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October 26, 2001

  • NEWS: Mary McCaffery

    Mary McCaffery is running for a council seat on the Oyster Bay Town Board on the Democratic and Working Families Party Lines. McCaffery, a longtime resident of Bethpage, said her community involvement and innovative ideas make her well suited for the position. FULL STORY

  • NEWS: David O'Brien

    Democratic Town of Oyster Bay candidate David O'Brien wants to see the Town of Oyster Bay restored to the town that it once was, and, in his opinion, should and can be. If elected this November, he plans to lead the town in this direction. FULL STORY

  • NEWS: Josephine Reder

    Josephine Reder, new to the political scene, is seeking election as a council member in the Town of Oyster Bay. Reder, a resident of Massapequa for 25 years, believes that her extensive experience as member and president of the Plainedge School Board would bring strength to the town council if she were elected. FULL STORY

  • OPINION: During Tragic Times, Community Should Stay Involved
  • OPINION: Nassau Deserves Better Logo
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