October 12, 2000 RSS feed / Front Page

MSD cheerleaders back on field after suspension

The Massapequa Varsity cheerleaders were back on the field this week after a two-week suspension. The students got involved in a hazing activity, which is in violation of a district policy. More...

Newly renovated Massapequa RR station opens

A bright, brand new ticket office and Long Island Rail Road station was opened to the public last week in Massapequa about six months earlier than anticipated. More...

Local residents seeking judgships in November Thomas Whelan

Whelan grew up in the Bronx and North Babylon. He received full scholarships to Columbia University where he was a member of the rowing team and Rugby Club. More...

Special Sections

Labriola vs. Tartaglia in race for seat in 12th AD

by Carolyn James More...

State lawmakers bring $1.8 million

to MPK for business district revamp More...

Local resident runs for NYS Supreme Court

William J. LaMarca, a resident of Massapequa and a former Trustee and President of the Massapequa School Board, is seeking a seat on the New York State Supreme Court, 10th Judicial District. More...

Fuschillo opposed by Amityville School Board Trustee

It More...

 

Obituaries

George John Motz, 81, long-time Massapequa resident, World War II veteran

George John Motz, a resident of Massapequa since 1956, died September 23, 2000 of acute emphysema. He was 81 years old. More...

Theodore R. (Ted) Kugler, 79, Massapequa resident

Theodore R. (Ted) Kugler, of Massapequa, died September 27, 2000 at the age of 79. Born in Far Rockaway in 1921, Mr. Kugler was a World War II veteran. He was a technician fourth grade, 149th infantry 38 Division. More...

Holly A. Horton, 56, 42 resident of Massapequa

Holly A. Horton, a resident of Massapequa for the past 42 years, died September 18, 2000 at her home at the age of 56. More...

Poll

Was the the beheading of a woman in Moore, Oklahoma on Fri., Sept. 26 an act of terrorism on American soil, or an isolated incident involving a mentally deranged individual acting alone?