June 6, 2001 RSS feed / Front Page

DiLeonardo reappointed

Anthony DiLeonardo of Massapequa has been named to the Planning Advisory Board (PAB) for the Town of Oyster Bay. More...

MHS athlete makes the record books

Massapequa High School basketball senior guard Tom Femminella has rewritten the record books.On Jan. More...

Special Sections

Schools/Sports

Hands on technology program

Massapequa School District More...

"Burning House" demonstration

Plainedge More...

Birch Lane Reflections awards

On Thursday, March 15, students at Birch Lane School in Massapequa, who participated in this year More...

Opinion

Finding life, and solace in soil

We More...

Republic Airport should be allowed to grow and prosper Dear Editor:

Re: Article of May 9. "Today More...

They share the feeling Dear Editor:

Who authored the Opinion column titled, "Where have all the children gone?" It was a beautiful "rethink your priorities" story; kind of makes us all wish for the "old" days. More...

MPK Village mulls taxi-rate hike MPK seniors to get discount fares

A hearing to review an application by Long Island Yellow Cab for a rate increase is tentatively scheduled for July. A firm date will be announced within a few weeks. More...

Farmingdale schools honors its academic achievers

Farmingdale residents had reason to smile at a recent school board meeting. Students, parents, grandparents, and a proud community packed the auditorium of the Weldon E. Howitt School. More...

Local folks in the news

Oyster Bay Town Councilman Leonard B. Symons, second from left, presents a weather program to members of the Molloy Institute for Lifelong Learning (M.I.L.L.) during the group's general meeting at Molloy College. More...

Former Massapequan authors mystery novel

Davis Abolafia who grew up in Massapequa Park and now lives in Oakland Gardens, New York, is the author of a new novel, Letter Perfect, a character-driven mystery that explores the real prejudices and experiences that a contemporary woman would face More...

 

People/Social

MPK mayor joins Kiwanis Club

Village of Massapequa Park Mayor James Altadonna joined Massapequa Kiwanis. More...

Nassau County Executive presents service award to local residents

Nassau County Executive Thomas S. Gulotta, right, recently presented Massapequa Park residents Charles Ruppert Sr. and Walter Plotz with a proclamation for 50 years of service to the Massapequa Fire Department. More...

Events & Calendar

Post CALENDAR OF EVENTS The following are a list of public meetings and special events for the coming week: THURSDAY, June 7

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Mass.Church discussion to be presented on radio

"Nothing good seemed to be happening in my life. The feeling of loss was stealing my joy, and I was wallowing in self-pity." But then: "While I couldn More...

Copiague Wildcats to hold tryouts

The Copiague Wildcats girls U-12 soccer team will be holding tryouts for the fall season at Tanner Park, Copiague, June 23, 11 a.m. For further information, call Ron Amodeo at 631-842-7116. More...

Poll

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