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January 15, 1999

  • NEWS: Horse Trails Need Preservation

    The Muttontown Village Hall is the kind of place you would feel comfortable visiting on horseback. There are two old barns on the property, setting a tone for the area that is in danger of being lost. FULL STORY

  • NEWS: State Sending Town Western Waterfront Draft MU for Approval

    NYS Senator Carl Marcellino had good news about the Western Waterfront. It is the property that stretches along both sides of West End Avenue toward Beekman Beach; encompasses the Jakobson Shipyard property and the Capone property and is owned jointly by the Town of Oyster Bay and New York State. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Girls OBEN PAL Undefeated Champions

    The girls in the Oyster Bay-East Norwich PAL have finished their fall season. This year the purple team, Team #1, sponsored by Townsend Embroidery finished their 16 game season undefeated. The coaching team of Coach Chris Feldman and Assistant Coach Derick Oliver couldn't be more proud of their girls. They really put their hearts and souls into every practice and every game. Everyone on the team scored a basket this season. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Friends Academy Boys Varsity Soccer Wins Conference Championship

    In a hard fought season, the Friends Academy Boys Varsity Soccer team captured the Conference B-5 League Championship. Captained by seniors John Reid and Justin Triolo, the team also qualified for the conference playoffs with a record of 9 wins, 2 losses, and 2 ties. Competitive to the last second, Friends lost in overtime, 2 to 1, to first seed Roslyn. FULL STORY

  • OPINION: Open Letter to the Community

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