Village Approves Bank, Carbon Monoxide Detectors
The Roslyn Savings Bank will be coming to Mineola. Last week, the Village of Mineola Board of Trustees granted approval to a project that involves building a Roslyn Savings Bank on the corner of Andrews Road and Jericho Turnpike south of Jericho.
'We Are Mineola' Dinner Honors Community's Special Citizens
"We Are Mineola" is a special meaningful statement. It is a statement about commitment. Whether it is to the community, businesses, families, groups or nonprofit organizations or simply to a fellow human being, a community is blessed to have caring individuals.
PAL Chiefs Hockey News
It was a beautiful Sunday afternoon with a face-off between the Chiefs led by John Sullivan Sr. and the Lightning lead by the infamous Don Guy of the 10 and 11-year-old Bantam Division. In the first period the Chiefs took an early blow while the Lightning celebrated their first goal of the game. The Tribe wasn't having that and came back with one of their own by Center Matt Goodrich. With great offensive playing by Justin D'Angelo, Peter Granath, Keith Williams and Richard Bohan, the Chiefs were able to keep the puck flowing smoothly. Near the end of the 1st, Joseph Calabro of the Chiefs gave his teammates a 3-2 lead with a strong wrist shot. Under a stunning red sky the 2nd period began and the Chiefs defense came alive with Vinny Ruggiero, Billy Gerstner and Bob Port keeping the puck away from their goalie Jimmy Georges. After Calabro's 2nd goal of the night, the Redskins ended the middle period up 4-3. As the lights were turned on for the 3rd period, the rest of the Chiefs came on like thunder with goals by John Sullivan and Nick Ricciardi and two more by Goodrich. With excitement and speed by Chris Grunert and Andrew Seader and outstanding hustle by Brian Ernenwein, all lead to a Chiefs 8-3 victory.
St. Aidan's Seventh-Graders Win St. Bernard Tournament
The St. Aidan's Seventh-Grade Girls' Basketball Team coached by Bob Kalenka and Rich Sloper capped off a succcessful first-half of the season by winning the annual St. Bernard's Thanksgiving Tournament. They defeated the host team 35-16 in the first round and St. Killian 36-25 in the Championship Game. Briana Sloper was named the Tournament MVP.
From the Desk of the Mayor