Thousands Feared Dead in Wake of Terrorist Attacks
President Bush Calls It War --
Wednesday, Sept. 12 - A deep sense of shock and sadness pervaded the communities of Nassau County today, in the wake of yesterday's terrorist strikes on America, which are being described by President Bush as "the most devastating terrorist attacks in the nation's history," and "an act of war."
Nassau Hospitals, Organizations Do Their Part
At the Nassau County American Red Cross location at 195 Willis Avenue in Mineola, an American Red Cross worker likens the terrorist attack on the World Trade Center to the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor.
On The Bay
On Sunday, October 7, the Port Washington Yacht Club will host the Volvo Leukemia Cup Regatta to help raise funds for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, which is a national, voluntary health agency dedicated to finding the cures for leukemia, lymphoma, Hodgkin's disease and myeloma.
Port Washington's Soccer Wildcats on a Roll
The Port Washington Soccer Club's U-14 Wildcats, coached by local trainer and coach Chris Perez, continue to win, while being good sports too.
Salary Increases Should Be Modest Cost of Living for Teachers
Teachers' Salaries, Student Placements