Graduates Celebrate at the Fabulous "Times Square" Gambol 2001/ 40th Anniversary Party Honors Senior Citizens Inc. and Barsky/ Mock Trial Team Places Second in Playoff/ Fire Chiefs (Cole and Trapp) Profiles/ School Board Thanks Baer and Nardone for Their Work/ Remembering Louise Haney/ Sarah Morgan Is This Year's Bogart Scholarship Winner/ Congressman Ackerman Supports Ayhan/ 52nd Blessing of the Fleet in Pictures...and a Few Words/ Open Forum on Viaduct Renovation/ NY League of Conservation Voters Endorses Newburger for Supervisor/ NYS DEC and DOH Address Concerns Re: Sbarro Restaurant/School Board Accepts Schematic Designs for Buildings-Some Dismayed That Community Input Followed Vote/ Chamber of Commerce Installation/ Reassessment Process to Data Verification Phase/ Tennis Academy Gives $5,000 for Library-Schools Anti-Smoking Project/ St. Peter's Farewell Festivities for Sister Agnes Shaw/ Fields of Dream Coming True/ DiMaggio's Scores Again With New Restaurant/ Flower Hill Reports on Hospital Plans-St. Francis Considering Further Expansion/ Baxter Estates Mayor Calls Parking Near Public Library "Lawless"/ Port Police Officer Injured in Motorcycle Accident/ Democrats Present Election Petitions/ Youth Council to Hire Program Director/ At Last, Baxter Pond Cleanup Will Be Completed by This Fall.
Ed Du Moulin's America's Cup and Me Galvanizes Colorful Memories of 63 Years and Seven Campaigns/ Federal Funds Approved for Shoreline Preservation/ Harvest Moon Ball Resurrected/ Sands Point to Construct One Million Gallon Water Storage Tank/ PWPD Sponsors Alcohol Laws Seminar/ For PW Teachers, Summer Begins With a Taste of 'Salsa in the City'/ The Dodge House Diaries/ Richard Moger Profile/ Port Washington Library Reopens/ Democratic County Exec Candidates Debate Issues/ Bruce McDonald Honored as One of Top Coaches in United States/ PW Police Department Promotes Bartkowski and Lewis to Sergeant/ North Hempstead's Taxpayers Save $2 Million as Newburger Finalizes Refunding of Environmental Projects/ (School) Tax Levy to Be 13 Percent/ What's Happened With West Nile Virus This Year on the North Shore/ Suozzi Explains Details of Tow More Plans/ DiNapoli Outlines Overall Financial Plan/ Senator Schumer Endorses DiNapoli/ Long Beach Legislator Shifts Support to Suozzi/ Supervisor Newburger's Committee Against Family Violence/ ELF Committee Makes First Round Recommendations/ Harbor Links Named Audubon Sanctuary/ Driver Who Killed Port Men Is Indicted/ School District Gets Ready for 2001-2002 School Year/ PWPL's Ride "n" Read Heats Up Summer Commute/ First Annual Louise T. Haney Memorial Regatta on Mill Pond/ Village Club of Sands Point Is a Fait Accompli/ Use of Parent Survey Stalls at BOE Meeting/ Reassessment Process Shifts to Residential Mailing Stage/ 9th Annual Manhasset Bay Gold Cup Poker Run
DiNapoli and Suozzi Faceoff Next Tuesday, Sept.11; BOE Members Re-Elect Sussman President and Ferro Vice President in 4 to 3 Vote; Republican Primary Sept. 11 for Town Supervisor; State Law Mandates Notification for Pesticides on School Grounds; Terrorists Destroy Twin Towers; Community Members Upset Over BOE's Site Plan Approval; New Administrators Appointed at Port Washington Schools; Port Schools Act Swiftly to Help Children Cope With Tragedy; PW Fire and Police Department Response; The Best in Human Nature Responds to the Worst in It-The Port Family Grieves, Unites, Copes and Shines; Suspected Bigotry in Vandalism at Diwan and Dunkin Donuts; Area Clergy Helps Port Unite in Grief, Healing and Hope-Interdenominational Service Held; Board Approves Schreiber Design Plan; Port Washington Schools Open With 4,543-Enrollment Slightly Below Projections, But Still 119 Additional Students; Local Police and Firefighters Volunteer Their Services to WTC Efforts; North Hempstead to Hold Townwide Tribute; School Board Approves New Educational Components.
