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October 15, 1999

  • NEWS: Chamber Donates Festival Funds

    Oyster Bay Chamber President Karen DeVine-Minicozzi presented Jack Williams, the president of Friends of the Bay with a check for $10,000 from Oyster Festival proceeds at the Oct. 7 meeting of the business group. FOB is the lead agency that will create the new Marine Education Center slated to be built at the Jakobson Shipyard on the Western Waterfront. FULL STORY

  • NEWS: Special Treatment for Wetlands

    Spraying for encephalitis was delayed in Nassau County by attorney Thomas Liotti's push for an injunction against the use of Anvil. State Supreme Court Justice Leonard Austin ordered the county to prove its spraying efforts were legal. His approval of the spraying was announced on Tuesday, Oct. 5. Weather delayed the spraying further and Friday night, Oct. 9, Nassau County began spraying Anvil, (a pesticide substitute for Malathion, a neurotoxin used in New York City,) in the center of Long Island. In Jericho, helicopters were spraying the Waldbaum's parking lot at around 8 p.m. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Record Turnout Expected for Oyster Festival 5K Run

    Organizers of the 12th Annual Town of Oyster Bay Supervisor's Oyster Festival 5 Kilometer Run are expecting a record turnout for the event, which will once again be the kick off for two days of family fun at the Oyster Festival. The starting horn will go off at exactly 9 on the morning of Saturday, Oct. 16. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Senior Runs 500th Race on His 76th Birthday

    North Shore University Hospital at Glen Cove's 5-K Run and Walk Against Substance Abuse on Saturday, Oct. 23, holds special meaning this year for George Dennis of Muttontown. FULL STORY

  • OPINION: Eat Oysters - Help the Community!
  • OPINION: Mystery Picture

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