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April 2, 1999

  • NEWS: Cliffhanger at OBC Meeting

    The Village of Oyster Bay Cove meeting on March 25 ended with a cliffhanger. Trustee George O'Neill sent a letter to the members of the village board and asked in the first paragraph that it be read aloud at the meeting. Trustee Peter Schiff attempted to do just that as the time for public comments began, but was stopped by Mayor Michael Peragine asking Village Attorney Larry Cregan if there were a potential of litigation if it was read. FULL STORY

  • NEWS: Ernestina: Oyster Festival 1999 Flagship

    The schooner Ernestina is coming to Oyster Bay to celebrate at Oyster Festival 1999. She will be in port Friday, Oct. 15, 16 and 17, with arrival and departure times to be set depending on the tides. The Oyster Bay Chamber of Commerce presents the festival sponsored by Newsday. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: St. Dominic's Eighth-Grade All Star Players

    Three players from St. Dominic's eighth-grade super league basketball team, Ed Garnett, Steve Bilello and Ronny Ranaldo, were selected to play in the All Star game for the John Ruggerio/Chase Bank Super League. George Gowe and Matt LaPorte represented St. Dominic's in a shooting contest held during the half time in the game. The All-Star game was held on Sunday, March 7 at the Island Garden. The youngsters are coached by Nick Junjulas and assistant coach Ed Garnett. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Friends Boys Basketball Winning Season

    The Friends Academy Boys Varsity Basketball Team, captained by seniors Kwasi Boah, Bryan Good and Renauld Williams, placed fourth in Conference VI BC and netted a berth in the Conference B playoffs. After concluding a winning season with a record of 12 wins and seven losses, the team lost in the post season to Floral Park. Other highlights included capturing the Wheatley Tournament Championship and Kwasi being named the Most Outstanding Player in the tournament. Kwasi and senior Andrew Rubinstein were named to the All-Conference team and Renauld was named All-County and Most Valuable Player in Conference VI BC. FULL STORY

  • OPINION: Six Degrees of Separation
  • OPINION: Whose Community Is it Anyway?



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