna, who runs for the Greater Long Island Running Club's Fast Feet Women's Racing Team, crossed the finish line in 30 minutes, 17 seconds, a pace of 6:03 per mile that left her more than a minute ahead of her nearest competitor. FULL STORY

  • OPINION: Regarding Planned Parenthood
  • OPINION: Paris Needs a Rudy Giuliani

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