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November 24, 2000

  • NEWS: Plainedge to Hold Referendum on $53 Million Bond

    The Plainedge Board of Education will hold a referendum on a proposed, approximately $53 million bond issue for capital improvements on Dec. 5, in a second attempt to get voter approval for the long-term borrowing project. FULL STORY

  • NEWS: Villages Gives Tax Break to Gold Star Mothers

    Following the lead of the Town of Oyster Bay, Village of Massapequa Park Mayor Camillo R. Giannattasio announced that the village board, on Dec. 11, will approve legislation to provide a property tax exemption for parents of a child who died in the line of duty while serving in the Armed Forces during a period of war. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Local Runners Enjoy Halloween Fun Run

    All the ghosts and goblins descended on the Runner's Edge on Main Street in Farmingdale on Halloween night as Greater LI Running Club Fun Run Chairman Sam Zinn brought the gang out for the annual GLIRC Halloween Fun Run. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: New York Spirit

    On Wednesday, Oct. 25, students at Birch Lane School celebrated a "Subway Series Day," Students and staff were encouraged to show their Met or Yankee team spirit. Curriculum for the day centered around the World Series. FULL STORY

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