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July 16, 1999

  • NEWS: Police Seek Missing Plainview Woman

    The Nassau County Police Department is requesting the public's assistance in locating a Plainview woman, who has not been seen since Saturday, July 10, at 7:30 p.m. FULL STORY

  • NEWS: Dems Prescribe 'R & R' for County -- Reform and Responsibility

    Minority Leader Judy Jacobs (D-Woodbury) and the Democrats on the Nassau County Legislature continue to work closely with New York State Assemblyman Thomas DiNapoli on a plan to drastically revamp the budget process in Nassau County. The plan, which Albany Democrats have presented in the form of a draft bill, calls for New York State Comptroller Carl McCall to oversee the county's budget process. The 19-page draft bill, called the Nassau County Fiscal Reform and Responsibility Act of 1999, also would require that the county executive prepare a four-year financial plan with each year's budget. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Plainview's Lori Harfenes Melnik Scores in Firecracker Run

    Congratulations to 43-year-old Lori Harfenes-Melnik of Mitchell Avenue in Plainview, who was the eighth woman finisher overall and second in the 40-49 age group in the 19th annual Massapequa Firecracker Run, held on the fourth of July. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Local Women Score in Vytra Women's 5 Kilometer Run

    More than 300 women showed up at the Woodward Parkway Elementary School in Farmingdale on July 11 to participate in the 16th annual Vytra Women's 5 Kilometer Run, and runners from all over the local area came home with lots of awards in a field that included some of the top female runners in the world! The runners traveled a 3.1 mile course through the streets of South Farmingdale. FULL STORY

  • OPINION: Letters to the Editor
  • OPINION: A Visit to Solomon's Castle

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