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November 27, 1997

  • NEWS: Teachers' Contract Talks Stirring Passions

    Against the backdrop of the Rushmore Elementary School being honored as a national school of excellence, tensions continue to escalate in the Carle Place School District's ongoing negotiations with its teachers' union.

  • NEWS: North Hempstead Dems Mull Future

    In the wake of the staggering defeat of Oyster Bay Town Supervisor Lewis J. Yevoli in this year's county executive race and in light of Republican victories in the local town board and town clerk races, North Hempstead's Democratic leadership will meet twice this coming weekend in their first attempt to regroup and develop a strategy for 1999.

  • NEWS: Public Backing Cheers Harry the Mailman

    Harry Waldman, known to one and all as "Harry the Mailman," was back on his route last week, thanks in large part to the many local residents who asked that he be reinstated after being terminated by the postmaster in September.

  • NEWS: Radio May Guide Shoppers to Fortunoff

    First, he conquered the world of retailing. Then he spearheaded the development of The Source Mall in Westbury. Now, pending FCC approval, Alan Fortunoff may well be entering the territory of Don Imus, Scott Muni, and Dave Herman.

  • SPORTS: Breeder's Cup Has Local Flavor

    While there were a good many ways one could view the Breeder's Cup championships, run November 8 at Hollywood Park in California, inescapable was the impression left by a number of locals who figured significantly in the outcomes at the prestigious event.

  • SPORTS: Cross Country - An Unheralded Sport

    Stop people on the street and ask them about the sport of cross country and they probably have never witnessed a race, and for some, probably are not even knowledgeable about the sport itself. If you're a middle or high school athlete looking for high visibility,as well as recognition from your peers, you probably shouldn't choose to run cross country. This is a sport that demands hard work, endurance, perseverance and commitment. This is not a sport for those that need to hear the crowd cheer in order to become motivated to reach new heights. This is a sport that builds character.

  • SPORTS: Winter Racing Warmed by Derby Thoughts

    With the Breeder's Cup now past, a large percentage of thoroughbred fans - certainly those who are more casual in their affection for racing - have already begun to turn their attention to next year's bid for the Triple Crown.

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