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November 26, 2004

  • News: CPHS to Compete Against Jericho in Round One of LI Challenge

    A team of four contestants and one alternate from Carle Place High School challenged Jericho High School in the first round of the eighth annual Long Island Challenge on Sunday, Nov. 21. The competition, moderated by popular News 12 Anchor Scott Feldman, will be shown exclusively on News 12 Long Island at 6:30 and 9:30 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 27. FULL STORY

  • News: Dillon Announces Sentencing of New Cassel Man

    Nassau County District Attorney Denis Dillon announced that Elwin Alcantara, 20, the New Cassel man who raped a college student in 2001 and then, in 2003, was caught having sex with a 13-year-old girl, was sentenced to nine years in prison and five-years-post-release supervision by Nassau County Court Judge Jerald Carter. FULL STORY

  • Sports: Bristal Golf Outing Raises $50,000 to Benefit FANS

    When Nassau County senior citizens need meals prepared for them on the weekends, they can turn to Friends Assisting Nassau Seniors (FANS) for help. Among the many programs that FANS makes possible is extending Nassau County's successful Meals on Wheels programs to the weekends. The recent Bristal Assisted Living Golf Outing, which took place at the Woodmere Country Club, raised $50,000 for FANS. Pictured are Ellen Antonucci, director of marketing for Bristal Assisted Living; Steven Krieger, principal of The Bristal Assisted Living and president of FANS; Ralph Caruso, deputy commissioner of Nassau County Department of Senior Citizen's Affairs; Maryellen McKeon, director of operations for The Bristal Assisted Living; Carole Proce, director of quality assurance for The Bristal Assisted Living; Patricia Kiley, executive director of The Bristal Assisted Living at North Woodmere; and Nick Materdomini, executive director of The Bristal Assisted Living at Westbury. FULL STORY

  • Sports: Chiefs Finish Season 6-1-1

    The Mineola Chiefs 7-year-old team, coached by Doric Capsis, Tim O'Connell, Andrew Cunningham, Anthony Preston and Willie Castro finished the 2004 season with a record of 6-1-1. All the boys played and participated in every game throughout the season and all showed great character and sportsmanship. FULL STORY

  • Opinion: From the Desk of Congresswoman Carolyn McCarthy
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