April 17, 2002 RSS feed / Front Page

Massapequa girl hoopsters win tournament

The Massapequa girls basketball team recently won their second Nassau Class A Tournament in three years when they knocked off No. 7 Valley Stream, 68-42, at Hofstra Arena on March 2. More...

Massapequa Park population: +3

One beautiful spring day recently, Bill Delmage of Massapequa Park took his triplets out for a walk along Park Boulevard and the threesome had their photo taken by a roving photographer for the Post. More...

Special Sections

Obituaries

Harold Gill, 81, a resident of Massapequa since 1951

Harold Gill, a resident of Massapequa since 1951, died on March 26, 2002 at the age of 81. Born and raised in Queens, Mr. Gill attended Queens public schools and graduated from Pratt Institute in Brooklyn. More...

James J. Renna, 56, former Massapequa businessman and Air Force veteran

James J. Renna, a former Massapequa businessman, and an Air Force veteran died February 28, 2002 in Las Vegas, Nevada. He was 56 years old. More...

Opinion

Keeping faith with the public on school budgets

As school districts prepare their final budgets, they make every effort to explain to the voters what the increases are, what they are for and what impact they will have on their annual tax bills. It More...

Correction:

In an editorial endorsing candidates for the Village election, which appeared in the March 13 edition incorrectly identified the party for Gail Klubnick and Camillo Giannattasio. They ran on the Freedom Party line. More...

Farmingdale School District’s student attendance policy under review

In one of his saner moments, Woody Allen said, "Eighty percent of life is just showing up." More...

Pequan organizes effort to help families of World Trade Center victims

What do Sears in Massapequa, Home Depot in Copiague, and Pete More...

Registration underway for MSD budget vote

The Massapequa School District is planning a series of supplementary voter registration dates to provide ample opportunity for all residents to register. More...

Local folks in the news

Preparing for a basketball game at Grace Day School in Massapequa are members of the boys' basketball team. More...

MPK Village extends hours

MPK Mayor James Altadonna announced that Village Hall will be open Thursday evenings until 8 p.m. during May and June so residents can purchase permits and licenses and pay property taxes. For more information, call 798-0244. More...

 

Events & Calendar

Community Calendar The following are a list of public meetings and special events for the coming week:

THURSDAY, April 18 More...

Second S.T.O.P. day scheduled this month

The second of nine S.T.O.P. (Stop Throwing Out Pollutants) collection days for Oyster Bay Town residents is scheduled for Saturday, April 20, according to Town Councilwoman Mary A. McCaffery. More...

USPS Letter carriers Food Drive 2002 to begin

As part of a national effort, the National Association of Letter Carriers Branch 6000, and the U.S. Postal Service have joined with local community organizations for the eighth annual island-wide effort to collect food for the hungry. More...