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September 25, 1998

  • NEWS: Balboni Readies Himself for Re-election

    While he currently resides in the Village of Mineola with his wife Stephanie and their children Olivia, Nicholas and Julia, Michael A. L. Balboni was raised in the Village of Garden City. Born May 12, 1959, Balboni spent his formative years playing in the Village's parks, attending the Garden City Public Schools until his graduation from Garden City High School in 1977, and later studying at Adelphi University, graduating in 1981. When his political career brought him to the New York State Assembly, he represented his new hometown of Mineola and the Village of his childhood, and the community in which his family still resides, Garden City. He served Garden City in the Assembly until the death of State Senator Michael Tully of the Seventh State Senatorial District left an unexpected seat open right before the fall elections. FULL STORY

  • NEWS: Skip Away Undoubtedly a Horse for the Ages

    Skip Away, the majestic gray five-year-old who draws near-capacity crowds wherever he races, inspired nothing but delighted cheers Saturday afternoon as he bested some of the finest thoroughbreds in the world to win the 45th Woodward Stakes at Belmont Park in Elmont. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Nine Hole Course Now Open At Town Golf Complex

    The newest addition to the smash hit Town of North Hempstead golf complex is the outstanding nine-hole Executive Course, which opened for business this week. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Town Triathlon Is a Record Breaker

    Set against the backdrop of a beautiful, late summer day, the 1998 Town of Hempstead Triathlon proved to be a record breaker, with the men's winner and overall champion Richard Gregory of Floral Park completing the race with the fastest winning time in the event's 15 year history and women's winner Meredith La Rossa of West Hempstead nearly besting the women's mark. Supervisor Rich Guardino, the official race starter, saluted all 167 finishers for, "their inspiring combination of athletic skill and competitive spirit." FULL STORY

  • OPINION: Around The Town
  • OPINION: From the Desk of Carolyn McCarthy

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