June 22, 2016 RSS feed / People/Social

Pequan and veteran provides service

Anthony Suppa of Massapequa is a veteran of the U.S. Marine Corps, having served from 2007 until 2013 and discharged with the rank of E-3. But he always dreamed of another kind of service, hoping one day to open his own restaurant. More...

Massapequa Chamber hosts annual fair

As hundreds of fairgoers passed the Massapequa Chamber of Commerce table at the organization’s annual fair June 12, Bob Barrett, president elect, said Massapequa is the “best place on earth.” When asked why he believed that was so, More...

Massapequa Water District addresses auditing

Nassau Suffolk Water Commissioners’ Association (NSWCA), of which Massapequa Water District Commissioner Raymond Averna is president, recently held a special information session led by guest speakers Joseph C. Ferreira and Thomas J. More...

TOB officials celebrate Annual Spring Festival

Oyster Bay Town Supervisor John Venditto and Receiver of Taxes James J. Stefanich recently attended the Town of Oyster Bay’s Annual Spring Festival held at Syosset- Woodbury Community Park. More...

N. Massapequa FD installation

Oyster Bay Town Councilman Joseph G. Pinto recently attended the North Massapequa Fire Department’s 82nd Annual Installation Dinner held at the Hamlet Golf Course in Commack. Pinto presented a citation to Outgoing Chief Kevin B. More...

Amityville Woman’s Club celebrates last luncheon with new officers

The Amityville Woman’s Club celebrated its last luncheon for the year with the installation of new officers, presentation of new members and introduction of five outstanding scholarship recipients. More...

Girl Scout Troop 2370 dedicates Peace Pole project held at Brady Park

Mayor Jeffrey J. Pravato, Trustees Richard Begandy and Tina Schiaffino along with elected officials joined Girl Scout Troop 2370 at the dedication ceremony of the Troop’s Peace Pole project at Brady Park. More...

Ryan Smith of Troop 46 recognized at Eagle Scout Court of Honor ceremony

Eagle Scout Ryan Smith of Troop 46, Farmingdale, was recognized at a Court of Honor at St. Thomas Episcopal Church. More...

Amanda Marinace wins competition

Amanda Marinace, a student at Eastplain Elementary School in Plainedge, was recently awarded first place in Senator Kemp Hannon’s 2016 “There Ought To Be a Law” competition. More...

Massapequa H.S. Catch A Wave charity event receives donation

Assemblyman Joseph Saladino, along with Optimum Community, recently presented a donation check to Massapequa High School for its Catch A Wave charity event. More...

Officials honor Massapequa Girl Scout Gold Award recipients

Assemblyman Joseph Saladino, along with Sen. More...

Massapequa Post 1066 holds installation of officers brunch

Oyster Bay Councilman Joseph G. Pinto recently attended the Installation of Officers Brunch for the American Legion Massapequa Post 1066. More...

Anthony Morano: Spirit of the community

Mayor Jeffrey P. Pravato recognized Anthony Morano, a Massapequa Park resident and a senior at Massapequa High School, who was a Distinguished Finalist in the New York State 21st Annual Prudential Spirit of Community Awards Program. More...

Brian Moore Memorial Fund issues first annual scholarships

Members of the Brian Moore Memorial Fund Inc., the not-for-profit established in the wake of the untimely death of Officer Brian Moore last May, issued its first round of scholarships to students of Moore’s alma mater, Plainedge High School. More...

Saladino welcomes Jamie Macchia, Miss NY

Assemblyman Joseph Saladino recently welcomed Jamie Macchia, Miss New York 2015, to Albany. Jamie, a resident of Staten Island, is a graduate of Wagner College and plans to pursue a career with nonprofit health care groups or hospitals. More...

Local boy scouts remain active through S.T.E.M

The Boy Scouts of America (BSA)Theodore Roosevelt Council recently held a S.T.E.M. (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) Camp over school spring break, ushering in a new era of scouting at its recently opened S.T.E.M. More...