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May 7, 1999

  • NEWS: Returning to the Miracle

    In October of 1969, the Mets accomplished a feat that most baseball fans, including New York's own, considered impossible. Incredulous crowds, filling up Shea Stadium, watched a powerful young pitching staff, strategically-acquired veteran position players, and several homegrown favorites surge past the Cubs, romp the Braves and conquer the Orioles to attain one of the most improbable World Series victories in history. FULL STORY

  • NEWS: Unit Citation for Jericho Fire Department

    On an annual basis, the fire commission awards both individual firefighters, special firefighting teams and entire departments for acts requiring courage, skill and teamwork. During last summer's delicate operation, all of these criteria were prominently displayed. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Syosset Teacher Makes Grade in LI Marathon

    The Long Island Half Marathon is the third leg of the 21-race KeySpan Energy Grand Prix of Long Distance Running, which includes virtually every major race on Long Island, concluding with Rob's Run in Stillwell Woods Town Park in Syosset on Nov. 28. The Grand Prix is sponsored by KeySpan Energy and conducted under the auspices of Long Island Track & Field, Inc. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Syosset Little League Baseball

    Jonathan Wolf's single in the bottom of the fifth inning broke a 2-2 tie to give Center Hardware the lead for good in a tightly-played game against Syosset Exxon. Wolf's hit followed singles by Robert Cortese and Ryan Tancer. Josh Vanderborg pitched shutout ball over the final two innings to secure the victory and a tie for first place in the extremely competitive Major League Division. In the fourth inning, Vanderborg drove in Jason Marchwinski and Jake Ross with Center Hardware's first two runs with a two-out single. Paul Golluscio and Jeffrey Auerbach had key hits for Syosset Exxon. FULL STORY

  • OPINION: Over 60

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