March 28, 2001 RSS feed / Front Page

Exit poll shows that cellular towers on voters’ minds

The signs were there even at 3 p.m., six hours before the polls closed in Massapequa Park Village. One voter, holding a youngster in his arms, and with two older ones trailing behind, came up to the walkway in front of Village Hall. More...

Concerned Parents present Park Avenue renovation video tonight

Concerned Parents of the Amityville School District will be meeting tonight at the Amityville Library, Oak and John streets, Amityville at 7 p.m. More...

Special Sections

Schools/Sports

Farmingdale’s Donna McMahon -

A winner again! More...

Lady Hoopsters repeat as champs

The sixth grade St. Rose of Lima girls travel basketball team, The Saints, won the Nassau/Suffolk A Division CYO Diocesan championship for the second straight year. They are the first girl More...

Events & Calendar

Ann Bambino lodge celebrates 25th year

The Ann Bambino Lodge, Order Sons of Italy in America, celebrates its 25th anniversary this month. President Gloria Colantone will be installed for a second term of office at a ceremony on March 28. More...

Plainedge high school holds string festival

On Wednesday, March 28, Plainedge will hold its eleventh annual string festival concert. The concert will take place 7:30 p.m. in the high school auditorium. More...

Father's rights meeting

The Suffolk County Father More...

Unfounded rumors fan flames of fear in MSD

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Local folks in the news

Oyster Bay Town Supervisor John Venditto recently commended Caroline Galeotafiore, left, and Deanna Devlin of Massapequa on their outstanding performance during the seventh annual Strut Your Stuff talent competition. More...

Corrections

An article that appeared in the March 7 issue of the Record, MAC attack against ASD project, included a quote by Trustee Sam Williams following an outburst by a member of the public during a recent school board meeting. More...

 

People/Social

Local scholars in the news:

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Knights Of Pythias installs newest member

Oyster Bay Town Supervisor John Venditto was installed into the Knights of Pythias by Grand Chancellor State of New York The Hon. Morton M. Hirsh. Venditto was installed in the rank of Chancellor Commander of State Lodge No. 1. More...

Locks of love

Rebecca Baldinger, a first grader at Birch Lane School in Massapequa, recently donated 10 inches of her hair to Locks of Love. The charity helps individuals and children who have lost their hair by constructing wigs from other people More...

Opinion

New law would encourage volunteerism

With increasing concern, our local Fire Departments are experiencing deep and protracted membership problems. And, as the number of volunteers falls off, the number of calls for help, particularly for medical aid and rescue, climbs. More...

Giannattasio, proud of Massapequa Park Village, and his administration, as he steps down

The following is a text of a speech given by Mayor Camillo Giannattasio Monday night. It was the Mayor More...

Why aren’t more ASD board members outraged over project?

Dear Editor: 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?