Posts Tagged ‘video’

Holocaust Survivors Call for More Bullying Laws

Holocaust survivors and relatives of those who died by the hands of Adolf Hitler called on local citizens to quit the recent trend of cyber-bullying – as they said bullying of Jews in Germany and Poland was a precursor to the genocide of approximately six million European Jews during World War II.

The survivors and the families met at the Holocaust Memorial and Tolerance Center Nassau County in Glen Cove this morning to commemorate the upcoming Yom HaShoah or Holocaust Remembrance Day.

View the full article, including video, here.


North Hempstead Town Board Approves Upgrades to Beaches, Golf Course

A trio of state grants have paved — and paid — the way for Town of North Hempstead projects to begin at two Port Washington beaches.

The town board unanimously approved two bond resolutions Tuesday evening to spend $530,000 to build a new boat ramp at Bar Beach, and $200,000 to rehabilitate wetlands and erosion issues in Bar Beach Cove.

Read the full article, with video, here.

Garden City Girls Cruise Past New Hyde Park Without Star Guard

On Senior Night for the Garden City girls’ basketball team it was a fast-moving junior and a sharpshooting sophomore that led the Trojans to a 49-31 win over New Hyde Park on Thursday night.

Junior co-captain Barbara Sullivan led all scorers with 22 points, including 11 of the teams first 16 points. She operated coach Anthony Sparacia’s offense effectively against New Hyde Park’s array of defenses – the Gladiators tried both zone and man-to-man to stop Sullivan.

Garden City, which led by 46-19 entering the fourth quarter, was without standout senior Diana Leondis – one of just four 1,000-point scorers in school history. Nursing a pair of bad ankles, Leondis started the game on Senior Night, but Sparacia quickly removed her just 14 seconds into the game.

Her replacement, sophomore Kim Ryan soon heated up from the outside, pacing the Trojans to a 4-5 start from 3-point land. Ryan finished with 20 points.

For New Hyde Park, junior center Ciara McCullagh led her team with 15 points and was a noticeable presence inside on defense.

The Trojans move to 9-2 in conference, and after an away game early next week, await a first-round playoff opponent having secured the second seed in Conference ABC-I.

View slideshow here.