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December 31, 1999

  • NEWS: Hillary Clinton Hosts Forum

    In the midst of the holiday season, on Friday, Dec. 17, Gail Canavan, executive director of the Boys & Girls Club (BGC) of Oyster Bay-East Norwich was called by the White House and was asked if they could host a symposium on children and violence. Since it was about something the clubhouse has already been involved in - with the Peer Mediation Program - it was a natural for the venue. FULL STORY

  • NEWS: Muttontown Resident Sues Village

    Philip Barash of Muttontown is suing his village elected officials, claiming they are keeping him from benefiting financially from having a Sprint PCS cell tower erected on his property. Mr. Barash wants $11,250,000 in damages or the immediate approval of the construction and operation of a cell tower on his property. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: OB-EN PAL Girls Basketball All-Star Game

    The Oyster Bay-East Norwich PAL girls basketball league held their first annual All-Star game. The 4th and 5th graders teamed up on Wednesday, Dec. 8. The 6th graders played on Thursday, Dec. 9. We wanted to do something special for the girls this year and what could be better than an All-Star game. Usually an All-Star game consists of only your top players. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Out With a Bang in With a Boom

    As we start off another remarkable season of girls basketball at Oyster Bay High School, the memories of past years still remain with us. The varsity team's phenomenal victories still linger in our heads in hopes of another great season. After being the Nassau County and Long Island Class "C" Champions in 1996, 1997, 1998, and 1999 and the 1999 Southeast Regional Champions and ranked in the New York States final four, the team proved to their coaches, spectators, and to their town that their hard work and dedication paid off. FULL STORY

  • OPINION: What Comes First in Life
  • OPINION: Mystery Picture

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