Board Adopts 'In God We Trust' Plaques for Display in Schools; Independent Auditors Give School District a Good Financial Report; A Time to Heal, as 'Truth Goes Marching On'; Suozzi Primary Victory-He Said He Could Do It and He Did; Conetta to Replace Yorio as Garbage District Commissioner; Keegan Seeks District Court Seat; Port Washington Educational Foundation Steering Committee Sets Mission and Policies; General Council Initiative Targets Enhanced Safety Throughout Port; In Memoriam-Port Residents Who Perished in WTC Tragedy; Balboni to Open Manhasset Office for Victims of WTC Terrorist Attack; Town Clerk's Office Mounts Archives Week Exhibit; Susan Isaacs Kicks Off Tour for Book Long Time No See; PYA Inducts Three Local Legends Into Hall of Fame (Kathy Gallagher Doughty, Guy Crawford, Ames D. Ressa); In the Wake of the Sept. 11 Attacks, Sadness and Change in PW; Port BID to Add Charm Along Main Street; Pride in Port Star Spangled Weekend Coming Up; PW Children's Center to Honor Claudia Rouhana; Residential and Commercial Property Reassessment on Schedule; Nassau County Comptroller Candidates (Parola/Weitzman); Sands Point Garden Club Receives Award from HKNC-Bev Luntey Remembered; Is Port Prepared for Biochemical Terrorism-Anthrax Scare Locks Down Weber School for Short Time; 11th District Legislature Candidates (Johnson/Devine); Buy a Pin, Help Our Country; North Hempstead to See Tax Increase (5.94 Percent); Town Council Candidates in North Hempstead (O'Connor/Galluscio/Wink/Pollack; PYA Opens Football Season at Newly Renovated Lions Field.
Nassau County Executive Candidates (Bent/Suozzi); A Star Spangled Pride in Port; Fundraiser for WTC-Girls JC Team Makes It; TONH Supervisor Candidates (Ferrara/Newburger); Police Budget Up 8.4 Percent-With $600,000 Taken From Fund Balance, Increase 4.6 Percent; Local Economist (Irwin Kellner) Speaks to Rotary; PYA Honors Harvey Cohen at Its Field of Dreams; An Analysis of Port Washington's 4th/8th Grade Statewide Test Results; St. Peter of Alcantara Celebrates 100th Anniversary; G'Heim School Donates $2700 to Red Cross; TONH Harbor Links Receives Audubon Signature Certification; Sallie Named Assistant Superintendent at Port Washington Schools; Excavator Rescued on Mill Pond; PIP 2001's Grand Marshal- Littig House; Baxter Estates Approves One-Lot Library Parking Plan; Suozzi's Journey Ends in Victory; Port Mourns Loss of Timo Santala in American Flight 587 Tragedy- Town Deeply Saddened by Loss of Quintessential Soccer Dad; Zebroski Sisters Are NYS Tennis Champions; Dr. Inserra Tenders Resignation; Redistricting Tensions Begin; Memorial Garden Created for Justin Bakst; Manhasset Bay, PW, Part of Permanent Collection in Aviation Museum; Veterans Day Observance-A Time to Remember; Psychologist Addresses New Challenges for Parents Re:Terrorism; Emma Fraser Pendelton named Asst. Superintendent at PW Schools; Schreiber Student Council Donates $5,000 to WTC Victim's Family; George LeSauvage, Business Exec. Community Leader, Dies at 84; PW Fire Dept. Archives at Town Hall; Library Celebrates Renovation/Expansion; Menorah Lighting Ceremony Dedicated to Victims of WTC; Supervisor May Newburger Looks to the Future; Suozzi Unveils Transition Team; Fire Fighting in North Hempstead; Landmark Gala 2001 Features Performance by Karen Mason; Luntey Steps Down as Sands Point Village Trustee; Silbert to Replace Him.
Uncontested Annual Police District Elections This Year/ Port Washington Children's Center's 24th Auction Continues to Be a Winner/ Nassau Legislature Passes 2002 Budget/ Hero of the Fighting 69th/ Larry Aranson to Head OTB/ Redistricting Debate Continues/ How Port Voted in November Election/ Entrepreneurs Develop Winning Game/ Santa Attends Annual Tree Lighting/ Chanukah Celebrated at LI Rail Road Station/ A Superstar Returns to Port Washington-Port Pays Tribute to Perry Como/ Nassau Has Approved Budget-Residents to See 9.1 Percent Tax Increase/ Flower Hill Honors Trustee Frankel/ Fire Fighting in North Hempstead/ Suozzi Taps North Hempstead's Gianelli/ Vandalism Dims Holiday/ Howard Weitzman: Raring to Go/ Draft Statement on 41-Acre Senior Housing Proposal/ Long Island Alzheimer's Foundation Honors Janet and Stephen Walsh/ Major Events Planned to Mark Synagogue's 50th Year/ To Prepare for Bioterrorism: Imagine the Unimaginable/ PW Schools to Hold Community Forums on Redistricting.