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February 12, 1999

  • NEWS: Chamber Induction: Inspiring Eve

    Karen DeVine-Minicozzi was given the oath of office by Oyster Bay Town Supervisor John Venditto. He said that now, the town and the chamber are working together. As proof of that, he arranged for the hamlet to receive five attractive metal refuse containers. One is in front of the chamber office at 120 South Street. FULL STORY

  • NEWS: OBC Residents Talk of Terms

    Residents of the Village of Oyster Bay Cove will again be able to express their opinions on a proposed Local Law-1, on Feb. 16. It will be the second hearing involving a change in the way officials are elected in the village. The first meeting was held on Jan. 19 and involved making the term of office for the mayor and trustees four years instead of two. The next meeting to discuss Local Law-2, is to make elections every other year and not every year. Elections are held in June. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Dune Stabilization Project a Success

    Despite a brisk sea breeze and a temperature in the low 20's, more than 400 volunteers participated in the 11th annual Dune Stabilization Project at Tobay Beach on Saturday, Jan. 16. Among them were members of the Boys & Girls Club of Oyster Bay-East Norwich's F.L.Y. Keystone Club and P.A.C.E. Torch Club. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Tennis Award for Eileen Leonard

    The United States Tennis Association's Eastern Section (USTA/Eastern) honored Locust Valley resident Eileen Leonard on Saturday evening, Jan. 23, as USTA/Eastern Tennis Woman of the Year for her contributions to Eastern tennis, before a crowd of nearly 300 tennis enthusiasts at the annual Eastern Tennis Awards Dinner, held at the Westchester Marriott in Tarrytown, NY. FULL STORY

  • OPINION: It's Going to be a Great Year!
  • OPINION: More Than Michael!

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