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May 25, 2001

  • NEWS: School Budget Passes: Cowles and Mogul Win Big

    Despite some "challenges," the 2001-2002 school budget passed 2,040 to 1,730. One major hurdle the budget had to overcome to be ratified by the voters was its lack of approval from three school board members, Julie Meyer, Board Vice President Robert Ferro and John Zimmerman. FULL STORY

  • NEWS: Sal Condoluci and Karol Szaja Named Grand Marshals of Memorial Day Parade

    Based on their outstanding service to their American Legion and Veterans of Foreign Wars Posts, Sal Condoluci and Karol Szaja have been selected as the Co- Grand Marshals of this year's Memorial Day Parade. Working tirelessly to visit hospitals and assist other veterans, these two Port Washingtonians are modest about their deeds but delighted to have been given this honor. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Boys Varsity Lacrosse Stuns MacArthur 11-8

    When they met during the regular season Port needed an overtime period to beat MacArthur. When they met on Saturday during the quarterfinal round of the playoffs they needed pride, guts and skill, as they came back from a four-goal deficit to defeat the Generals 11-8. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: On The Bay

    The sailing season is officially open. All the area yacht clubs are in commission and the 2001 Cow Bay YRA Sailing season began the weekend of May 12-13. Many boats are yet to be launched so the full contingent of racers has not appeared on the Race Committee's starting line. Results for the first weekend of racing: May 12: Sonar Fleet only: On May 12: 1. #396, Delight, Bob Kirtland; and 2. #316, Elusive, Ed King/Alan Helman. May 13 results: 1. #395 and 2. #375, Housemartin, Beth/Greg Danilek. On Saturday, May 19, there was very little wind and only one boat, Elusive, was prepared to race. So Race Committee Chair, Gene Bowler, made use of "found" time to practice running races with his committee members. The results for Sunday, May 20: Sonar Fleet: 1. #396, Delight, Bob Kirtland, 2. #421, Weekend Warrior, Dan Simon, and 3. #615, Holiday, Ming Wang. Ideal 18s: 1. John Browning/Emily Browning; and 2. Pam Prokop/Laura Browning. FULL STORY

  • OPINION: Sussman and Zimmerman Should Step Down
  • OPINION: 'Enough Already' Logo
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