June 21, 2000 RSS feed / Front Page

Plainedge budget passes Bond and other propositions go down

Plainedge School District voters gave strong support to the district budget by passing it 1,732 to 1,337. But, residents also roundly defeated further expenditures by turning down the district More...

MPK mulls new housing code in Village Hearing set to discuss mother-daughter and home-office codes

Two major changes in the Village More...

What does the agreement say?

Under the terms of the settlement in the lawsuit against the Amityville School District and its Basic Skills program, all actions against school board members and school officials in the case as individuals are dismissed. More...

Special Sections

Quick action averts disaster in fire

A recently installed sprinkler system at the Parkview Nursing Home in Massapequa helped quell the flames of a fire that erupted there in the early-morning hours of Sunday June 11. More...

Amityville School District settles federal lawsuit Supporters and opponents pack meeting as decision is announced; board split

Some residents shouted that it was a sad day for Amityville, while others cheered as the Amityville School Board voted last Thursday night to approve a negotiated settlement in the federal bias lawsuit brought against the district for its basic skil More...

 

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Obituaries

Patricia Maher, 60, Massapequa resident and librarian

Patricia Maher was a source of strength to everyone around her. The Massapequa Park woman who battled against breast cancer for more than a decade, was determined that her life would not be defined by the disease. More...

James Macchia, 37, owner of Town Florist

Laquidara

James Macchia, owner of Town Florist in Massapequa Park, died on Monday June 12, 2000 at South Nassau Communities Hospital in Oceanside following a motor cycle accident in that town. The lifelong resident of Massapequa Park was 37 years old. More...

Poll

Do you expect to spend more this holiday season than you did last year?