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Twin Towers Fragment May Be Part Of Permanent Memorial

Associated Press Writer

The skeletal fragment of the World Trade Center More...

Caribbean Educators Fill District 18 Teacher Vacancies

At the start of 2001-2002 school year, Community School District 18 held a welcoming reception for more than 60 new teachers who are filling positions in the district More...

Wyckoff’s Apple/Autumn Festival: A Treat For The Whole Family

Young and old alike had an opportunity to enjoy an Autumn Festival for the whole family at the Wyckoff House Museum on Ralph Avenue and Clarenden Road on the weekend of September 22nd and 23rd. More...

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Breukelen Tenants Remember

While some memorial ceremonies commemorating the deaths of the victims of the World Trade Center attack drew virtually thousands of people to gatherings at stadiums and theaters, there were small - but no less significant - ceremonies to mark the tra More...

Seniors & Youngsters

Share A Patriotic Moment More...

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Film Of Stephen King Tale Is "Beautiful And Poignant"

By Christy LeMire More...

Jay Black & Americans

At Westbury This Weekend More...

Country Singers Headline Music Fair This Sunday

Collin Raye, the man with the most muscular tenor in country music and Patty Loveless put on shows that are electrifying in their intensity. Collin Raye and Patty Loveless will be performing at Westbury Music Fair on Sunday at 7 p.m. More...

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