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February 16, 2001

  • NEWS: What Happens Now?

    Local non-profit groups are looking at their options as they consider Year 2001 without an Oyster Festival. FULL STORY

  • NEWS: Sagamore Rowing to Move

    Spencer Ross Commodore of the Sagamore Rowing Association wants to dialogue with the town and state about plans for the Western Waterfront. In a telephone interview he said, "I'm sure everything will work out but we would like to be part of the planning process. We are glad they are thinking of us," he said. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Oyster Bay Marine Center Readied Record Breaking Boat

    Oyster Bay was the crucial pit stop for Bernard Stamm who broke sailing's monohull trans-Atlantic record. The 37-year old Swiss was proud that he and his crew of three: Christophe Lebas, Jean Baptiste L'Olivier and François Scheeck were able to beat the record of a boat twice their size. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Long Island Lightning 'North'

    The Long Island Lightning AAU basketball organization will be fielding a very competitive 9th grade boys 15 and under (born on or after 9/01/1985) AAU travel team. FULL STORY

  • OPINION: What Does the Community Want?
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