Consumers Warned On Identity Theft
At a breakfast meeting in the Fish-Kebab restaurant Tuesday, March 9, Deputy Commissioner of the Nassau County Department of Consumer Affairs James W. Reed briefed the Port Washington Chamber of Commerce on the fastest growing crime in the United States, identity theft. Reed highlighted some of the more common methods used in identity theft and offered several ways to prevent it.
School Budget Down $3.1 Million From Original Proposal
In response to pressure from the community outcry against rising taxes, the board of education has worked hard to cut spending wherever possible. According to Finance Committee Chair and School Board member Rob Seiden, the board and administration has not only cut to the bone, "we've cut into the bone," he said adamantly. "It's a most difficult year."
On The Bay
The weather report for Sunday, April 4 was for overcast skies and very high winds. Fortunately for the frostbiters, the rain and high winds held off until evening, when all the skippers and crews were back on land, and the boats safely put away. Eight boats were on the starting line and seven races plus a crew race were completed in winds out of the NNE at about 8 -1 3 knots.
Putting an Extra 'Punch' Into P.E.
"Jab, cross, hook, upper cut," it sounds like boxing, it looks like boxing, but it's a p.e. class at Schreiber High School. When you mix together, boxing, marital arts and a p.e. class working on developing strength and fitness you get Schreiber's newest p.e. class, "Kickboxing."
Letter: Vote No On the Library Budget
Letter: Paul D. Schreiber Makes an Elite List of High Schools