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December 17, 1999

  • NEWS: Local Church Hosts Christmas Concert and Nativity Display

    Bleach bottles, bread dough, and bean bags are some of the materials used to craft nativity scenes which will be displayed at the Sunday, Dec. 19, Christmas Concert hosted by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints at 160 Washington Avenue, Plainview. FULL STORY

  • NEWS: Town Closes on Plainview Land Sale

    The final hurdle in the sale and development of 65 acres in Plainview was cleared earlier this week, after year-long negotiations between the Town of Oyster Bay, the developer and town residents resulted in the town board's approval of several resolutions allowing the land sale and construction to proceed. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Girls Varsity Volleyball Team Ends Season in First Place

    What a wonderful season! The girls Varsity volleyball team ended their season in first place in Conference II-B with a record of 12 wins and four losses. Making it into the playoffs and meeting Elmont (seeded seven) as the 10th seeded team. They stood small in stature, but proved to be the best defensive team in the league. But the most amazing thing is how young they are. The lineup consisted of a starting 13-year-old, a 14-year-old running the offense, three juniors and one senior. And the substitutes were all sophomores. The most memorable matches of the season were against Hicksville, Calhoun, Farmingdale and Great Neck South. They were all five game matches which proved to the defense that they hung in there tough to close the match. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Winthrop Continues Support For Wheelchair Championship

    The Greater Long Island Running Club offers its thanks to the good folks at Winthrop Cardiovascular & Thoracic Surgery for their continued support for the club's North American Wheelchair Championship Race. Dr. Alan Hartman and Nurse Kathy Wagner of Winthrop met with Race Director Nick Katsounis recently to discuss plans for the 2000 event, and Nick presented them with special plaques to thank them for their past support, along with race T-shirts from 1999. FULL STORY

  • OPINION: English as the Second Official Language in Japan?
  • OPINION: Proposed Nassau County Budget Cuts to Contract Agencies

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