September 26, 2001 RSS feed / Front Page

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Special Sections

Schools/Sports

Back to school for Farmingdale’s newest teachers More than 70 fresh-faced educators were welcomed into Farmingdale this September, as the district held its annual new teacher orientation. This annual two-day program was established to familiarize incoming

Dr. Roberta Gerold, Farmingdale More...

Massapequa Invasion U-13 girls undefeated

Massapequa Invasion U13 girls soccer team took first place at Huntington Boy More...

Massapequa Lightening strikes again!

After taking the spring 2001 division championship with a 10-0 record, and the Waldbaums Challenge Championship, the girls U-11 Massapequa Lightning soccer team opened up their fall season by taking first place at the American Ref-Fuel Tournament he More...

Opinion

Struggling through, together

Like so many people, all kinds of thoughts continue to run through our minds as we work through the tragedy of September 11. We move from fear to anger to depression and back to fear and anger again and we try to make sense out of the senseless. More...

To our Muslim neighbors Dear Editor:

We are united with you in our grief and united, too, in our need to be healed of that grief. Sectarian conflicts must not control any of us - not if we are all, first Americans. More...

Taking advantage?

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Unqua Road residents look to halt speeders

"You could get a wind burn," said Massapequa resident Kelley DePaola. She was describing the impact of the traffic passing her Unqua Road home. "Drivers speed by at 50 or 60 miles an hour," she added. "If they weren More...

Timothy Roy, NYPD

The first day of school for his children was special for Timothy Roy and his wife Stacy. Roy, a Sergeant with the New York City Police Department always took the day off from work and enjoyed being a part of his children More...

Geoffrey Guja, NYFD

Tuesday morning, September 11, 2001 was a new beginning for Geoffrey Guja. A Lieutenant in the New York City Fire Department, he was returning to his job after being out on disability due to an injury he had suffered in a fire. More...

MPK resident hangs bin Laden in effigy

When people pass by the home of Karl Edelmann at the corner of St. Regis and Park Boulevard in Massapequa Park, their reactions are immediate. Some honk their horns or give the thumbs up, signs of support. More...

 

People/Social

Scali graduates

Anthony Scali, a graduate of Massapequa High School and BOCES Nassau Tech, was inducted into the National Vocational Technical Honor Society. More...

Local Scholars

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Temple Judea welcomes Cantor Rebecca Fletcher

On August 1, Rebecca J. Fletcher joined the Temple Judea community as its new cantor. More...

Events & Calendar

Post CALENDAR OF EVENTS The following are a list of public meetings and special events for the coming week: SATURDAY, September 29

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Sunrise Mall hosts arts and crafts fair

Sunrise Mall and Woodwill Productions presents the 2001 Art and Craft Show through September 30. Professional artists will show off their handmade crafts to mall-goers for view and purchase during regular mall hours. More...

Wellness center offering free support group

Beginning October 5, the Enlightenment Wellness Center at 1130 North Broadway, North Massapequa will be offering a free four-week support group for adult children of dysfunctional families. More...

Poll

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