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Schreiber Graduates 315 Students/BOE Grapples with Facilities Options/Residents Hire Expert to Study Sustainable Development/Nassau County Crimestoppers Expands Through Promotion/School Board Adopts "Conceptual" Long-Range Facilities Plan/Safety Sub-Committee and Task Force Nears Final Recommendations/Dock's Improvements to Begin in Fall/May Newburger Blasts Lack of Child Care Reform/D'Urso to Seek Re-election/County Comptroller Speaks at League of Women Voters Meeting/ Controversy Over BOE's "Getting Along Better"/Four Port Winners at HKNC Walk-A-Thon/St. Francis Hospital Names Dr. Alan D. Guerci President/CEO/Port Profile: Stretch Ryder/Daly School Overhaul Too Costly, BOE Tells Planners---Weber and Salem to Be Studied for Expanded Capacity/Board of Education Elects Nelson President, Ehrlich-Vice President/First Lady Visits North Shore Hospital/Martin Castro---Special Graduate/Port Rotary Civics Award Presented to Warren Schein/New Stars in Bogart Constellation: Yael Shy and Alexandra Herzlich/State Comptroller's Audit Shows M'Haven's Books Not Balanced/Funday Mondays Are Back at Bar Beach/Is Salem Safe? Public Comments at July BOE Meeting Reveal Concerns/Court Dismisses Article 78 Brought by RFAMBPW Against TONH/Tree Removal Causes Problem With Harbor Rd. Project/Two Fires Cause Damage But No Serious Injuries Town of North Hempstead Landmarks Exhibit at Library/Sock Hoop Delights Lovers of the '50s/Nicole Dumpson Wins Empire State Heptathlon/Mill Pond Cleanup/Library Construction on Hold/Miniature Gold Course Now Open at Harbor Links/Will of Sands Point Reports Record Water Usage/Port Woman Walking to Raise Money for Breast Cancer/Appointment of Defeated M'Haven Trustee (Capozzi) Draws Fire/Country Music Evening Sponsored by Concerned Citizens of Manorhaven/Half a Century of Town Dock Derbies/Coalition Helps Women Escape Domestic Violence/WWI Hero (Frank E. Sherman) Awarded French Legion of Honor Medal/LWV Honors President (Sue Fitzgerald)/Lawsuit Against PWPD Is Dismissed/New Ped Xing Sign on Main Street/LIE Project Clears Trees/Village of Flower Hill Grants Moratorium Appeal/Port Profile: Ali Pourfarrokh/North Hempstead to Revise Building Code/OYA 9th Annual Dinner Dance Kicks Off "Field of Dreams: Fund Raiser/TONH Supervisor and Districts Meet to Discuss Water Issues/Port's Soaring Home Values Refute Newsday Study/Board to Vote on Establishment of a Townwide (Environmental Bond) Referendum Board of Ed. Determines Class Size and Features for Facilities/Students Improve Skills with Summer Academic Support/Mitch Lutch, Popular High School Band Director, Leaves Port/Delco Plaza Owner Vows to Clean-up Environment/Town of North Hempstead Opens Pump and Treat Reservoir System/Powerboat Extravaganza (Poker Run at LaMotta's) Doesn't Disappoint/Processing of Bills Still and Issue at Board of Education Meeting/Baxter Pond Clean-up Is a Go!/Pride in Port 11th Annual Celebration/New Entrance to Sands Point Club Draws Fire/County Requests $498,3838 in Federal Funds for HUB Study/More Sloppy Accounting in Village of Manorhaven/School Climate and Safety Task Force Issues Recommendations/Port Schools Open With 4,318 Students/Town Takes Measures to Reduce Encephalitis Risk/North Hempstead Town Board Cancels (Environmental) Referendum Plan/Baxter Pond Dredging Could Start This Winter/Republican Legislators Unveil Plan to Plug County Deficit/Hurricane Floyd Leaves Its Mark/Tax Rate Decrease for PWPD's 2000 Budget/Mineo Named Deputy Chief of PWPD/Superintendent Asks NY Comptroller's Office to Review BOE Procedures/Sands Point Acts to Further Study New Road/Ayhan's Baklava Eating Contest/Port Profile: Daniel Paisner/The Polish American Museum/School Safety Committees Make Final Recommendations/HS Plan Reaches Final Stages of Development/Encephalitis Mosquitoes in Port?