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October 23, 1998

  • NEWS: The Big Heart of a Small Town

    The warmth of the beautiful autumn day that accompanied this year's Pride in Port celebration was surpassed only by the warmth of Port Washingtonians as they paid homage to their hometown last weekend. FULL STORY

  • NEWS: Highlights of Teachers' Contract

    Early in the morning of Sept. 4, 1998 the Port Washington Union Free School District and the Port Washington Teachers Association reached agreement on a successor contract to the one that expired on June 30, 1998. The new agreement is effective July 1, 1998 through June 30, 2001. The negotiations process, which began in April, followed several months of preparation on the part of the Port Washington Board of Education and the Port Washington Teachers Association. The resulting contract followed intensive and lengthy negotiations. Highlights include: FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: On The Bay

    Recent additions to the bay's potential sailing population are Beth and Greg Danilek's Nicholas John (10/1/98) and Gail and Walter Halee's Bew Royal (8/18/98). At a recent shower for first of these, the following were listed as guests: Linda Danilek and Lee, Margaret (Fraser) Flaherty and Emily Fay, Mimi Berry and Maura and Gail Halee with Jessica and Ben. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Sports Beat

    An overflowing "Homecoming Day" crowd of more than 1500 watched Port overcome a 26-22 half-time deficit to defeat Valley Stream Central 42-32. The victory brought Port's record to 4-1 and lifted them into second in the Conference behind Garden City. Much of the credit for the win goes to two of Port's unsung heroes; sr. QB Aaron Shkuda (8 of 9 completion's for 115 yds. and two touchdowns), sr. wide receiver Charles Perry (6 receptions, 3 touchdowns, one a punt return for 60 yards). jr. full back Frank Zaccherio (rushed for 152 yards and scored 2 TDs). Viking's premier running back Jason Ham added 124 yards on 18 carries and scored a touchdown. The individual heroics displayed by the Vikings electrified the crowd from start to finish. The team put on a great show for the returning alumni. FULL STORY

  • OPINION: Pride In Port
  • OPINION: There Is No Generation Gap in Port Washington's Sports Hall of Fame



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