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April 16, 2004

  • News: Solving Hamlet Parking Problems

    Oyster Bay Civic Association President Marie Knight is chairing a committee to find solutions to the parking problems in the hamlet. She said the work is being done by the OBCA, the Oyster Bay Chamber of Commerce and the Oyster Bay Main Street Association. She said the OBMSA took the lead on Townsend Square, and the OBCA is taking the lead on the implementation and enforcement of the parking hours working with the town board, the Department of Public Works and the 2nd Precinct Police Department. FULL STORY

  • News: Oyster Bay Chamber Changes

    The Oyster Bay Chamber of Commerce has had to adjust to changes this year. The office itself has had three locations over the past year and most recently, they have had a change in their officers. Larry Nathanson of Appliance World has resigned from his newly elected position as president and Tom Vieweg, of South Street Café, the chamber vice president has stepped up to become the president. And, the new board was inducted at their Feb. 5 meeting at the Homestead Restaurant which closed and has re-opened as La Piatta, an Italian restaurant: another change in the hamlet as new owners took over the business. FULL STORY

  • Sports: Green Vale Hosts Lacrosse Camp

    The Fifth Annual Kelly Amonte Girls' Lacrosse Day Camp at The Green Vale School, in Old Brookville, will be held the week of August 2-6, 2004. The camp runs from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. and is designed for all levels of players from beginner to advanced. At the same time, there will be offered the Alexis Venechanos Goalie School. For the aspiring goalie of all levels, there will be an intense, individualized training program run in conjunction with the player's camp, giving goalies multiple opportunities to be integrated into team and game situations. FULL STORY

  • Sports: Traditional New England Barn Dance

    A Youth Fiddle Workshop for NYSSMA level 3 or above will be presented by The Long Island Traditional Music Association (LITMA) on Saturday, May 8, from 10 a.m. - noon. Instructor Blake Hanson will teach a variety of fiddle styles, including Celtic, Appalachian and Blue Grass. Fee $10. Location is the Long Island Museum of American Art, History and Carriages. Rte. 25A in Stony Brook. For information, contact Herb Lape at 1-(631) 427-7542 or hlape@optonline.net FULL STORY

  • Opinion: Editorial
  • Opinion: Mystery Picture

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