/Come to Octoberfest/A Port Washington "Fish" Tale/Needed-A Few Good Men and Women for Fire-Medic Co. 1/Ahoy, Brewer Capri Marina! A Few Loose Ends Left on Plans for Elementary Schools/Schreiber Boasts 10 National Merit Scholarship Semifinalists/TONH to Hold Candlelight Vigil Against Domestic Violence/Town Clerk Race/Kessel Addresses Local LWV/Democrats Announce Plan to Reduce County Deficit/BOE Makes Alterations to Model Middle School Plan/BOE Resolves to Wait for Audit Regarding Oversight Practices/Discord and Distrust Deepen in Manorhaven/L.I. Alzheimer's Foundation to Honor Edmund Pratt, Jr./High Tech Coming to Baxter Estates/After Two Generations in Town, Joe's Meat Market Closes/Library Receives Construction Go-Ahead/Committee Renames Main St. George Bergman Blvd. for PIP/It's Here...Saturday Is Pride in Port Day/Animal Abuse Suspected/Harry Potter Fans Get to Meet His Creator at Bookshop/Baxter Estates to Resettle Boat Storage Issue on Nov. 2/School District Long-Range Facilities Plan Update/Strong Economy Nets Building Boom in Sands Point/Scam Artists Nabbed by PWPD/Pride in Port Bats A Thousand Again/Incumbent Johnson and Challenger Zenobia Vie for Legislative Spot/Town of North Hempstead Continues to Clean-Up Manhasset Bay/GOP Challenges Town Board Incumbents/North Hempstead Candidates Meet LWV Sousa As a Middle School?/Locals Revel at Pride in Port Dance/TONH and BID Spend 35K to Clean Up Port/Port Profile: Laurie Krotman/Car Backs Off Town Dock/Port Police District Commissioners' Race Is On (Maura vs..... Duncan)/George Sanders Bergman, 1897-1999, Dies/Port Mourns the Loss of Robert and Sharon Fitzpatrick; Victims of EgyptAir Crash/School Safety Improves/Democrats Sweep Nassau!/A Moving and Meaningful Veterans Day Observance/Three Vie for Water Commissioner Spot/Academy Training Ship First on Scene at EgyptAir Crash/Flower Hill Approves New Code/Port Well-Represented at NYC Marathon/Library to Represent Long Island in "Local Legacies" Project/Port Washington Mourns Loss of Richard Dodge "Dick" Whittemore/Port Marathon Runner Is Deaf-Blind/Accusations Fly at Manorhaven's October Meeting For Port Washington School District, Assessment Results Are Good, With Room for Improvement/Gas Main Leak Causes Evacuation/Rounding up Canada Geese/Port North Opposes Opening of Thayer Lane/Professor/Teacher Levinson Advises...Don't Overlook the Needs of the Gifted Student/Four Schreiber Seniors Named Westinghouse Semifinalists/Looking at $85 Million for School Facilities Bond/Jason Ham Wins Thorp Award/DeNiro on the Dock Creates Buzz; New Comedy Film Shot at Louie's/Port Shines Bright for Holiday Season/Manhasset Bay Dredging Feasibility Study to Be Discussed/Miscellaneous Agenda at November Sands Point Meeting/Schreiber/PW High School Alumni Association Being Formed/School Facilities Plan Part II/Robert DeNiro Update/Sandy Hollow Lane is High and Dry Without Watermain/Port Police Commissioner Jim Duncan Re-elected/Markowski Wins Three-Way Race for Water Commissioner/Are Illegal Students Using Manorhaven Addresses?/Bayview Avenue Family Rescued by Police Officers/BOE Vote on Adoption of Long-Term Facilities Plan Logo
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