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May 21, 1999

  • NEWS: Celebrating Our Aviation Heritage Thanks to the Restoration Efforts of Resident

    To find Joe Heaney of Hempstead in the midst of retirement means you will have to join him amidst the clatter and noise of what appears to be Long Island's last aircraft factory. But with Grumman and Republic no longer building bombers and fighters, John is actually a hard working volunteer at the Cradle of Aviation Museum in Garden City where he is putting his extensive aviation skills to work restoring priceless aerospace artifacts for future public view. FULL STORY

  • NEWS: Carey's Clipper and Riptide Earn Accolades

    The Carey Clipper and the Carey Riptide won three prominent awards at the Newsday School Journalism Awards held recently at Newsday's headquarters in Melville. The reporters who went to receive the awards included Rishi Trivedi, Rob Skarda and Tatiana Porcelli, as well as Brian Merges, the advisor to the newspapers. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Carey Sports Shorts

    The Carey Varsity baseball team overcame a late deficit and rallied for 14-9 win over Friend's Academy on May 4. Mike Bongiorno and Joe Cuoccio led the bat attack with 2 RBIs each, but it was Brian Magone's bases-loaded triple and 3 RBIs that proved to be the difference in an exciting league crossover game. Gary Novello earned the win in relief, striking out 6 in the final 4 innings. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Carey Recognizes Junior High Athletes

    This year's sixth annual Carey Junior High Sports Awards Night, an evening designed to show tribute to the school's seventh and eighth grade athletes, was held recently in the auditorium. Its overwhelming success is due to the organization and involvement of Carey's fine Athletic Director, Ed Quinlan. FULL STORY

  • OPINION: Woman's Club of Franklin Square Notes

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