March 27, 2002 RSS feed / Front Page

Local folks in the news

The Massapequa Chamber of Commerce welcomed State Assemblyman Steven Labriola to a recent luncheon meeting at Paddy's Loft. More...

Special Sections

Schools/Sports

Coach running campaign to restore St. John’s HS track

by Carolyn James More...

Massapequa Power Girls win tournament

Massapequa Power girls U10 soccer team won first place in the 35th annual Rudy Lamonica Memorial Indoor Tournament held January 12. More...

Obituaries

Clara Anna Buchmaier of Vermont, former area resident for many years

Clara Anna Buchmaier, of Burlington,Vermont and formerly of Amityville, died March 9, 2002 at Starr Farm Nursing Center. More...

Mary Anari, 61, 22-year resident of Massapequa

Mary Anari, a 22-year resident of Massapequa died on March 11, 2002 at the age of 61. Born and raised in Brooklyn, she graduated from Maxwell High School and later worked for the telephone company. More...

Free mammograms

The American-Italian Cancer Foundation and St. James Church invites you to have a free mammogram, Monday, April 22, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. The Mammography Van will be in the parking lot of St. James Church, 80 Hicksville Rd., Seaford. More...

Vamps battle house fire; save dog

by Carolyn James More...

Nottonson stepping down

As we went to press this week, the Post learned that Massapequa School Board Trustee and former board president Christine Nottonson tendered her letter of resignation. An election to fill her seat on the board is expected to be held in May. More...

Town hearing set next week on condemnation of Liberty site

In an effort to ensure that federal officials make a determination to clean up the 31-acre Liberty Industrial Finishing site in Farmingdale to the highest standards possible, the Town of Oyster Bay is proposing to condemn the property and use it for More...

Schmitt to host community forum in MPK April 2

N.C. Leg. Peter J. Schmitt (R-Massapequa) will host another in his ongoing series of community forums Tuesday, April 2, at Massapequa Park Village Hall, 151 Front St. Massapequa Park. The forum begins at 7 p.m. More...

 

People/Social

Mary Krebs awarded teaching fellowship

Berner Middle School teacher Mary Krebs was recently awarded the Richard Gazzola Teacher Fellowship for Graduate Study. Mrs. Krebs was one of 12 master teachers chosen from across New York State. More...

Freise named to dean’s list

Lindsay Freise, a resident of Massapequa, was named to the dean More...

Events & Calendar

Post Calendar The following are a list of public meetings and special events for the coming week: THURSDAY, March 28

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100 days of school and counting  

The first grade students at R.J. Lockhart Elementary School in Massapequa did something very special to celebrate the 100th day of school, which took place this year on February 13. More...

Plainedge UCP to hold meeting and fashion show

The Plainedge Auxiliary of United Cerebral Palsy will hold its next general membership meeting, Monday, April 1, 8 p.m. at the North Massapequa Community Center, 214 N. Albany Ave., North Massapequa. The program will be a springtime craft. More...

Opinion

Condemnation plan for Liberty site is a winner for residents

After more than a decade of discussion and debate, the controversy over the clean up of the Liberty Industrial site may be reaching an acceptable conclusion. More...

Bethpage Parkway right of way should stay open

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It’s time those responsible for Park Avenue own up to it Dear Editor:

I cannot refrain from commenting on your lead article, March 13 and to the letter written by trustee Sam Williams. More...