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May 7, 1999

  • NEWS: Belmont Stakes is Back at Belmont Park Racetrack

    The Belmont Stakes Fair has returned to Belmont Park Racetrack in Elmont. This year's fair is bigger and better than ever and includes more than 100 spectacular rides, games and free attractions for families to enjoy. The Fair gives families a chance to celebrate spring from Thursday, May 6 to Sunday, May 9. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: EMHS Honors All-Conference, All-County, and All-Division Basketball Stars

    Coach Gregg Petrocelli has proudly announced that Nassau County has honored three varsity women's basketball players. Senior Hope Johnson received All-County recognition. The team's captain was the Lady Spartans' leading scorer averaging 20 points and 10 rebounds a game. Coach Petrocelli added that Hope was the team's leading all around player. Faith Johnson was the recipient of All-Conference honors. As the team's other captain, she averaged 10 points and 12 rebounds a game. Shaketa McKoy was honored with All-Division recognition for her 8 points and 7 rebounds a game. Petrocelli stated, "Shaketa was the best defender on the team with 4 steals a game." FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: 5th Annual Geraldine Snipas Golf Tournament

    Geraldine Snipas was a physics teacher who taught at Elmont Memorial High School for 12 years. She was the consummate professional. She loved her students and her profession. She was a dedicated teacher who approached her classes with the same enthusiasm and energy of a brand new teacher. Her love for Elmont Memorial High School was evident in all she did, whether it was taking pictures of our students and teachers of the month, her involvement in the Science Fair, or her positive approach in her classroom. She was loved and respected by students, faculty, and parents alike. FULL STORY

  • OPINION: South Nassau Communities Hospital to Provide Meals on Wheels

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