Farmingdale Observer Floral Park Dispatch Garden City Life Glen Cove Record Pilot Great Neck Record Hicksville Illustrated News Levittown Tribune Manhasset Press Massapequan Observer Mineola American New Hyde Park Illustrated News Oyster Bay Enterprise Pilot Plainview Herald Port Washington News Roslyn News Syosset Jericho Tribune Three Village Times Westbury Times Boulevard Magazine Features Calendar Search Add An Event Classified Contacting Anton News
News Sports Opinion Obituaries Contents
July 10, 1998

  • NEWS: Expectations Mixed As Goodwill Games Approach

    With just days to go before they debut in Nassau County, New York City and Staten Island, expectations for a Goodwill Games-inspired boom here have been significantly diminished due to miscues between the major entities involved in bringing them off and the growing realization that the number of spectators at the events will be significantly less than what was once hoped for. FULL STORY

  • NEWS: Carey's Junior Prom a 'Smashing' Success

    The gala event of the year for every junior, or at least the one that we all look forward to, is the Junior Banquet, and not just because it's symbolic of the end of the school year. This is a night of no curfews, dressing up, and all-out fun with your friends. The night at Tivoli Terrace in Westbury began for all 120 attending juniors with a greeting line comprised of Carey's finest teachers and administrators, including Lorraine Wright, Diane Ondris (advisor to the Class of 1999), Jeryl Inglima and Brian Merges. The chaperones also included Fran Gillespie and Ody Svolos. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Coliseum Plan on Thin Ice?

    Six months after completing the $195 million purchase of the New York Islanders ¬ and announcing that they'd need a new facility for the team to play in to make their investment profitable ¬ sources say the principals of New York Sports Ventures are now frustrated by the slowness of negotiations with the county pertaining to that development plan. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: WSF Honors Sewanhaka Team

    Sewanhaka junior basketball player Diane Seage won a team grant of $2,500 for her outstanding essay on the topic "We're Going to Win You Over." According to Diane, "To be a winner, you'll need to give it all you have. The Sewanhaka girl's varsity basketball team doesn't live in a rich neighborhood and can't afford to play in fancy gymnasiums, but we do have the one thing that matters, heart. This has rallied so many fans for us and hopefully we'll raise the roof for all girl's sports in the community, now and in the future. FULL STORY

  • OPINION: Around the Town
  • OPINION: From the Desk of State Senator Michael Balboni

| home |
Copyright ©1998 Anton Community Newspapers, Inc.
All Rights Reserved.
LinkExchange Member