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Bayville News Locust Valley News
August 28, 1998

  • NEWS: Where Do Giving and Receiving End?

    Frederic Coudert III Entertains 240 Kips Bay Club Kids -- While the children who attended Frederic R. Coudert III's afternoon in Cove Neck, Aug. 11, were lucky, Mr. Coudert himself is lucky because of the Kips Bay Club. He helped finance the company of a man who made the heart pump Mr. Coudert now has. That man, Manny Villifano began as a Kips Bay boy. FULL STORY

  • NEWS: Water Source Crucial to Fight Fires

    Bayville Fire Chief Sees Need for Hydrants on Centre Island -- Bayville Chief Tim Placilla took exception to comments about the Aug. 12 fire on Centre Island, made by Mayor Jack Williams. The mayor said "The fire was out of control, no matter how much water there was." FULL STORY

  • NEWS: Finding a Niche for Crabs

    Oyster Bay Harbor Has (Maine) Peeky Toe Crabs Too -- The New York Times broke the story of the Peeky Toe Crabs in the dining section of the paper on Wednesday, Aug. 19. The Peeky Toe Crab is a Maine crab that was doing just so, so, until Rod Mitchell, a sea food trader, began calling them the local slang term, the Peeky Toe. The moniker (opps) caught on and chefs have been now begun asking for the sweet tasting crustaceans. FULL STORY

  • BAYVILLE: Bayville Briefs: Bayville Commons: Progress Report

    In case you are wondering when the projected mini-park and parking lot at the corner of Bayville and Ludlam Avenues will become reality, the answer from Village Hall is "in the near future." FULL STORY

  • LOCUST VALLEY: Swim-A-Cross Complete

    Several local swimmers took part in the Red Cross Swim-A-Cross on Friday, Aug. 14 at Centre Island Beach. They include: Matt Taylor of Locust Valley, Lynn Gray of Mill Neck; Alexis, Crista, Daniela, Lisa, Stefan and Yoel Kende of Mill Neck; Luciana Niedermuller of Brookville. and Nancy Lynch of Locust Valley, former Red Cross PR person who came along to encourage the swimmers. FULL STORY

  • LOCUST VALLEY: International Cleanup Really Counts

    LV Kids to Help Tally Debris From Coastal Cleanup Program FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Rough Weather Is No Problem

    Swim-A-Cross Complete: Red Cross Is Waiting for Pledges FULL STORY

  • OPINION: Traffic Problems...Personal Solutions
  • OPINION: Mystery Picture: John DeJesu Knows Oyster Bay!

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