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September 18, 1998

  • NEWS: POB Library Lectern Dedicated to Thomas E. Hayden

    On Friday, Sept. 11, Friends of the Plainview-Old Bethpage Public Library presented a state-of-the-art lectern to the library in a moving ceremony honoring the late Thomas Hayden III, a community activist and member of the Friends. The lectern features a plaque honoring his memory. FULL STORY

  • NEWS: Jacobs Files Law to Prevent Storefront Crashes

    Drivers who mistake the gas pedal for the brake can cause terrible damage when head-on parking spaces are immediately outside a storefront. Cars have crashed through several storefronts, injuring customers inside, according to Nassau County Legislator Judy Jacobs. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Strong Local Field in Vytra Human Race 5 Kilometer Run

    1998 Long Island Marathon winner Carlos Castro of the Plainview-Old Bethpage Road Runners Club is generally conceded to be the strongest runner in training on Long Island right now, and he was the strong favorite to win the inaugural Vytra Human Race 5K Kilometer Run on Sept. 13, but obviously nothing is a certainty in this world. When the dust had settled it was Mark Cruz, a 27-year-old visitor from Chicago, IL who came away with the win, crossing the finish line at Heckscher State Park in 15:47, a 17 second victor over Castro. Forty-one-year-old New York City policeman John Williams was the third runner to cross the finish line in 16:52. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Salomon Smith Barney Renews Support for Wheelchair Athletes

    The Long Island Wheelchair Athletic Club reached out for help once again last month -- this time for the Express 5 Kilometer Run to raise money in support of local wheelchair athletics -- and once again the investment firm of Salomon Smith Barney stepped forward to lend a hand. Salomon Smith Barney donated $2,500 to cover the cost of the T-shirts that were presented to each competitor in the Run, thus ensuring the event's success. FULL STORY

  • OPINION: Help for the Poor
  • OPINION: District Attorney Offers Advice to Protect Children as School Begins

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