Entertaining and Educational Art for Kids
Westbury author Richard Panchyk makes folk art fun and informative in his new book, American Folk Art for Kids: With 21 Activities. According to Panchyk, "I've always been fascinated with art and also fascinated with history, and this book is a way to combine the two."
Levinson Announces Re-assessment of Four Dwellings
In July, 1984, 6-month old Jamie Fatina Lee moved with her 6-year-old brother, mother and father into a one bedroom apartment on Brush Hollow Road in Westbury. Because the electricity in the apartment had not been turned on by LILCO, the family prepared their meals on a backyard grill. Two nights later, Jamie Lee died in a fire that gutted the Brush Hollow residence, displacing at least three families that lived there, as reported by The Westbury Times, an Anton Community Newspaper publication.
Brian Powers Wins Diamond Award
W. Tresper Clarke High School in the East Meadow Union Free School District is pleased to announce that Brian Powers, pitcher for the Clarke Rams and a member of the Class of 2004, won the Nassau County Diamond Award as best pitcher in Nassau County.
Defending His Decision
State Must Weigh and Balance Decisions to Audit