June 13, 2001 RSS feed / Front Page

ASD votes to go on contingency budget for coming year

Saying the difference between a contingency budget and the budget residents voted down in May was so small, the Amityville School Board voted not to put the budget up for a revote, and to accept the contingency spending plan instead. More...

Special Sections

Schools/Sports

Unqua’s Native American experience

The fourth grade classes at Unqua Elementary School in Massapequa participated in "Journeys into American Indian Territory," an in-house field trip on February 27 and 28. More...

A taste of the Orient

On Thursday, February 8, the third grade students at Birch Lane Elementary School in Massapequa, had a Japanese lunch served in each of their classrooms. More...

Plainedge students receive awards in science competition

Ten Plainedge High School students received awards for their research projects in the Long Island Science Congress competition. The projects were completed as part of the honors biology courses taught by Adam Waterhouse. More...

Obituaries

Attention family members or funeral directors:

Obituary notices are printed without charge, as space permits. Family members and funeral directors may submit obituary notices to us at 1045B Park Blvd., Massapequa Park, NY 11762, or may call (516) 798-5100. More...

Susan Kozak, former employee at Sunrise Psychiatric Clinic

Susan Kozak, a former resident of Copiague, was a woman who enjoyed life and liked people. More...

Local folks in the news

Cub Scout Pack 66 from Unqua Elementary School, Massapequa, marched from Front Street to Broadway in the Memorial Day parade, Monday, May 28. Fun was had by all, said organizers. More...

Lost bird saved; owner being sought

by Carolyn James More...

 

People/Social

Lewkowitz family welcomes Benjamin Liam

Rebecca and Frank Lewkowitz of Massapequa announce the birth of their son Benjamin Liam who was born April 10, 2001. He joins his brother Cory who is 22, and sister Amanda who is 13. More...

Radomski's welcome Kerri Kathleen

Tim and Christine Radomski of Massapequa Park announce the birth of their first child, a daughter, Kerri Kathleen. Kerri was born March 5, 2001 at Winthrop University Hospital. More...

Lohman completes training

Marine Corps. Pvt. Matthew J. Lohman, son of Nancy L. Lohman of Hollywood Ave., Massapequa, recently completed basic training at Marine Corps Recruit Depot, Parris Island, South Carolina. More...

Events & Calendar

Calendar The following are a list of public meetings and special events for the coming week: THURSDAY, June 14

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South Nassau to hold summer blood drive

Blood donations are always needed, and with the summer months approaching blood centers are anticipating a decrease in blood supply. Long Island Blood Services needs to collect 800 pints of blood daily to meet the needs of area hospitals. More...

Italian festival to be held at Sunrise Mall

Sunrise Mall is once again the site for the annual "Festa d More...

Opinion

A fare deal for seniors

The Yellow Cab Company, which services local communities including Massapequa Park Village, is embarking on a program to offer senior citizens a tremendous savings on rides within MPK Village limits. More...

Keep storefronts clean;

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Get into the Political Arena- - - Martin H. S Meet the Republican/Conservative candidate for County Exec Taco Salad

For this column I have profiled Republican/Conservative candidate for County Executive, financier Bruce Bent. More...

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