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November 8, 2002

  • News: Republicans Seek Immediate Vote on Council District Proposal

    Last week, North Hempstead Republicans filed a petition with the town clerk to hold a town-wide referendum on the creation of a council district system. The petition, which includes 3,895 signatures, is pursuant to Section 81 of the New York State Town Law requiring a referendum be held within the next 60 to 75 days, bringing the referendum before voters between the end of December 2002 and the second week of January 2003. FULL STORY

  • News: From the PWPD

    The Port Washington Police District Detective Division, in conjunction with the Nassau County Special Victim's Squad, has fully investigated an alleged rape that was reported to have occurred in the area of the Port Washington Weber Junior High School on Oct. 1. After a complete and thorough investigation, it has been determined that the alleged incident never occurred. FULL STORY

  • Sports: On The Bay

    The Manhasset Bay Sailing Foundation and Schreiber High School have teamed up to offer sailing classes to high school students. About 40 students have enrolled in a two-part pilot program to learn the fundamentals of sailing. The first session was held this fall and included two outings on Ideal 18's, plus six classroom sessions. The first class was a demonstration on how to rig a Blue Jay with spinnaker with subsequent classes viewing sailing videos, plus classroom instruction. Next spring, more time on the water is planned for these new sailors. FULL STORY

  • Sports: PYA Manhasset PAL Junior Football

    In the PYA/PAL Junior Football League, on Sunday, Oct. 27 the first game between Oklahoma in Red, sponsored by Manhasset Community Chest and Penn State in White, sponsored by Port Washington Tennis Academy ended in a scoreless tie. For the Red, Cody White, Frank Morelli, Ben Gonzalez who recovered a fumble, Colin Sauvigne, Craig Medwick, and Ethan Sander played well. For the White, Jason DeSimone made a number of fine runs, Tony Froccaro gained yardage on quarterback sneaks, Jonathan Keren, Dan Marici, Matt Mauser and Blaise Stoddard played well. FULL STORY

  • Opinion: Supports Use of Alternate Fire Siren
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