November 29, 2000 RSS feed / Front Page

Fire Commissioner’s race set December 12

Four candidates are seeking two seats on the Massapequa Board of Fire Commissioners in a friendly race in which candidates raised no major issues except to say they wanted to broaden their level of public service. More...

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Nassau County Executive Thomas S. Gulotta, right, was a guest at the breakfast of the American Committee on Italian Migration. Pictured with the County Executive are Massapequa Park residents, honoree Edith Zuzzolo and her husband Peter. The breakfast wa

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Plainedge bond vote Tuesday

Residents asked to approve $53.05M proposal for building additions and renovations. More...

Massapequa’s Alosi wins Mayor’s Trophy at Hofstra Leads team to playoffs by Jack Styczynski

Massapequa native Sal Alosi has been named the co-winner of the "Mayor More...

Home Decorating Contest coming up Is your house all dressed up for the holidays? Do you know someone's whose home looks great? Why not enter it into the Massapequa Post/Massapequa Chamber of Commerce Holiday Home Decorating Contest?

Simply fill out the coupon in this newspaper or submit your name, address, phone number and nearest cross street to us at 1045B Park Blvd., Massapequa Park NY, 11762 before December 15. All homes must be ready for judging by then. More...

 

Obituaries

Anthony Riccio, 65, of Florida

Anthony C. Riccio, of Boynton Beach, Florida, died November 8, 2000 at the age of 65. He is survived by his wife Mae; his son Carmine and wife Marie and his son Joseph of Massapequa and his wife Melanie. More...

Nollie Key Susewell, 77, former Amityville resident

Nollie Key Susewell, a former Amityville resident, died Saturday, Nov. 18 at her home in North Carolina. She was 77 years old. The funeral service was conducted Saturday, Nov. 25 at Little Bethel Baptist Church in Stony Creek, Va. by the Rev. More...

Fredrick W. Lampe, 73, former Amityville

resident, professor at Penn St. More...

Poll

Did the Baltimore Ravens and NFL handle the Ray Rice case responsibly?