Farmingdale Observer Floral Park Dispatch Garden City Life Glen Cove Record Pilot Great Neck Record Hicksville Illustrated News Levittown Tribune Manhasset Press Massapequan Observer Mineola American New Hyde Park Illustrated News Oyster Bay Enterprise Pilot Plainview Herald Port Washington News Roslyn News Syosset Jericho Tribune Three Village Times Westbury Times Boulevard Magazine Features Calendar Search Add An Event Classified Contacting Anton News Logo
An Official Newspaper of the
LongIsland.Com Internet Community

News Sports Opinion Obituaries Contents
June 18, 1999

  • NEWS: Students Participate in Poster Contest

    In January, sixth-graders from Plainview-Old Bethpage Middle School participated in the American Lung Association's poster contest. This year's theme is "No Butts About It, Smoking Kills." Pictured are finalists (l-t) David Gitter, Libby Becker and Chris Travers and their posters, which were sent to the Nassau/Suffolk competition. Becker's entry earned third place in the grade six category. Principal Dr. Edward Metzendorf congratulates all the students for their participation. FULL STORY

  • NEWS: Contract for Sale of Plainview Property Announced

    Nassau County Executive Thomas Gulotta has announced that an agreement has been reached for the sale of the 144 acres of county-owned property located on Round Swamp Road and Old Country Road in Plainview for $23.05 million. The property is being acquired by Charles B. Wang, chief executive officer of Computer Associates. The contract will be submitted to the county legislature for its consideration within the next several days. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Michael Eichenbaum Tournament

    The first annual Michael Eichenbaum Tournament was held June 12 at the Stratford Road School in Plainview. The tournament was established in memory of Michael Eichenbaum. Michael was a Plainview resident, son of Linda and Lee Eichenbaum. Michael died suddenly earlier this year. Michael's passing is a sad situation that brought the community together. Coaches and parents from the Plainview PAL lacrosse team and the team Michael played with last year decided a tournament/scholarship would be a nice way to remember him. Harry Jacobs and I proceeded to put together the tournament. Ron Hamel, the police officer and director of our unit, did everything he could to help and encourage us. From start to finish Ron was there to help. Thank you, Ron. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: POBJFK Varsity Baseball Posts Impressive Record

    POBJFK's Varsity baseball team, which was not mentioned as one of the top teams in Newsday's initial baseball review, surprised many as it went through its regular season by posting an impressive 16 and 5 record, tying Herricks for second place in Conference A-II. FULL STORY

  • OPINION: Keep Up Pleas for Environmental Safety
  • OPINION: Kirkpatrick McMillan and the Bicycle

| home | Email the Plainview Herald |
Copyright ©1998 Anton Community Newspapers, Inc.
All Rights Reserved.
LinkExchange Member