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May 1, 1998

  • NEWS: 25th Anniversary of Sapienza Pastry & Bake Shop

    It was May of 1973 when the Sappienza family opened their retail pastry shop at 1376 Hempstead Turnpike in Elmont. It was here that Paul Sapienza developed his extensive line of authentic handmade Italian pastries. From the classic cannoli to sfogliatelli, from creamy napoleons to eclairs and cream puffs, from biscotti to pastacotti, you could practically taste them just by walking into the bakery. FULL STORY

  • NEWS: Local Items Survive Pataki Veto Pen

    While a number of local legislators are still smarting from Governor George Pataki's decision to eliminate several "member items" from this year's budget, Assemblyman Tom Alfano isn't among them. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Knights of Columbus Bowling

    For the Floral Park Knights of Columbus Keglers, the end of an outstanding season may be looming in the offing but there is no evidence of an end to the pin-punishing exploits of the local lads, as they continue to clobber the wood in unprecedented fashion. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: West Hempstead Little League

    Ed Colasuono's Athletics (McKeon Electric) defeated Don King's Phillies (Roslyn Savings Bank) 6-2. For the A's, Michael Colasuono tripled and earned the victory on the mound while Jimmy Conto added a triple, Michael Englander stole three bases and Robert Hockenjos did a fine job behind the plate. For the Phillies, Jimmy Daly struck out 16 batters, catcher Reagan King singled and Ryan Skoulatos played well in the field. FULL STORY

  • OPINION: Promoting Nassau Through Sports Will Take Time, Patience, and Effort

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