October 3, 2001 RSS feed / Front Page

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Schools/Sports

Plainedge High School parent meeting

The Plainedge High School Guidance Department will introduce parents of ninth and tenth graders to the college planning process at a meeting on October 4, 7:30 p.m. More...

Amity H.S. invites

community to More...

Events & Calendar

Calendar The following are a list of public meetings and special events for the coming week: THURSDAY, October 4

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New Sunrise Psychiatric Clinic to hold ribbon cutting ceremony

A ribbon-cutting ceremony on October 13 will celebrate the official opening of the Sunrise Psychiatric Clinic More...

Free job hunting assistance for those left jobless by September 11th tragedy

If you lost your job, as a result of the tragic September 11 terrorist attack on New York City, you will find a wealth of free resources and assistance for job hunting at the two job centers operated by the One Stop Employment Centers of the Oyster More...

Opinion

Let’s deal with the hard realities

Even before the horrific dust settled on the World Trade Center, the theorists were out in force in the newspapers, on television, in the streets, on the phone and, of course on the web. More...

Reader appreciates editorial lauding sacrifices of WWII veterans Dear Editor:

You are to be commended for your editorial (September 19th) in which you recognized our World War II veterans and heroes (my generation) who quietly and unnoticed brought our country and lives to what we are today. More...

Worn with pride The flag that hangs outside is torn and tattered the end is ripped yet it still sways proudly in the wind It is now up to full height after 288 hours midstaff This just continues to be proof

that the flag will always be there. More...

Town Master Plan in the works Officials continue to seek public’s input

As the Town of Oyster Bay meets with the public to gain input and complete a master plan that will guide the Town More...

How you can help WTC victims To donate money:

Police and public officials are asking residents to be cautious when contributing to individuals or organizations collecting money for the World Trade Center victims and their families. More...

Local folks in the news

The Nassau County Court Officers Benevolent Association endorsed the candidacy of Judge Michael Along to run for re-election in the 4th Judicial District. More...

 

People/Social

Making the dean's list

At the State University of New York at Potsdam, Potsdam, New York, Scott Donald Abrams of Massapequa received a bachelors degree in music education in May 2001. He is the son of Donald and Juliy Abrams. More...

Farmingdale graduates The following area residents have graduated from the State University of New York at Farmingdale in May 2001:

From Massapequa are Stephani R. Bailey, A.S. in business administration; Falaurie C. Bastien, A.S. in nursing; Laurette J. Bastien, A.S. in nursing; Rebecca G. Brandenburg, A.A. in liberal arts and sciences; Lisa Ferrante, A.A. More...

Schnurr / Galluzzo union

Jill Schnurr and Benjamin Galluzzo were married August 25, 2001 at the Fox Hollow in Woodbury with a reception following. The former Ms. More...

Obituaries

Dominick Tedesco, of Massapequa, former Nassau County and Community College employee

Dominick J. Tedesco, of Massapequa, died September 18, 2001. He is survived by his wife Frances M.; his children, Robert A. and his wife Barbara, Richard J. and his wife Sharon and daughter, Toni Marie Spector. Also surviving Mr. More...

John Miranda, 69, former resident of Copiague

John J. Miranda, a former resident of Copiague and Massapequa, died September 10, 2001. He was 69 years old. More...

Poll

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