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Manhasset

Manhasset
Neither town nor village, Manhasset is four square miles of suburbia. It contains three villages and parts of three others, and shares a peninsula with Port Washington. Once considered an ideal cow pasture, it has been home to some of the nation's richest and most powerful people.
Photo: An old schoolhouse in the area known as Manhasset Valley as it looked in 1970; it has since been moved to the Old Bethpage Village Restoration. (Newsday Photo)
Neither town nor village, Manhasset is four square miles of suburbia. It contains three villages and parts of three others, and shares a peninsula with Port Washington. Once considered an ideal cow pasture, it has been home to some of the nation's richest and most powerful people.
Photo: An old schoolhouse in the area known as Manhasset Valley as it looked in 1970; it has since been moved to the Old Bethpage Village Restoration. (Newsday Photo)
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  • Notre Dame Prep's Cobb earns top lacrosse honor

    Notre Dame Prep's Cobb earns top lacrosse honor
    After a junior year that left a bad taste in her mouth, Molly Cobb's final campaign at Notre Dame Prep started early — and successfully — with a key victory in the 2014 Under Armour All-America Underclass Lacrosse Tournament last July.
  • Skipper White gets North Sails honor at NOOD Regatta in Annapolis

    Skipper White gets North Sails honor at NOOD Regatta in Annapolis
    Annapolis skipper John White, whose USA 1162 team won the only race of the day in the J/80 class, earned North Sails Local Boat of the Day at the Sperry Top-Sider NOOD Regatta Annapolis on the Chesapeake Bay. “Off the starting line, we were...

    Elly Wierda, Dutch Resistance fighter, dies

    Elly Wierda, a volunteer who was a member of the Dutch Resistance during World War II, died July 7 of cancer at her Rock Hall home. She was 88. Born Elly Klein Bog, the daughter of a wealthy textile company owner and a homemaker, she was raised in...

    Early Winter Storm Delivers More Misery

    Early Winter Storm Delivers More Misery
    Heavy wind, rain, snow and sleet are bringing more misery to people on Long Island and throughout our area.  Driving is not only hazardous, but treacherous. Snow is accumulating on roadways faster than plows can clear them. While still trying to recover...

    Chocolate lovers show lower stroke risk

    Chocolate lovers show lower stroke risk
    NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Men who regularly indulge their taste for chocolate may have a somewhat decreased risk of suffering a stroke, according to a study out Wednesday. Swedish researchers found that of more than 37,000 men followed for a decade,...