January 9, 2002 RSS feed / Front Page

Fire in used car lot termed suspicious

The Nassau County Fire Marshal's Office is investigating a blaze that broke out in a car at a used car lot at Clocks Boulevard and Old Sunrise Highway, December 31. 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, January 10

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L.I. Branch of National League of American Pen Women holds art exhibit

The Long Island branch and the Suffolk branch of the National League of American Pen Women held a joint art exhibit at the Mills Pond House in Saint James. A reception was held which was sponsored by the Smithtown Township Arts Council. More...

Twins Shores Chorus to hold concert featuring International Champ Quartet

The Championship Twins Shores Chorus invites young and old to a fantastic musical experience on Saturday, January 12 when they present "Risers" a musical comedy at 2 and 7:30p.m. at Huntington H.S., Oakwood and McKay Roads in Huntington. More...

Obituaries

Irene Kranz, 69, beloved elementary school teacher in the Massapequa School District

Irene Kranz and long and well loved teacher in the Massapequa School District, died December 27, 2001 at the age of 69. More...

Harry D. Mulvey, World War I Veteran, resident of Farmingdale

Harry D. Mulvey, of Farmingdale, died December 8, 2001. He was a World War I Veteran with the 94th Infantry, Div. E.T.C. Mr. Mulvey was the owner-proprietor of Du-All Service Station in Farmingdale for many years. More...

Patricia Anne Kaufold, of Farmingdale

Patricia Anne Kaufold, of Farmingdale, died December 9, 2001. She is survived by her husband Kenneth J.; her mother, Dolores Faber; her siblings, Robert and Rebecca Faber, Linda and James Shields and Allison and Oscal Nunez. Also surviving Mrs. More...

ASD to hold school bond vote Tuesday

Amityville resident John H. Schad calls the passage of a proposed $7 million bond issue coming before voters in the Amityville School District next week "the lesser of two evils. More...

Local folks in the news

George William Nussbaum Day was proclaimed on November 8 in Nassau county by Legislator Peter J. Schmitt, the Republican Delegation Leader of the Legislature. More...

Farmingdale PTAs to hold blood drive

The Farmingdale Council of PTAs is sponsoring a district wide blood drive to fulfill the community commitment to patients in hospitals all over Long Island. It will be held Tuesday, January 15, 3:30 to 9 p.m. More...

Labriola, Fuschillo meet with Home Security Chief

New York State Assemblyman Steve Labriola (R, Massapequa) recently attended Governor Pataki More...

 

Schools/Sports

S.A.M.S reaches out to all at the holidays

The Secretaries Association of Massapequa Schools, S.A.M.S. is in the holiday cheer once again this year. Collecting money amongst themselves, they recently helped local families to have a happy Thanksgiving by making sure they had food to eat. More...

Fifth graders at Eastplain participate in Pride program

Eastplain Elementary School fifth graders answer questions posed by Nassau County Police Officer Thomas Gilberti during the Pride Program, an eight-session substance abuse awareness unit that stresses responsible decision making. More...

Flag ceremony at Eastplain School

The United Veterans Organization presented a flag education assembly to Plainedge More...

Opinion

Anonymous opinions should be ignored

It seems that the stealth writer is at it again in Massapequa Park, distributing commentary on Massapequa Park Village Mayor James Altadonna and other officials. The writer strikes anonymously, offering opinions and ideas that, unfortunately, don More...

September 11th added to an already unhealthy economy

November 2001 employment statistics released by the New York State Department of Labor show the continuing impact of September 11th on the economy and jobs, particularly in New York City. More...

Daschle Democrats are holding up prosperity for political gain Dear Editor:

I am ashamed of our Senate Democrats. They seem to be playing games with the economy for the benefit of their political party, and are not working for the benefit of all the people. More...

Poll

Do you expect to spend more this holiday season than you did last year?