New Cassel Environmental Justice Project Forges Ahead
The New Cassel Environmental Justice Project (NCEJP), the grassroots organization initiated in 1995, is forging ahead in its efforts to educate the public about environmental hazards in the community, thanks to a recently announced $10,000 grant.
Radar Enforcement Beefed Up on Salisbury Park Drive
Residents traveling on Salisbury Park Drive may find themselves easing up on the gas pedal, as they notice the recently increased radar enforcement of the road's 30 mile-per-hour speed limit.
Lady Frogs Record Breaker
Eighth grader Lauren Groom, coached by Michele Cochrane and Don Laux, broke the single season scoring record for the Carle Place Women's Varsity Basketball team during the Frogs 2000-2001 campaign. Her 394 points in 20 games, eclipses the old mark of 317 points in 24 games set by Crista Leahy during the 1990-1991 season, in which the Lady Frogs won the first of two consecutive Long Island Class "C" Championships, then coached by Bob Kiernan.
Karate School Commends Local Students
Charles Water's Karate and Fitness School in Williston Park recently commended some local students who are learning martial arts.
Kudos to Our Girl Scouts
O'Connell: State Assembly and Senate Must Comprise on Infertility Legislation