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January 29, 1999

  • NEWS: Geraci: 'The Fix Is Simple'

    Oyster Bay Cove Mayor Michael Peragine's demand that Syosset Fire District Commissioner Peter J. Morley resign from his paid position of district secretary gained exponential support last Monday evening, January 25, when fellow commissioner Ronald Geraci, to the disdain of the four other board trustees, publicly beseeched Morley to step down as secretary. FULL STORY

  • NEWS: A Ragtime to Riches Story

    Firmly and parentally clutching his tiny daughter's hand, Latvian immigrant Tatau arrives at Ellis Island believing he has reached a land where anyone can achieve prosperity. It is his fatherly mission to offer the diminutive, emaciated ragamuffin that is his little girl a better life in America. Having spent many-a-dangerous night sailing the lonely Atlantic on a flimsy raft, Tatau can barely contain himself when he arrives in New York, singing about his chance at Success, as the song in Ragtime, Broadway's epic turn-of-the-century musical, is appropriately titled. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Jericho 4th Grade Boys Basketball

    The only thing more exciting this Sunday than the Jets beating the Jaguars was the contest between Sheft Kahn & Company LLP and Sam Ash Corporation. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Run Funds Assist Family of Ill Officer

    The entire net proceeds of the Greater Long Island Running Club's annual Long Island Police Appreciation Run are turned over to a special fund that is dedicated to helping local police officers and their families in times of emergency. Thanks to the support of Syosset-based run sponsor David Lerner Associates and of all of the runners and walkers who have participated in the run each June, the club has been able to provide support to the families of many Long Island police officers and their families in time of need. FULL STORY

  • OPINION: Chief Favata: District Provides Best Service Per Dollar
  • OPINION: Over 60

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