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May 04, 2001

  • NEWS: Reassessment: The Talk of Westbury

    The Central Westbury Civic Association (CWCA) last week hosted a presentation on the reassessment of Nassau County's residential properties, which is currently under way. The program was featured at the CWCA's April 24 membership meeting at the Westbury Community Center on Post Avenue. FULL STORY

  • NEWS: Westbury Man Accused of Defrauding Elderly Woman

    Nassau County District Attorney Denis Dillon announced last week that a Westbury man is being charged with Grand Larceny for defrauding a woman into investing in a bogus electric bed business. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Karate Students Keep Goals in Focus

    Children attending the Young Children's Program at Charles Water's Karate & Fitness, located in Williston Park, received promotions this month. The young children's program is one of four beginner classes at the school. "Charles Water's program instills the values that we all want for our children. These students learn age appropriate self-defense, hand, eye and foot coordination as well as the ability to focus and listen. These are all life-long lasting qualities that build the foundation for success. These children are given the tools to be on a quest to be their best," stated a representative for the school. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Little League Celebrates Opening Day

    Central Nassau Little League celebrated their 50th Anniversary on Saturday, April 21, with the traditional Opening Day Parade and complete slate of games. Some of the highlights included Victor Rossi of the AA Boys Forest Limousine Team hurling three shutout innings (striking out five batters while walking none) in a thrilling game. While leaving early for his sister's communion party, Victor still received a game ball for his efforts in a losing cause. The girls Farm Division saw a furious last inning rally by Lisa Sheehan's Tile King squad scoring five runs to finish in 6-6 tie. Catcher, 7-year-old Nicole Hertzberg, set a new record by thanking the umpire each and every time she was handed the ball. Talk about good manners! Nicole Sheehan chipped in with a big hit and two RBIs. It was a great day for baseball for children of all ages. FULL STORY

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