June 13, 2001 RSS feed / Schools/Sports

Reading is fun for all ages

On Thursday, February 15, Mrs. Fursa More...

Buddy program

Grace Day School in Massapequa conducts a buddy program for seniors and nursery school students. Pictured is Lauren Fritschi working at a computer with a Grace Massapequa nursery school student. More...

Massapequa High School Chiefs complete great season

The Chiefs, Massapequa High School More...

Massapequans compete in LI Marathon

Karen Jelinek, of Massapequa Park, successfully completed the Long Island Marathon on Sunday, May 6. Jelinek crossed the finish line in Eisenhower Park, completing the 13.1 mile course in one hour, 52 minutes, 47 seconds. 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...

New library system at Grace Day School

The newly automated library at Grace Day School in Massapequa is now open for the circulation of books. To honor this occasion, a celebration with children reading poems was held outside the library. More...

Lady Chiefs end season with 18-3 overall record

The Massapequa Basketball Booster club reports that the girl More...

The kids of summer

Oyster Bay Town Supervisor John Venditto, back row, third from right, and Councilman Joe Muscarella, back row, third from left, congratulate President of the Plainedge youth Baseball League Lou Yovino, back row, center, on kicking-off another exciti More...

Poll

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