September 12, 2001 RSS feed / Front Page

Local folks in the news

South Oaks Hospital recently made a $1,000 donation to help support Clubhouse of Suffolk's Mental Illness Awareness Day to be held October 12 at the Huntington Town House, Huntington Station. More...

Special Sections

Events & Calendar

Post CALENDAR OF EVENTS The following are a list of public meetings and special events for the coming week: THURSDAY, September 13

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Tapestry Ball set for October

On Saturday, October 13, The Long Island Home, comprised of South Oaks Hospital, Broadlawn Manor Nursing and Rehabilitation Center and Jennings Assisted Living, will hold their Second Annual Tapestry Ball at the Crest Hollow County Club in Woodbury. More...

Massapequa Garden Club meeting set

The Massapequa Park Garden Club will meet Wednesday, September 19, 7:30 p.m. in Village Hall, 151 Front St., Massapequa Park. Gene Lanzaro will give a talk on Putting Your Garden to Bed. All are welcome. More...

Opinion

Tuesday’s Twin Town Terrorist Attack: Day of infamy

Word about the terrorist attack on the Twin Towers in New York City came in just as we went to press. More...

Character has to count

Sports, some say, doesn More...

Library responds to concerns about flag and grounds Dear Editor:

I am writing in response to the "Letter to the Editor" that appeared in a recent edition of the Amityville Record and Massapequa Post. More...

Anonymous flyers criticizing MPK Mayor raise residents' anger

Massapequa Park Village Trustee Joe Pinto said it is the work of a coward. More...

Policy changes in ASD criticized by some

As the Amityville School Board goes through the process of revamping its policies, two new proposals caused some debate at a recent school board meeting. More...

Locals recognized for efforts on Earth Day in Massapequa Park Village

Recently, the Village of Massapequa Park recognized the many volunteers who helped clean up several areas in The Park on Earth Day. In photo, Village officials are shown with the volunteers who received certificates for their efforts. More...

 

Schools/Sports

Braves finish first in the F.A.B.L.

The Long Island Braves 13-year-old baseball team finished the spring and summer season with an outstanding record of 29-7 finishing first in the Federation Amateur Baseball League, consisting of 20 teams from Nassau and Suffolk County. More...

Locals take home hoops silver

Jessica Powers and Kathryn Carpenter of Massapequa received silver medals for their performances at the Empire State Games held July 25 to 29 at Utica, New York. The girls were selected to play on the women More...

Local pitcher recognized by Rolaids Relief Man competition in California

Andy Shibilo of Massapequa Park, finished second in the Rolaids Relief Man competition in minor league baseball More...

Obituaries

Lois Van Dusen Ruby de Lyon, 86, a resident of Massapequa Park for 48 years

Lois Van Dusen Ruby de Lyon, a resident of Massapequa Park for 48 years, died August 31, 2001. She was 86 years old. More...

Edward T. McHugh, 67, Massapequa resident

Edward T. McHugh, a Massapequa resident for four years, died August 19, 2001. He was 67 years old. More...

Joseph M. Nunziata, of North Massapequa

Joseph M. Nunziata, of North Massapequa, died August 22, 2001. He is survived by his wife, Diane Nunziata; his son Joseph Nunziata; his grandchildren Brenden, Samantha and Donato Joseph and siblings Frances Muraca and Angela Sala. More...

Poll

Was the the beheading of a woman in Moore, Oklahoma on Fri., Sept. 26 an act of terrorism on American soil, or an isolated incident involving a mentally deranged individual acting alone?