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November 6, 1998

  • NEWS: Reopening of Salem School Discussed in Terms of Issues/Perceptions

    At the Board of Ed.'s Oct 27 work session, the long-awaited discussion regarding the reopening of the Salem School as an elementary school was initiated. Facilities Committee Chair Nancy Cowles noted that for many months the committee has been engaged in attending meetings, reviewing numerous reports and studies, and interviewing various governmental agency representatives to gain some insight into the history of Salem and perceived problems. FULL STORY

  • NEWS: Background History of Salem School and the Port Washington Landfill

    1865 - Sand and gravel mining operations begin in area along East Shore Road near Hempstead Harbor. Much mining activity through the early-mid 1900s. As the mining was phased out the site began being used as a construction and demolition debris landfill. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: On the Bay

    Reflecting on the non-sailing aspects of the 20th annual fall series, many aspects will long be remembered. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: CIGNA Knickerbocker Cup 1998

    Sept. 23 through Sept. 27 the Knickerbocker Yacht Club held the 17th Annual Match Racing Championship in New York Harbor for the Cigna Knickerbocker Cup. Twelve skippers and crews from all over the world competed for a $24,000 grand prize. Peter Gilmour (from Australia and ranked no. 1 match racer in the world) took first prize. Peter and his all-Japanese crew from Nippon America's Cup Challenge, was impressive and left no doubt as to the reason for his being the best in the sport. FULL STORY

  • OPINION: O Brave New World
  • OPINION: Much Ado About 'Something'

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