March 2, 2007

  • News: TONH Holds Public Hearing on Proposed Bradley Hotel

    On the evening of Feb. 19, the agenda for the Town of North Hempstead Board meeting included a public hearing to consider the application for a change of zone from Residence C (R-C) to Business (B-B) on the site of the proposed Bradley Hotel on lower Main Street. The portion of the property in question is an approximately 8,300-square-foot strip at the rear of the lot. The strip abuts a residential community on Jackson and Covert Streets. The re-zoning is a first step in the approval process, which will subsequently require a height variance (as described below) and a site plan review. FULL STORY

  • News: Utilities on the Peninsula: Update

    The delivery of electric, telephone, Internet and entertainment services are crucial to our quality of life. The Port News inquired into recent developments in these areas as they affect the Port Washington peninsula. FULL STORY

  • Sports: Weber Girls Cross Country Team is Undefeated

    Congratulations to Weber's girls cross country team for their outstanding season. They ended up with an undefeated season. The team produced 27 wins, no ties, and no loses. For Erica Carris, Weronika Gill, Alyssa Kurtz, and Sam Milhaven, it was their second undefeated season. The other members of the team were Megan Gaddis, Lizzy Platz, Amy Rimmer, and Kyra Schor. Kyra was number two runner on the team, but had to leave when breaking her foot. FULL STORY

  • Sports: On the Bay

    The Nautical Center of the Port Washington Public Library has an exhibit called Port's Nautical History: Yacht Clubs Role in the Community. Artifacts and memorabilia from the five yacht clubs that dot Manhasset Bay (Knickerbocker YC, Manhasset Bay YC, Mill Pond Model YC, North Shore YC and Port Washington YC) tell a story of how each club, with their unique history, has contributed to Port's nautical history. Because of the interest this exhibit has generated, the library, thanks to the generosity of all the clubs, has extended the exhibit through the month of March. Readers may want to wander over to the library to enjoy Port's sailing past as well as see some activities that are very much a part of today's sailing community. For more information about the library, please see www.pwpl.org. FULL STORY

  • Opinion: Please Respect Flag
  • Opinion: BID Strongly Supports the Bradley Hotel

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