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July 10, 1998

  • NEWS: Westbury Business Improvement District

    Since it was formally established five years ago, in the spring of 1993, the Westbury Business Improvement District has claimed a number of successes, ranging from bringing new mom and pop retailers into town, to creating a sense of excitement on Post Avenue by sponsoring events like the Circus with a Purpose and an annual Thanksgiving window painting contest. FULL STORY

  • NEWS: New Carle Place Station Still in the Works

    A new Carle Place train station, very much a part of the proposed development of the Nassau Hub into a 21st Century suburban center, is still very much alive, according to a prime mover behind the project. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Carle Place Boys Excel at Massapequa Tournament

    For most youngsters in Carle Place spring means baseball and the approaching end of school. But for a dedicated group of 13 young boys, ages 10 and 11, it also means preparing to play in the Massapequa Intramural Soccer Tournament held in early June. These boys not only played two or three baseball games a week, practiced for school concerts, and studied for year end tests, but they could also be seen on the Rushmore fields early every Saturday morning honing their soccer skills. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Coliseum Plan on Thin Ice?

    Six months after completing the $195 million purchase of the New York Islanders ¬ and announcing that they'd need a new facility for the team to play in to make their investment profitable ¬ sources say the principals of New York Sports Ventures are now frustrated by the slowness of negotiations with the county pertaining to that development plan. FULL STORY

  • OPINION: The Point Is Not To Point Fingers

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