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December 18, 1997

  • NEWS: Lew and Lou Oyster Bay Leave Town Board

    Oyster Bay said goodbye to its third stint of having both Republicans and Democrats represented on their Town Board on Tuesday, Dec. 9, the last meeting at which Oyster Bay Supervisor Lewis J. Yevoli would preside.

  • NEWS: History Comes Alive at Ann M. MacArthur

    The annual crossing of the Mayflower program was prepared and presented by the kindergartners at Ann M. MacArthur Primary School in Locust Valley recently.

  • NEWS: Boulder Creek Asks for More

    Two families in the restaurant business since 1907, the Scottos and the Sbarros have a joint venture in Boulder Creek.

  • NEWS: Victorian Villa Is Window Winner

    While no one can doubt that Dodds and Eder is The Christmas Store in Oyster Bay, still, the window decorating contest winner is Pleasant Valley Gallery and Gifts.

  • NEWS: DeBellis Wins Job Through Year 2000.

    Oyster Bay Water District election took place on Dec. 9. Incumbent commissioner, John DeBellis of Oyster Bay was re-elected for a three-year term. Mr. DeBellis ran unopposed and received 159 votes. The election took place at the Oyster Bay Community Center from 4 p.m. to 9 p.m. on Tuesday, Dec. 9. His term of office runs from Jan. 1, 1998 through Dec. 31, 2000.

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