Manhasset Bay Water Quality Called "Best in Years"; Baxter Pond Water: High Tide for Now; Schreiber Times Brings Home the Gold; One of Port's Finest: Mayor John Weaver; Police Commissioner Persons Installed for Second Term: Middle School Design Revised-Numbers Are Still a Concern; Rock Concert to Benefit Justin Bakst Scholarship; Parking Garage Completed at St. Francis; Class of 1950 Celebrates Its 50th; Tom DiNapoli Plans Run for Nassau County Executive; School Facilities Plan Being Reviewed for Cuts; How Much Is Too Much?- The 64 Million Dollar Question; Board of Education Hears Residency Task Force Recommendations; Port Chamber to Hold 70th Anniversary; Suozzi Declares Candidacy for Nassau County Executive- Suozzi- "I Am Ready"; Sands Point Village Considers Maintenance of Natural Vegetation; Tennis Academy Donates $75k to PYA; More Reductions to School Facilities Plan, Will It Be Enough?": Three Intel Semifinalists Selected from Schreiber High School; Harbor Links Receives Environmental Award; Schreiber Athlete Sarah Walsh Reaches Basketball Milestone; Israel Guzman Profile; Nassau Republican Legislators Denounce Thomas Gulotta; Youth Council Cabaret 2001 Honors the Johnson Family; Democrats Elect Aronson; Debi Honorof Named Executive Director of Landmark on Main Street.
Newburger Gives Upbeat Message in State of the Town Message; School Board Holds Forum for Community; 65 Students Participate in All-County Festival Concerts; What Will $66 Million Buy for Our Schools?; Two Schreiber Varsity Coaches (Busby and Makover) Named Tops in Nassau County; Town Postpones Vote on Bond; Chamber of Commerce Turns 70; BOE Unanimously Adopts $66.5 M Facilities Bond; Congratulations Larry Greenstein You Are Port's Significant Other of the Year; Port People to the Rescue (St. Peter's Helps Victims of El Salvador Earthquake; A Glimpse at Life Long Ago, Right at our Doorstep; Tales From the Rails; Town Accepting Nominations for Women's Roll of Honor 2001-02;; Lions Club Celebrates With 75th Anniversary Dinner; What's Up at the Shields Hardware Store Property on Main Street; Monica Westin Profile: Late June Still Targeted for Library Re-Opening; Port Rotary Charter Dinner to Honor Everitt Hehn and Dr. George Williams; Landmark Welcomes Debi Honorof; Suozzi Boosted by Support; Strong Support for DiNapoli Run; Republicans Fail to Derail Art Museum; Democrats Save $4.3 Bond Issue; Revered Sousa Principal Dr. Richard Barry to Retire; Nassau Closes 2000 With Budget Surplus; Long Island Financier Seeks Nassau County Executive Post (Bruce Bent); Joan Kent and Her New Book Discovering Sands Point; Its History, Its People, Its Places; Library/Schools Anti-Smoking Peer Training Project Update.
Hagedorn Library Center Opens at Buckley Country Day School; Six Schreiber Seniors Qualify as National Merit Finalists;l Guggenheim School Jumps at the Chance to Fight Leukemia; Baxter Estates Sets "Residents-Only" Access to Local Woods; Discolored Water Found in Parts of Port Washington; Water Storage Tanks to Be Constructed in Sands Point; Town Clerk Announces Service for Residents to View Town Code; A New Residential Development on Manhasset Isle?; Port to Say Good-bye to Grand Union; School Board Considers Possible Cuts in the 2001-2002 Budget- No Double Digit Increases Foreseen; Marvin Hamlisch Comes to Town; William "Billy" Finnegan Boxing in Golden Globes Amateur Bout March 9; School Facilities Bond Vote Next Tuesday, March 20; Baxter Estates Elections 2001; Trustee Positions Contested in Port North-Mayor Pellegrino Runs Unopposed Seeking 17th Term; This Tom (Gulotta) Bows Out; Community Members and Police Begin a Dialogue Over Concerns; Ready, Set, Snow...Eventually (the snowstorm that wasn't); Rock Concert Raises Money for Justin Bakst Memorial Scholarship; PYA Brings Yankee Great Tommy John to Port Washington; Knights of Columbus Honor Lough; Legislator Johnson Reflects on His First Year; Schreiber Wins State Academic Decathlon Championship; Library Board Incumbents Run Unopposed; Parking Meter Attendant Arrested for Official Misconduct; O'Connor Objects to Voting Procedures-Newburger Says This Is Politics at Its Worst; North Hempstead Delegation Lobbies Washington; School Facilities Bond Passes This Time!- 5,148 Vote: 56 Percent-Yes, 44 Percent-No; Assessment Image Gathering to Begin in April; Angelo Ferrara to Run for Supervisor of North Hempstead: March Village Election Results- Emphasizes Importance of Getting Out and Voting; Senior Housing on Lower Main Street Is Proposed; Was Disciplinary Action Too Lenient?; New Explorer Officers Conduct 1st Meeting; Grand Union Employees Say Goodbye
Proposed Budget for Public Schools Approximately $80.77 Mil.-Even With $2.6 Mil in Cuts, Increase Is 8.79 Percent Over Last Year; Library's Proposed 2001-2002 Budget- Increase in Tax Levy 4.96 Percent; Weber Middle School Students Win First Place in Regional Science Olympiad; Many Measures in Place to Strengthen School Safety, Task Force Reports; Rotary Celebrates 50th Anniversary; Sierra Club Names Patti Wood as One of the Environmentalists of the Year; Manhasset Bay Focus of Historical Society Journal; School Board Committee Makes Recommendations for Changes in Math; Cancer Care and Red Stocking Revue "Sock" It to Port Washington; St. Stephen's Episcopal Church Children Filling in Ark; Plant a Row for the Hungry Flowering in Port Washington: Bay Bootery to Close; Richie Havens Comes to Landmark on Main Street; PRC's Dinner A Success; Village Voice Columnist to Speak at Book and Author Luncheon; Roberta A. Nixon to Receive Citizen of the Year Award; $80.8 Million Budget Adopted by BOE; School Board Discusses Banning Poisonwood Bible-Motion Defeated 4-2-1; Senior Center Honors Morrey Barsky; For Yom Hashoah-A Holocaust Survivor Remembers; North Hempstead Honors Women-Five From Port-Rabbi Beth Davidson, Sandra Ehrlich, Beverly Reese, Viviana Risca and Patti Wood; Susan Cheever to Speak at Community Meeting on Drugs, Alcohol; Three Vie for Two School Board Positions (Laura Mogul, Nancy Cowles, Mike Meehan); How Are We Doing?- Schools Receive Their State Report Card; Baxter Pond Refurb on Schedule; Fire at Sigsbee's Boat Yard; Environment a Priority for Democrats; Dennis Lehane, Best-selling Mystery to Speak at Book and Author Luncheon.
