June 27, 2001 RSS feed / Front Page

Breakfast, parade and holiday run in MPK

The Massapequa Park Village Independence Day Parade will kick off the morning of July 4, 11 a.m. and promises to be a gala event featuring marching bands and local community groups. More...

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Schools/Sports

MPK Memorial Day parade led by Massapequa Twirlers

Massapequa Park Memorial Day Parade was led off by the American Legion sponsored Massapequa Twirlers. Joining them at the start of the parade route was Nassau County Legislator Peter J. Schmitt and Massapequa Park Village Trustee Joe Pinto. More...

Friends forever—eighth graders enjoy lunch at Grace day school in Massapequa

Friends, friends, friends we will always be. Enjoying a hot lunch on the grounds of Grace Day School in Massapequa are eighth grade senior class members Vanessa Spoto, Lauren Fritschi, Kaitlyn Margeson of Amityville and Ashley Prisco. More...

Giannattasio and Peterson graduate with honors

Krista Giannattasio and Kelly Peterson provided their dad More...

Obituaries

Frederick Schultz, 80, former Massapequan and member of UCYC

Frederick Schultz, a former resident of Massapequa and member of the Unqua Corinthian Yacht Club in Amityville, died in Englewood, Florida May 17. 2001. Mr. Schultz was 80 years old. More...

Thomas J. Hammond, veteran and Massapequa resident

Thomas J. Hammond, a Massapequa resident for 46 years, died on June 11, 2001 from heart failure. He was 81 years old. More...

Some Plainedge seniors get second chance at graduating

District offers 11th hour social studies course; teachers angry More...

Brady Park Seniors hold fashion show-luncheon

Strutting their stuff in fine fashion, Brady Park Seniors held their first annual Fashion Show and Mothers Day luncheon May 24. More...

Local folks in the news

In the picture, Massapequa International Little Leaguers Christian Faust, Ryan Von Braunsberg, Joseph Harris, Ronald Remi, Michael Cardino and Paul Tarantino led the Farm's Division in the opening day parade on April 7. More...

 

People/Social

MHS seniors receive scholarships

At the senior More...

NC bomb squad visits local GOP

The Nassau County Bomb Squad visited the Massa-pequa Park Republican Club recently. Republican Committeewoman Charlene Kuhl volunteered to put on Bomb Squad protective gear. More...

Local Scholars

Nassau County Executive Thomas S. Gulotta, second from left, congratulates Massapequa residents Debra Nocerino and Juan Nunez of Farmingdale; North Massapequa resident, Dyanna Lambe and Nicholas Venditto of Massapequa. More...

Events & Calendar

Calendar The following are a list of public meetings and special events for the coming week: THURSDAY, June 28

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School breakfast survey completed

The Plainedge Schools are grateful to the many parents who took the time to complete the survey regarding the establishment of a school breakfast program. More...

Tuna club announces annual tuna tournament

Nautical vendors are wanted at the Babylon Tuna Club announces its 45th annual tuna tournament, July 26 to 29 at the Babylon Village dock. For information contact Leo at 631-661-6431. More...

Opinion

Editorial Patriotism, picnics and potato salad

We have a lively disagreement in our household about whether it is right to permit or prohibit flag burning. My husband believes a Constitutional Amendment against the burning or defacing of the American flag should be part of our Constitution. More...

Lawmaker responds: Operation Downtown project Dear Editor:

I am writing in response to the letter from George White which appeared last week concerning the "Operation Downtown" project slated to begin on Park Boulevard in Massapequa Park. More...

No turning signs don’t make the area safer Dear Editor,

Some time ago one "no left turn sign" and one "no right turn" were installed at the exits of the north eastern parking lot by the Masssapequa Park LIRR. More...

Poll

Do you approve of the way the Obama administration is handling the Ebola crisis?