May 8, 2002 RSS feed / Front Page

Amity School Board divided over issue of portables

The Amityville School Board More...

Corrections:

A story that appeared in the school section of our newspaper March 20 identified the use of the Velcro® brand was used without indicating that it is a registered trademark. 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, May 9 More...

Grace Day School holds auction

Recently, a Grace Day School goods and services auction to raise funds for a new school modular unit was held at the Riviera in Massapequa. More...

Third S.T.O.P. day scheduled

The third of nine S.T.O.P. (Stop Throwing Out Pollutants) collection days for Oyster Bay Town residents is scheduled for Saturday, May 19, according to Town Councilwoman Mary A. McCaffery. More...

Opinion

Becoming a mother is a transformation of self

For centuries poets have been trying to explain the essence of love, and they will continue for centuries to come, because love is not describable. Likewise, anyone who is not a mother could never understand what it means to be one. More...

The real scoop on school construction project Dear Editor:

Answering Ms. Andrews More...

Motherhood is a transformation of self

For centuries poets have been trying to explain the essence of love, and they will continue for centuries to come, because love is not describable. Likewise, anyone who is not a mother could never understand what it means to be one. More...

Massapequa, F'dale and Plainedge Schools holding budget hearings

Farmingdale School officials have been working "intensively" since they returned from winter break to put together a school budget that they said has been extremely difficult this year, due to several factors that are driving up costs incl More...

Letter carriers help stamp out hunger

The Long Island National Association of Letter Carriers, Branch 6000, along with the United States Postal Service, United Way of Long Island, Island Harvest, Long Island Cares, The Interfaith Nutrition Network and the Long Island Volunteer Center, i More...

Berner eighth graders dress for success during "Career Week."

Eighth grade students in the Keyboarding/Study Skills classes at Berner Middle School were able to experience careers firsthand during Career Week. More...

 

People/Social

New members welcomed

The Massapequa Chamber of Commerce welcomed new members at a recent luncheon meeting held at Paddy More...

MPK Republican Club to hold annual golf outing

The Massapequa Park Republican Club will hold its annual golf outing Monday, May 20, 1 p.m. shotgun start at Eisenhower Park, East Meadow, Red Course. More...

The Hayes’ of Bay Shore announce birth of their son,

Scott and Kristen Hayes, of Bay Shore, announce the birth of their son Evan Scott on April 6, 2002. He weighed eight pounds, three and one half ounces and was 19 inches long. More...

Obituaries

John J. Muir, 80, 19-year resident of Massapequa Park

John J. Muir was a very independent man. His son Thomas said he knew how he wanted things done, but never wanted to bother anybody. More...

Dorothy J. Ferris, former Massapequa resident

Dorothy J. Ferris, of Orange City, Florida and a former resident of Massapequa, died April 19, 2002 at the age of 85. More...

Frances Gallo, longtime Massapequa resident

Frances Gallo, a resident of Massapequa for nearly 50 years, died on March 25, 2002 at the age of 79. More...