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September 18, 1998

  • NEWS: Rain Drops, Kitchen Sinks, but Rates May Rise

    Discussions were held at the last Village Board Hearing on improvements to be handled by the Mineola Water Department. FULL STORY

  • NEWS: Visions of Cable Channels Dance in Their Heads

    The Village of Mineola and Cablevision have reached an agreement, something the cable provider has been operating in the village without since 1991, when the first 10-year-agreement expired. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: MAA News

    The final game of the MAA Minors Summer Camp League was held on Sept. 3, with a change in format. The pitchers selected were among the best in the league and were allowed to go several innings. Steven Keeler and Michael Vasconcelos, veteran pitchers from the regular MAA minors season, started for their teams. Both pitched well. Keeler pitched two scoreless innings, chalking up four strikeouts while yielding one walk. Vasconcelos pitched equally well, striking out five batters and retiring another on a comebacker to the mound. Michael Grieco, Brian Greene, Chris Brostek and Edward Proctor finished up the pitching. All were effective. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Area Children Learn Leadership

    Fourteen children attending the Young Children's Program at Charles Water's Hwang Karate Studio, located in Williston Park, received promotions this week. Charles Water's program instills the values that we all want for our children. These students have shown their respect by listening, have increased their physical coordination and have built upon their strengths by developing self-esteem and confidence. These children are the leaders of tomorrow. FULL STORY

  • OPINION: Labor Day Storm
  • OPINION: On the Library

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