Ganz Sentenced for DWI Quadruple Fatality
Nassau County District Attorney Kathleen Rice announced that Gerrard Ganz, of Syosset, was sentenced to a term of incarceration of one and one-third years to four years for his involvement in the September 2004 crash that caused the deaths of four teens. Ganz' vehicle collided head-on with a car occupied by the victims on Old Country Road in Westbury, sending the vehicle into a pole and igniting it in flames.
Syosset Intel Finalist Is Headed to Washington
Syosset High School senior Diane Choi has been named a finalist in the 2006 Intel Science Talent Search. As a Finalist, she is awarded a $5,000 college scholarship and will go on to compete further. The top scholarship prize to be awarded will be $100,000.
Ice Devils Heat Up ICELAND On Their Way to the Empire Games
With the United States Figure Skating Association's (USFSA) National Skating Month campaign just coming to an end and the excitement of the Olympics Winter Games just around the corner, ICELAND skating rink - a Long Island landmark for ice sports and recreation - keeps the enthusiasm burning with a series of exhibitions staged by the talented coaches and figure skaters of its resident training school, the Peter Burrows Skating Center.
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