August 29, 2001 RSS feed / Front Page

North Massapequa Fire Department to host annual parade September 15th

The North Massapequa Fire Department will host the annual 6th Battalion Parade and Drill on Saturday, September 15, 2001 in honor of Ex-Chief and Commissioner Frank A. More...

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Library

At the Library...

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Amityville Library offer stock market course next month

On Tuesday, September 11, 7 to 8:30 p.m. the Amityville Public Library will be offering "An Introduction to the Stock Market." More...

Events & Calendar

Calendar The following are a list of public meetings and special events for the coming week: THURSDAY, August 30

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Farmingdale high school needs you

The Farmingdale High School Wall of Fame Selection Committee is a prestigious group of community members charged with choosing alumni to be honored with a distinguished spot on the school More...

Registration for evening school available

Farmingdale High School invites all residents interested in earning a high school diploma or general equivalency diploma (GED) to register for evening high school. More...

Opinion

No more foot dragging on clean up of Liberty site

The Environmental Protection Agency has delayed, once again, a decision about what level of clean up it will undertake on the contaminated Liberty site in Farmingdale. More...

DiNapoli candidacy is not sure thing Dear Editor:

Mr. Martin H. Schwartz, in his column of August 15, suggests that Assemblyman DiNapoli is the odds-on favorite to win the Democratic nomination for Nassau County Executive in the coming primary election. More...

A message from former Plainedge School Board candidate Dear Editor:

Back in may 2000, I received 1,721 votes - possibly the most votes ever received by a candidate for the Plainedge School Board - to become one of three new members of the Board of Education. More...

EPA officials hold off on making final remediation plan as public provides input

Frustrated by the length of time it is taking to clean up the contaminated Liberty site in Farmingdale, residents attended a meeting August 9, reviewing the latest plan by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), and offering comments and concerns More...

Post 1066 replaces stolen flag

On July 10, when George Duffy noticed that someone had stolen the American flag he flies in front of his home, he was very disappointed. More...

Local folks in the news Local blood drive

Long Island Blood Services will be at Sunrise Mall Wednesday, September 5, 1 to 6:15 p.m. In the summer, the number of donors is lower as many people are on vacation. More...

 

People/Social

Gardiner-Sharon

Mr. and Mrs. Gary Gardiner of Massapequa announce the engagement of their daughter, Erin Kelly, to Robert Sharon, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Sharon of Plainview. The wedding will take place in June 2003. More...

Local Navy man returns home

Navy Petty Officer 3rd Class Gary P. Hults, son of Paula A. and Peter G. More...

Town Supervisor honors Chief Wulforst

Oyster Bay Town Supervisor John Venditto, third from left, recently joined Engine Company Four and Ladder Company Six of the Massapequa Fire Department in honoring Ex-Chief Joseph Wulforst, third from right, on his 37 years of service in Nassau Cou More...

Obituaries

John Lissenden, worked for Massapequa Park Post Office

John Lissenden, a resident of Lindenhurst and an employee with the Massapequa Park Post Office, died August 7, 2001 of a bleeding ulcer. More...

Concetta M. Ford, 74, former resident of Massapequa

Concetta M. Ford, a former resident of Massapequa, died August 15, 2001. She lived in Florida where was a volunteer with the Citrus Memorial hospital in Inverness. More...

Poll

Should President Barack Obama grant amnesty to illegal immigrants through a Presidential executive order?