October 24, 2001 RSS feed / Front Page

Kiwanis Club sorts books for reading to children program

Massapequa Kiwanians began to sort out the thousands of children More...

Grace Day raises funds for WTC disaster

Recently a car wash and bake sale were held by students of Grace Day School in Massapequa to raise funds for disaster relief victims of the World Trade Center bombing. Pictured is Kyle Spence of Massapequa pitching in to help. More...

Joseph Tartaglia: D, L, and Working Families party lines

Joseph Tartaglia is 29 years old, born and raised in Massapequa Park, a graduate of Massapequa High School and, if he has his way, the next Nassau County Leg. in the 14th District. More...

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Schools/Sports

Kiwanis golf tournament

Massapequa Golf Committee Chairman John Kilgus shows one of the events sponsor tee flags to some of the committee members at its annual golf tournament at the Town of Oyster Bay Golf Course in Woodbury. More...

Donna McMahon of Farmingdale scores in Vytra LI Women's run

Donna McMahon, of Farmingdale, was the third woman from Long Island to cross the finish line at the 18th annual Vytra Health Plans Long Island Women More...

Eagle Scouts honored

At a recent Board meeting, Mayor James Altadonna presented citations to Jonathan Bittner and Brian Donovan on their achievement of Eagle Scout, the highest award in Boy Scouting. More...

Obituaries

Cecilia Fuccello, 80, resident of Massapequa for thirty years; local banking employee

by Carolyn James More...

Nanette Angiulo, Massapequan, at 80

Nanette Angiulo, a resident of Massapequa, died September 10, 2001. She was 80 years old. More...

Paul Kelley Sr., former local businessman, at 59

Paul D. Kelley Sr., a resident of Massapequa, died suddenly September 16, 2001. He was 59 years old and suffered a heart attack. More...

Leadership, taxes, focus of town race

Two weeks ago, the Oyster Bay Town Board held a public hearing on its proposed budget, a spending plan that maintains the town More...

A look at the lives of some of those we've lost Matthew Rogan, NYFD

Matthew Rogan grew up in a home where dedication and service was an example that was set every day in his life. More...

Local folks in the news

Nassau County Executive Thomas S. More...

School taxes due

Oyster Bay Town residents are reminded that the first half of the 2001-2002 School Tax Levy was due on October 1, but can be paid without penalty through Tuesday, November 13. Please be certain to sign your check, payable to James J. More...

Schmitt faces opposition from Tartaglia in 12th LD Peter Schmitt: R, C, RTL party lines

Six years ago, the Republican Party, still the powerhouse political force in Nassau County, nominated Peter Schmitt as its candidate to run for the 12th Legislative District. More...

 

People/Social

Chamber of Commerce welcomes new member

In the picture, Bob Rubino, first vice president of The Chamber of Commerce of the Massapequas welcomes new members Joseph Basile and Tina Basile Gotay of Salon Mystique by presenting them with a new membership certificate. More...

Service commemorating anniversary of Iwo Jima

A memorial service and banquet commemorating the 57th Anniversary of the Marines landing on Iwo Jima, will be held at the South Mesa Staff NCO Club, Camp Pendleton, Oceanside, Calif., commencing at 4 p.m., Saturday, Feb. 23, 2002. More...

Events & Calendar

Don, please call John

An individual, who listed his name only as Don, placed a book of baseball cards at the monument instructing those who picked it up to give them to the children of "our heroes." That individual is being asked by Trustee O More...

Plainedge hosts forum for parents

The Plainedge Wellness Council will hold a community forum for parents of students in grades five through 12, Monday, October 29, 7:30 p.m. at the Plainedge High School auditorium. More...

Arts Council fundraiser

A red, white and blue get together of Americans having dinner, dancing and enjoying good company and lively entertainment will take place October 26 at the new Villa Victor in Syosset. More...

Opinion

Massapequa cares

Within hours of the news about the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon, and the loss of so many lives, people around the world sought ways to express their grief and to support the men and women who continued working to help More...

September 11, 2001—A teacher’s view

As the horrific events of September 11 unfolded on live television, teachers and students alike were caught up in a chaotic swirl of emotion, facts and unbelievable images - all of which required some sort of immediate response. More...

Out of the mouths...

With all that is going on in the world today, I just had to share this story with you. On September 22, my daughter, Kelsey, age six, was outside drawing with chalk in our driveway like she does so often. More...

Poll

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