March 7, 2001 RSS feed / Front Page

Local folks in the news

George W. Cutting of Oyster Bay Cove, a board member for the American Red Cross in Nassau County, presented a flag at Oyster Bay Town Hall to Town Supervisor John Venditto of North Massapequa for Red Cross month. More...

Special Sections

Opinion

Massapequa Park gets its fair share—finally

We understand that an announcement is imminent this week that Massapequa Park Village will be the recipient of more than a million dollars of county funds to revitalize the Park More...

Please be snow friendly

As we rush to press to beat out the impending storm, we are hoping that our residents cooperate with those out working plowing and sanding our roads. If the storm is as bad as predicted, please remember to keep your car off the street. More...

Readers can speak their minds

Readers should note that this year, for the first time, the Post is accepting letters of personal endorsement of candidates for the Mayoral race in Massapequa Park. More...

MAC attack at ASD board meeting

Amityville School Board Trustee Stephanie Andrews led the charge last week to have the board wrest back control of the controversial Park Avenue renovation project. Bringing up the rear were the other two members of the board More...

Plainedge H.S. Class of 2001 presents Once Upon a Mattress

The Plainedge High School Class of 2001 will be presenting the Broadway musical, Once Upon A Mattress, on the evenings of March 16, 17, 23, and 24. Performances will be at the High School Auditorium with a curtain time of 7:30 p.m. More...

 

Schools/Sports

Chess anyone?

The latest addition to the Lockhart school in Massapequa extracurricular activities is its newly formed chess club. The club meets once a week after school and has over 60 members from various grades. More...

A delicious project

Miss Lipton's first grade class at Lockhart School in Massapequa gobbled up this delicious project. The class finished a language art unit reading If You Give a Pig a Pancake by Laura Numeroff and Pancakes, Pancakes by Eric Carle. More...

Chiefs C.A.R.E

Members of the Chiefs C.A.R.E. Club kicked off the holiday season with kindness, Two groups of Massapequa High School students visited the pediatric ward of Nassau County Medical Center. More...

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