News Sports Opinion Obituaries Contents
News
Hats Off to the Class of 2000!/ Edward Elkowitz Challenges Congressman Ackerman/ The Senate Race: Is Rick Lazio What the Doctor Ordered/ Forum: Saving Long Island Sound/ School Board Members Upbeat/ BOE Approves Raises for Superintendent and Administrators: Larry Blake, Carol Gannon, and Other Key Educators Leaving Posts/ In Memoriam: Karl V. Anton, Jr./ New Leadership for the BOE: Richard Sussman Elected President, Bob Ferro Is Vice President/ Craig Johnson Hosts West Nile Virus Forum/ Sandy Hollow Associates Revises Plans for 41 Acres/ Gambol 2000: (Magical Mystery) Tour de Force/ Locals Support People Who Live Without Sight and Sound/ Long Awaited Restoration of Baxter Pond Park Started/ M'Haven Defaults on Contract to Purchase Parkland/ New York State Cancer Maps: What They Show for Port Washington and Its Neighbors/ Village Club Opens Additional Nine Holes/ Weber Middle School Honored/ Melissa Brewster Is Bogart Scholar/ A More Beautiful Port Washington Assistant Superintendent for Business Retires From Port School District/ BOE Contemplates 7 Facilities Options: Will Ask Community for Their Preferences/"Target Pests, Not People" Say Local Breast Cancer Activists/ Port North Examines Sandy Hollow Associates Application for 41 Acres/ Business Improvement District Unveils Streetscape Improvement Plan/ Residents Become Acquainted With Helen Keller National Center/ It Was a Very Good Year Says Balboni/ Landscapers Question Flower Hill Code/ Take a Step Back in Time to the Fabulous '50s/ Port Bids Farewell to Longtime Weber Math Teacher and Chair Don Voss/ High School Seniors Exhibit Their Works of Art at an Impressive Show/ New PW Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors/ School Board Looks to the Fall/ AARP Bus Visits Funday Monday/ Public Faces-Private Lives: Jose and Juan Hernandez, and Gilly and Carlos Quinteros/ Call for Neighborhood Watch/ Dead Crow Found in Port Backyard/ BOE Meeting: And Then There Were Five (Facilities Options)/ Electrical Fire on Manorhaven Blvd./ Senate Candidate Hillary Clinton Visits and Discusses LI Issues/ Uniting Against Domestic Violence: TONH Thanks Advocates/ Use of Town Parks an Issue for North Hempstead Residents/ School Custodian Honored by Fire Commission and Board of Ed./ United States Senator Schumer Comes to Long Island/ Josh Bloom and Lindsay Weinstein Win National History Day Competition/ 51st Town Dock Snapper Derby Sept. 9/ What Happened on Bayview Ave. Last Week?/ Locals Meet Hillary Clinton/ Public Faces-Private Lives: Jeffrey Wands/ The Superintendent's Back to School Message/ Flower Hill Town Meeting/ Port Girl Dies in Crash in Brazil Village of Sands Point Prevails in Thayer Road Litigation/ TONH Hearing on Environmental Bond Issue/ A Visit With School Resource Office Tony Guzzello/The "Glam Life" Expands at Americana/ Landmark to Honor Ed and Jinny Pratt at Fifth Anniversary Gala/ PW Schools Open With 4,424 Students/ School Board Divided on Holding Community Forums/ Reassessment Is Under Way/ Port's Remarkable Ruth D. Bogen Dies at 84/ Seven More Crows Found Infected With West Nile Virus in Massapequa: One in Manorhaven Park/ Update on Port North's 41 Acres and Lewis Oil/Delco Site/ Reopening Salem School Seems a Certainty: Number of HS Classrooms Debated by BOE/ Manhasset Bay Gold Cup Poker Run/ PW Fire Department Sponsors New Explorer Post/ The 2000 Pride in Port Committee/ Town Issues Debt Management Plan/ WWII Medal of Honor Recipient, Who Spent Youth in Port, Dies/ New Baxter Estates Roads Are On-Hold 'Til Spring/ School Board Narrows Options to Three/ Baxter Pond Renovation Waiting for Papers/ Main Street Market Changes Hands/ Flower Hill Village Meeting/ Board Votes to Ban a Book, Then Rescinds Vote and Awaits Review/ Votes Will Decide on Town Environmental Legacy Fund We're Celebrating Pride in Port This Saturday!