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November 16, 2001

  • NEWS: Town Enters Grant Agreement for Alhambra Road Reconstruction

    The Oyster Bay Town Board has taken one more step toward eliminating the persistent flooding problem that has plagued Alhambra Rd. in Massapequa by authorizing Supervisor John Venditto to enter into an agreement to secure federal and state construction funding, according to Oyster Bay Town Councilman Angelo A. Delligatti. FULL STORY

  • NEWS: Director of Innovative Sports Council Honored

    In light of the recent series of tragic events that have befallen our country, how important are athletics in the lives of today's youth? Very important, according to Plainedge Director of Athletics Ken Edwards. "Athletics are a great outlet for kids, a real stress-reliever in these distressing times," Edwards said. "In practice, with their coaches, is a healthy place for kids to be." FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Little League State Champions Honored

    Massapequa Park Mayor James Altadonna and the board of trustees recently congratulated the Massapequa International Little League 2001 New York State Champions. The boys, who made up the Williamsport Tournament Team, are 12 years old. Hats off to this fine group of young men. FULL STORY

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