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August 6, 1999

  • NEWS: Theodore Roosevelt Exhibit at Post

    Hillwood Art Museum at the CW Post Campus of Long Island University in Brookville, is one of only five national sites to display the long anticipated Theodore Roosevelt exhibition. The traveling collection of the 26th president's valuable personal and presidential effects includes his Rough Riders hat and more than 120 objects depicting his prestigious and often controversial political and personal career. FULL STORY

  • NEWS: OBEN School Board Notes

    After the treasurer's report was accepted, Superintendent of Schools Dr. George Chesterton commented that the STAR tax relief program has been successful and noted that this is the first year of full-implementation of the program. He also said that the district is still waiting for state aid figures, that are available once the New York State budget comes out. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Chase Championships Van Visits the Boys & Girls Club

    The Chase Championships Van from Madison Square Garden, a promotion in motion, visited the Boys & Girls Club on July 21 providing a free tennis clinic in conjunction with the USTA Eastern Long Island Region. The 120 boys and girls in fourth through sixth grade attending the summer camp at the Boys & Girls Club enjoyed the introduction to tennis and the hit for prizes at the end of the clinic conducted by Karen Terzano, from Madison Square Garden, and Lisa Salvatierra from the U.S.T.A Eastern Long Island region. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: St. Dominic's 6th Grade Travel Team Goes Undefeated for Second Straight Year

    The 6th grade team from the St. Dominic parish of Oyster Bay repeated as undefeated league champions for the second straight year. Last year, as fifth graders, they went 12-0 league and coasted through the playoffs to finish 14-0. This year they were 10-0 going into the playoffs. FULL STORY

  • OPINION: Mystery Picture

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