March 14, 2001 RSS feed / Front Page

MSD seeking members for Pre-K Advisory Board

The Massapequa School District is establishing a prekindergarten policy advisory board. More...

Special Sections

Library

At the Library...

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An evening of learning at Temple Judea

The public is cordially invited to An Evening of Learning, Wednesday, March 21, 7:30 p.m. The featured speaker will be Lew Weinstein, author of The Heretic. More...

Rummage sale

On Sunday, March 18, there will be a giant rummage sale at Temple Judea in Massapequa, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. There will be something for everyone. More...

Events & Calendar

Post CALENDAR OF EVENTS The following are a list of public meetings and special events for the coming week: THURSDAY, March 15

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Karate tournament to be held at Mass. HS

On March 17 and 18 the American Black Belt Academy along with the Worldwide Kenpo Karate Association will host The American Karate Championships. The tournament will be held at Massapequa High School and is open to spectators of the community. More...

Plainedge to hold college & career planning

Plainedge High School juniors and their parents are invited to a college and career planning meeting Tuesday evening, March 20, 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. at Plainedge High School. More...

Opinion

Giannattasio administration deserves a chance to move the Village into the future

The race for Mayor in Massapequa Park has been one of the most aggressive and heated campaigns in recent history. More than that, it has tested the basic values of truth and fairness in a way that has caused stress and confusion in the community. More...

The readers speak their minds on the issues...

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Dear Editor:

From recent stories and campaign ads, it would appear that Mr. Altadonna More...

MPK Mayor to unveil new Village budget next week Political opponent criticizes plan as too costly to taxpayers

After establishing a long-term capital improvement plan, and making up for a half million dollar gap in the budget his administration assumed when he took office two years ago, Massapequa Park Village Mayor Camillo Giannattasio said he expects to be More...

Park’s business district getting major facelift Leg. Schmitt brings $450,000 to Village for renovations

As soon as this winter clears out, construction is expected to begin on the Massapequa Park business district. More...

 

Schools/Sports

Officials meet with F’dale Baseball Association officials

Oyster Bay Town Supervisor John Venditto, back row, third from left, and Councilman Angelo A. Delligatti, back row, left, recently spread holiday cheer to all the members of the Farmingdale Baseball Association during the organization More...

Little League

Local legislators recently turned out to show support for the Massapequa Coast in their successful bid for the Little League Long Island Championship title. More...

Gluf is overall winner in run

Laura Gluf, of Massapequa, was the third woman finisher overall and the second woman in the 35 to 39 age group to cross the finish line at the Long Island State Parks Winter Series Five Kilometer Run at Heckscher State Park, Sunday, January 27. More...

Obituaries

Robert Cyril Bean, former longtime Amityville Library Trustee

Robert Cyril Bean, a United States Veteran of World War II who grew up in Amityville, attended Amityville Public Schools and later served on the Amityville Library Board for 24 years, died February 17, 2001. He was 79 years old. More...

Mary Ginsberg, pharmacist and World War II veteran

Mary R. (Mickie) Ginsberg, a former longtime resident of Seaford, veteran and pharmacist, died February 25, 2001. She was 80 years old. More...