Hawks Soar to County Playoffs
For the first time since moving up to powerful Conference I, the Plainview Hawks Boys Basketball Team has qualified for the Nassau County playoffs. The Hawks, coached by Tom Hayes and his assistant Rob Filer, are currently in third place in Division A-11 with a record of eight wins and three losses.
School Bond Referendum Passes by a Record 2-1 Margin
On the evening of Feb. 9, the Plainview-Old Bethpage School District community passed a bond referendum that will provide funding for necessary expansion of its high school and elementary-level building capacity. By a district record 2-to-1 margin, community members voted in favor of maintaining the high quality of education offered to the students of Plainview-Old Bethpage. The district's already overcrowded situation, combined with the projected enrollment increase of approximately 1,000 new students over the next several years, made it imperative for the district to put forth this referendum.
22nd Annual Nationwide Insurance Run for ASPIRE
Runners, walkers and wheelchair athletes of all ages and levels of ability are cordially invited to enter the 22nd annual Nationwide Insurance 10 Kilometer Run for ASPIRE, to be held on the roads of Plainview-Old Bethpage on Saturday morning, April 10.
Playing Hoops for Lymphoma Research
Four Plainview boys, Eric Friedman, Chris Rodman, Matthew Stucchio, and George Gialis (The Wolfpack), won first place in their age group in the "Hoop It Up For Lymphoma"
Last Chance to Voice Concern About Housing Development
McMillan: Helping the Homeless