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December 20, 2002

  • News: Hearings to Focus on Bank, Carbon Monoxide Detectors

    The Village of Mineola will hold two public hearings on Wednesday, Dec. 18 at 6:30 p.m. at the Mineola Village Hall, 155 Washington Avenue. One hearing will concern a possible Roslyn Saving Bank on the south side of Jericho Turnpike and Andrews Road while the other hearing has to do with carbon monoxide detectors in homes. FULL STORY

  • News: Town Proposes Firefighters Exemption

    A week after the Mineola Village Board voted unanimously to grant firefighters who reside in Mineola a 10 percent discount on their village property taxes, the Town of North Hempstead is following the state's lead. FULL STORY

  • Sports: St. Aidan's Soccer Team Posts 7-0-1 Record

    The fifth grade St. Aidan's girls soccer team, coached by Tom Flynn and Tom Murphy, finished its season with an undefeated record of 7-0-1 in CYO competition, outscoring opponents 36-5. The fifth grade at St. Aidan's has over a dozen girls playing on six different travel soccer teams and the CYO League gave most of the girls an opportunity to play together with their classmates as well as with girls from other schools in the parish. FULL STORY

  • Sports: Mustangs Bowling for Some Recognition

    The Mineola boys varsity bowling team is looking to move up the ladder in Nassau County this winter. Coach Helms Bohringer welcomes back some experience. The best returning Kegler is a freshman. Anthony Tretolo attained All-County Honors as an eighth grader. He averaged 190 and Bohringer says, "He loves to compete." Another important returner is junior Vito Errico. Bohringer says, "Vito is looking to improve on the All-League honor he got as a sophomore." Some upperclassmen are adding some depth to the squad. Seniors Mike Antoniou, Joe Tiseo and Peter Marson could make the Mustangs a very good team if they can bowl solidly. Antoniou is only in his second year, but gets better each time out. Tiseo and Marson bowled in a few varsity matches a year ago and also helped the junior varsity to its second place finish. Coach Bohringer is also hoping for help from a couple of hot newcomers. Danny Shain and Brian Ciuffo will compete for varsity time and help the team. Bohringer says, "We are looking to repeat and get into the county championships, and hopefully improve on our 12th place finish." The coach sees Carle Place, the defending conference champ, and second place finisher, Sewanhaka, as the toughest competition. FULL STORY

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