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July 3, 1998

  • NEWS: Brooks to Challenge Balboni in 7th SD

    Jon Schuyler Brooks of Manhasset has accepted the nomination of the Democratic Party as its candidate for New York State Senate in the 7th Senate District against Senator Michael J. Balboni. Mr. Brooks, born, raised and educated in the district, was nominated by North Hempstead Councilwoman Doreen Banks, and was endorsed by North Hempstead Supervisor May Newburger, Assemblyman Thomas DiNapoli, and former Assemblyman Angelo Orazio. The seat is currently held by Republican Michael Balboni, who was appointed to the office upon the death of State Senator Michael J. Tully in August, 1997. Mr. Balboni then ran for the seat and defeated Democrat Doreen Banks in November. That race was for the remaining year of Senator Tully's term. The 1998 election will be for a full term. FULL STORY

  • NEWS: Fire Companies Battle House Fires

    Summer is here and with it are the increased chances of fires breaking out on dry land or on commercial or residential properties. Last week, the Roslyn fire companies battled not one, but two house fires in our area, both of them on the same day. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Go to Bat for Breast Cancer' Charity Softball Game

    The first annual "Go To Bat For Breast Cancer" sponsored by the Roslyn Little League was held on June 14. The event, originally scheduled for two full days was held on Sunday only due to inclement weather. Spirits were high though because children and adults alike participated to help a cause that hits home. With the incidence of breast cancer so high on Long Island, the awareness created by the event will undoubtedly prove to be beneficial. All of the proceeds from the event went to the Babe Zaharias Memorial Tournaments, a division of the American Cancer Society-Long Island Division. FULL STORY

  • OPINION: Keeping Our Children Safe

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