March 20, 2002 RSS feed / Front Page

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Events & Calendar

Post CALENDAR OF EVENTS The following are a list of public meetings and special events for the coming week: THURSDAY, March 21

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Massapequa Cares

Massapequa Cares will take place April 13, 2002 at the Northport Veterans Hospital. More...

Town offers seniors dancing lessons

Oyster Bay Town Councilman Joe Muscarella announced that the Town of Oyster Bay Department of Community and Youth Services, Division of Senior Citizen Services, is offering free ballroom dancing lessons to senior residents at the Glen Head Community More...

Opinion

Facts speak for themselves

We rarely respond to a letter to the editor. We believe this space is reserved for our readers who should have the last word. A letter in last week More...

Cheaters, frauds and swindlers

There have been so many stories in the news lately about cheaters More...

Fire Island Solitude

Photo by Joe Walicki More...

F'dale schools recognize their best students, teachers, staff

Farmingdalers had more than Valentine More...

Oyster Bay Town Board appoints new zoning board members  

The Oyster Bay Town Board has approved the reappointments of Scott F. Guardino and Jacqueline Watters to the Town More...

MSD Committee wrestles with space issues

The Massapequa Schools Facilities Task Force continues to meet on a regular basis to discuss possible methods of addressing projected space shortages. The district More...

 

Schools/Sports

R.J. Lockhart students study penguins

Miss Saitta More...

Plainedge students create and sell address labels to benefit WTC charities

Plainedge elementary students raised approximately $4,000 for victims of the World Trade Center tragedy by designing and selling return address labels. More...

Six MHS students selected to perform at the New York State Music Association Conference

Six Massapequa High School students have been selected to perform in this year More...

Obituaries

Gene C. Browne, 77, longtime resident of Amityville

Gene C. Browne, a longtime resident of Amityville and the husband of longtime Copiague School Board Trustee Mildred Browne died February 33, 2002 at Good Samaritan Medical Center in West Islip. He was 77 and died of respiratory disease. More...

Fred Boyd, Jr, 61, lifelong resident of Farmingdale and volunteer with the Farmingdale Fire Department

Fred Boyd, Jr, a lifelong resident of Farmingdale and a volunteer with the Farmingdale Fire Department died on March 1, 2002. He was 61 years old. More...

Poll

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