School District Task Force Offers Powerful Programs-Confronts Students' Alcohol/Drug Use; "Water Birds of Manhasset Bay" Photo Exhibit Opens at HarborFest; Port Senior Center's 40th Celebration; Safety Concerns Force Town to Discontinue Bar Beach Fireworks; Suozzi Calls for Secret Ballots for Upcoming Democratic Convention; Flag at Landmark Stolen; Mogul, Cowles Attend Board of Ed.'s Candidates' Night- Third Candidate Is No Show; Camille Corbisiero Is Port News Mother-of-the-Year Contest Winner; Court Revokes Permit Granted for Dejana by M'Haven BZA; Special Day for Morrey Barsky and Port Washington Seniors; Romantico Expands Into New Venture; Warren Schein Receives Mason's Dewitt Clinton Service Award; Alan Teitel Profile; Nassau Democrats Choose DiNapoli-Suozzi Plans Primary Challenge; School Board Members' Differences Heat Up- (Sussman/Zimmerman) Physical Harassment Allegations; HarborFest 2001 Is This Weekend!; Nassau County Legislature Adopts Mobile Cell Phone Ban; Residents Honor Horace Hagedorn; Baxter Estates and PWPL Nearing Accord on Parking Lot; A Look Back at the First Gambol (Gambol 2001 Marks the Fiftieth Year of This Community Tradition); Moody's Raises Town of North Hempstead's Bond Rating; Eighty-Three Schreiber H.S. Students Inducted Into National Honor Society; Friends of the Library's Book and Author Luncheon; Sal Condoluci and Karol Szaja Named Grand Marshals of Memorial Day Parade; Bomb Threat at Schreiber; School Budget Passes (2,040 to 1,730); Nancy Cowles and Laura Mogul Win Big; School Board Votes to Continue After-school Program With JCC; Taxes Remain Unchanged in Village of Sands Point; Guggenheim Bids Farewell to Three of Its Finest Teachers (Werter, Rueck and Olsen); Mr. Nice Guy (Perry Como); Republicans Bent on Winning; Thousands Pay Homage to the Bay at 11th Annual HarborFest; 52nd Blessing of the Fleet; Eric Van Nostrand and Ian Jay Receive National Merit Scholarships; Local Resident (Dora Israel) Researched Book for Enemy at the Gates; Newburger to Run for Fifth Term.
Ayhan Hassan Gets a Bad Break (out); Port Washington Honors Veterans Lost; HS Bomb Scare Caller Taken Into Custody; Education Foundation Is Formed; PYA to Induct Three at Hall of Fame Dinner June 15 (Guy Crawford, Kathy Gallagher Doughty and Ames Ressa, Jr.); DiNapoli Wins Independence Party Designation for County Executive; (Community Chest) Feather Is Full!; What's Going on at the Port Washington Tennis Academy (major renovation); Kiwanis International Serving the Children of the World; Update on Ayhan's Restaurant; Baxter Estates Eye New Shields Hardware; Port Washington News' Fathers-of-the-Year (Gary Pagano, Marvin Richards, Sean McAuliffe and Dave Fertig); Meoli Named Principal of Sousa; Board of Ed Awards Tenure to 28 Teachers and Staff and Two Teacher Assistants; Sands Point and Manorhaven: June Village Elections; Cherished Teaching Couple to Retire (Hamburgers); Groundbreaking for Harbor Ridge; The Gambol Celebrates Its Golden Anniversary This Year; Schreiber HS's Academic Decathlon Team, State Champs, Win Multiple Medals at Nationals; Library Prepares for Reopening; Town Clerk Michelle Schmiel Seeks Second Term; Catherine Russo of Manhasset to Run for Town Clerk; Raptors Return; Harbor Road Dedicated in Honor of Late Robert Johnson, Neighborhood Activist; Port Washington Bids a Fond, But Bittersweet, Farewell to Ann Sue Israel; Girls Track State Qualifiers; Progress on Equity in School, but Work Still to Be Done; Schreiber High School Graduates 270; Parola Reviews Two Terms as He Seeks Third as Comptroller; Democratic Comptroller Candidate Weitzman Presents His Case; June Village Elections Results- Justice Returns to Manorhaven Village Board/ Sands Point Incumbents Re-elected in Landslide; Port Chamber Honors Tom Bensen and Mark Robinson.