June 28, 2000 RSS feed / Front Page

Get ready for a great 4th in The Park

Are you ready for the annual Fourth of July celebrations in Massapequa Park? More...

Hope for Youth needs families

Hope for Youth, a non-for-profit agency located in Amityville, has been serving Long Island families and youth since 1969. More...

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Obituaries

Mary Ann Woycichowsky, 63, a former Massapequa and Amityville resident

Mary Ann Woycichowsky, a former Massapequa and Amity-ville resident and former teacher in the North Babylon School District, died May 31, 2000. She was 63 years old and had been ill for about a year. More...

Helen Guarner, 94, a resident of Massapequa since 1946

Helen Guarner, a resident of Massapequa since 1946, died May 30, 2000 at Broadlawn Manor Nursing Center, Amityville at the age of 94. More...

Reverend Edward J. Werring, 55, former Massapequan

Reverend Edward J. Werring died Tuesday, June 13, 2000 following a long illness. He was 55 years old. More...

Village Beach opens this week New faces, new programs, new look greets residents

For Amityville resident Colleen Kretz, her new position as head of the arts and crafts program at the Amityville Beach this summer brings her life full circle. More...

MPK's rooftop resident is off to a good start

It was an exceptionally warm afternoon on June 17, 2000, the day when DJ Page Mullane was scheduled to begin his 105-day stay on a rooftop in Massapequa Park. The venture is a way to raise funds for charity and to once again break the Guiness More...

F’dale School District voters give budget thumbs up

Voters in the Farmingdale School District gave the thumbs up to the district More...

 

Library

Amity library’s summer reading program begins

Saturday, June 24 was the kickoff date for the summer reading program at the Amityville Public Library, Oak and John Streets, announced Celine Lieffrig, children More...

At the library Copiague

50 Deauville Blvd. More...