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December 25, 1998

  • NEWS: Little People's Academy to Open in East Williston

    The Church of the Nativity in East Williston is working on the final touches to prepare Nativity's Little People's Academy to open in January, 1999. Nativity is installing a new drop ceiling, carpeting, fresh paint and decorations to the area planned for the school. Almost the entire congregation is participating in making this school a reality. FULL STORY

  • NEWS: Courts Reject LCS Appeal

    In another round of legal procedures that never seem to end, a New York State Supreme Court Judge recently rejected an appeal by LCS Realty to overturn a Roslyn Village Site Review Board decision. That decision, which was rendered May 5, denied LCS's most recent plan to build an 86,000 sq. ft. supermarket in downtown Roslyn. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Maccabi Games Tryouts

    The Sid Jacobson JCC, 300 Forest Drive, East Hills, is looking for Jewish teen athletes to compete in the 1999 Maccabi Games to be held in Cherry Hill, NJ, Aug. 15-20. This Olympic-style event is the largest athletic program for Jewish teenagers in the world. Six teams from the JCC comprised of 80 area participants competed in last year's exciting games. In all, the JCC was represented in boys and girls basketball and soccer, girls softball and boy sbaseball. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: RADA "Fowl Shoot" a Success

    On Friday, Nov. 13, the Roslyn Alliance Against Drug and Alcohol Abuse (RADA) held its third annual "Fowl Shoot." Everyone who participated had a ball and went home with a special treat. The following are the "Fowl Shoot" all-stars. FULL STORY

  • OPINION: Helpful News, Harmful News

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