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December 18, 1998

  • NEWS: Harbor Ridge Senior Housing Update

    Ellen Markowski, executive assistant to Town of North Hempstead Supervisor May Newburger, updated the status of the senior housing complex to be built at the former Morewood property site, which is now named Harbor Ridge Continuing Care Retirement Community. FULL STORY

  • NEWS: Zimbardi Wins by 97 Votes

    After an intense campaign, Sal Zimbardi prevailed over incumbent Roy Smitheimer in last week's PWPD Commissioner's race, by 97 votes. The count was 936 to 839 and represents the third largest voter turnout in contested elections over the last 30 years. The largest turnout was in the 1996 election when 2,186 voted and Jim Duncan defeated Steve Zaccherio. The next largest turnout was in 1976 when 2,022 voters came out and Ellen Glickstein prevailed in her third attempt at the office and defeated Hehn. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: On The Bay

    On Sunday, Dec. 1, 12 dinghy teams competed in light north to northwest winds ranging from 5 to 8 knots. Five races and one crew race were completed. Top sailors: 1. Pedro Lorson (536), Ralf Steitz (537) and 3. co-skippers Doug Morea and Jason Hill (653). The crew race was won by Ed duMoulin. Interesting to note: the two co-skippers who came in third for the day are 16 and 15 years old. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Sports Beat

    Two losses, back-to-back, is not a good way to start a new basketball season. Last Saturday, the Vikings were unable to rebound from their opening round loss to St. Mary's 86-61 and also lost the consolation game to Friends Academy 71-65. In the annual Fritz Muller Tourney played at Manhasset HS, the double loss was reminiscent of last year's double loss in the same tournament. After shaking off those two losses, the Vikings went on to have their best season in over 15 years and made it to the conference playoffs. Hopefully the Vikings will rebound as they did last year and improve on those achievements. This week the Vikings are on the road again and will participate in the Bethpage Tourney. The first round game is scheduled for Wednesday, Dec. 16, at 6 p.m. Port will play Division in the opening round. Depending on the results of thast game, Port will play on Friday at either 6 ot 8 p.m. On Saturday, Dec. 17, Port travels to St. Dominic's for a non-league game and on Dec. 22 Port hosts Great Neck North at 7 p.m. FULL STORY

  • OPINION: Need Better Way to Conduct Town Business
  • OPINION: Enough Already on Blankman's Issues With Village Club of Sands Point



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