/ National Merit Scholarships Semifinalists/ PWFD Is PIP Parade Grand Marshal/ Democratic Leader (Tom DiNapoli) Meets With Local Press/ Father Dan's Installation Coincides With St. Peter's Centennial/ LI Law Firms Make it Easier to Check Nannies' Backgrounds/ Jacobs Meets With General Council/ Assistant Superintendent for Business Joins Port Washington School District/ Three Facilities Options Costed Out by Architect/ Barbara Honored by Pride in Port/ Residents Find Book Decision Objection and Troubling/ County Executive Gulotta Tells it His Way/ Lazio Speak With Officials From Across Nassau/ DiNapoli and Balboni to Help Associations Get Tax Break/ Board Chooses Facilities Option: Will Be Five K-5s, One Middle School at Weber, and One High School for (an estimated) $43.3 Million/ School District's Architect Resigns/ 12th Annual Pride in Port Gets Better by the Dozen/ Democrats Step Up to the Plate/ Supervisor May Newburger Presents Town Budget/ Sands Point Board Meeting/ Port Washington North Meeting/ Barbara Hausman Leaves Helen Keller National Center/ Baxter Pond Renovation Hits Snag/ Promising Medical Advances in the Fight Against Breast Cancer/ Port Receives Awards From AAA/ Manorhaven Board Meeting/ Civic Leader Laurence Rose Dies/ Hillary Clinton Visits Port/ Jon Brooks (State Senatorial Candidate) Talks to the Editors Bickering Among School Board Dominates Oct. 17 Meeting/ PWPD Announces for 2001: Rate Per Hundred Decreased 4.3 Cents/ Port Catches Subway Series Fever/ Democrats Pass Budget County Executive Gulotta Calls Unacceptable/ Candidates for State Senate Sum Up/ Public Faces: Private Lives---Mel the Ice Cream Man/ Clean Auditor's Report on District, But Concern Over Fund Balance/ Library Construction Update/ Police District Contemplates Eight-Hour Versus Twelve-Hour Tours of Duty/ Nassau County Executive Vetoes Legislature's Budget/ Donatelli Elected General Council of Homeowners Association President/ Hitting Too Close to Home: Talking About Courtship Violence With Sons and Daughters/ Port's Judy Aiges, CSW: True Grit/ Port Pays Tribute to Veterans/ Balboni Returned to NYS Senate/ DiNapoli Returned by Strong Mandate/ After Twenty Years in Port the Iannelli Family Moves on/ RFAMBPW Holds Meeting/ Republican Legislature Decides Not to Override County Executive's Vetoes/ $15 Million Environmental Legacy Fund Approved in North Hempstead/ Port North Holds Public Hearing on Lewis Oil Rezoning/ Short Term Facilities Needs Discussed at the BOE Meeting: Board on Verge of Hiring New Architect/ Tenth Victory for Ackerman!/ Public Faces-Private Lives: Chabad's Rabbi Paltiel/ Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum Awarded Tenure/ Town of North Hempstead Has Budget/ Board Sets Fees for Village Club/ Flower Hill Adopts Revised Code/ Good Health Leads to Formation of "The Gezunters" Men's Group/ Car Accident Claims Life of Young Man/ How Did Port Residents Vote This Year?/ The Holiday Season Lights Up in Port/ Schreiber High School Memorial Park Honored by Town of North Hempstead/ Last Chapter at the Landfill Begins/ PWFD New Explorer Post Expands Two Candidates Seek Office of Police Commissioner: Candidates Biographies---Robert Persons and Barry Loeb/ Suozzi Seeking County Executive Post/ Nassau County Officials Agree on Budget, Four-Year Plan/ BOE to Hold Public Meetings on Proposed Bond Referendum/ Port Trots on Thanksgiving/ Port Schools Awarded State Honors for Excellence in Foreign Languages/ School District Unveils New Student Equity Plan/ Good News for Incorporated Villages/ Lights, Trees, Santa!: Tree Lighting Kicks Off Season/ Schreiber HS Re-accredited/ Acts of Kindness Are the Best Portion of a Life (Barbara Faticone, Amy Bass, Debbie Miraglia/ O'Shea Unveils Reassessment Web Site "www.mynassauproperty.com"/ Publication of Book About Sands Point History Announced/ Port Children's Center Auction: 23...and Going Strong/ PORTCAP's Patti Wood Receives Community Caretaker Award/ Oil Leak on Middle Neck Road/ TONH Adopts Five Year Capital and Highway Plans/ Police Commissioner Persons Re-elected in Landslide/ Ed Kulich's Party for Special Children a Great Success/ Holidays Made More Special by Port Gal/ William J. Navin: Attorney, Teacher, Writer, Coach, Friend/ Update on Funds for Bakst and McCloskey/ Thomas DiNapoli Edits New Book/ Middle School Design Is Unveiled/ Quality of Life Issues Focus of Sands Point Meeting/ Public Faces-Private Lives: Jean Ritchie

LongIsland.com Logo
An Official Newspaper of the
LongIsland.Com Internet Community


| antonnews.com home | Email the Port Washington News|
Copyright ©2001 Anton Community Newspapers, Inc.
All Rights Reserved.

LinkExchange
LinkExchange Member

Farmingdale Observer Floral Park Dispatch Garden City Life Glen Cove Record Pilot Great Neck Record Hicksville Illustrated News Levittown Tribune Manhasset Press Massapequan Observer Mineola American New Hyde Park Illustrated News Oyster Bay Enterprise Pilot Plainview Herald Port Washington News Roslyn News Syosset Jericho Tribune Three Village Times Westbury Times Boulevard Magazine Features Calendar Search Add An Event Classified Contacting Anton News