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April 9, 1999

  • NEWS: Sting Operation Nabs Baby Seller

    The Nassau County District Attorney's Office recently announced the arrest of a lawyer from Queens for attempting to sell a baby that he claimed belonged to a client. Tamas Kovacs, 37, of Glen Oaks is accused of reaching out to couples through the Internet on adoption web sites and offering a baby for adoption. He as arrested last week at the Garden City Hotel when he agreed to give the baby to a couple in return for an under the table $60,000 payment. FULL STORY

  • NEWS: NYC School Teachers Caught Selling Drugs Locally

    Nassau County District Attorney Denis Dillon has announced that a New York City school teacher has admitted selling drugs to an undercover detective assigned to the District Attorney's Squad. The defendant, age 52, pleaded guilty to one count of Criminal Sale of a Controlled Substance in the Third Degree before County Court Judge Frank Gulotta. It was alleged that on three separate occasions, the defendant sold cocaine for between $400 and $500. The sales took place at the Mineola railroad station and across from the Belmont racetrack in Elmont. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: New Players Welcome at Old Bethpage Village's Old Time Baseball

    For the truly unique experience of playing baseball as it was played long ago - on real grass - for the love of the game - join the Old Bethpage Village Restoration's Old Time Baseball program. The program recreates baseball (it was two words back then) asd it was played in the 19th century, and new players are welcome. FULL STORY

  • OPINION: Around the Town

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