May 29, 2002 RSS feed / Front Page

Local folks in the news

Massapequa Kiwanis President Bill Van Wagner, second from left, is shown ringing the famous Kiwanis Bell to congratulate the evening's speaker, David Rothman on his presentation. More...

Controversy caught on film

Photos are of the front of the two voting machines at the Amityville High School, which officials say were loaded differently but represent no confusion about the outcome. More...

Special Sections

Schools/Sports

Birch Lane School students tour New York State Capital

Senator Charles Fuschillo, Jr. (8th Senate District) and Assemblyman Steven Labriola (12th Assembly District) recently welcomed the fourth grade class from Birch Lane School in Massapequa to Albany. More...

Opinion

Did you show up at the polls

Tuesday, May 21st? More...

Guest Editorial A reflection on a single event that changed my life

As I sit here at St. Paul More...

Village needs meeting room for all local groups Dear Editor:

The commentary by Mr. Leff in the Massapequa Post of May 22 regarding the use of Village properties has touched a sore wound. More...

Masspequa vamps put out house blaze

Residents living near a home on Brendan Avenue, Massapequa Park called police and fire volunteers in the late afternoon May 5 to report at a blaze a neighbor's home. More...

ASD budget okay'd; MAC

pack candidates elected More...

Real flag wavers

These lovely ladies were caught practicing for the Memorial Day parade along Park Boulevard in Massapequa Park recently. More...

Results of the Amityville School Board election and budget proposal were as follows:

Polling Place: Northeast More...

 

People/Social

Sylvia Packard Middle School students score well in Johns Hopkins talent search

Six Sylvia Packard Middle School students are being recognized for their outstanding scores in the math SAT exam taken in January as part of the Johns Hopkins Talent Search Program. More...

Massapequa Chamber of Commerce welcomes new members

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

Library

At the Library Massapequa

523 Central Ave, Massapequa & 40 Harbor La., Massapequa Park More...

Obituaries

Viola E. Broman, former resident of Farmingdale

Viola E. Broman, of Palm City, Florida and formerly of Babylon and Farmingdale, died May 13, 2002. Mrs. Broman is predeceased by her husband Clifford. More...

Ethel S. Fitzpatrick, former resident of E. Massapequa

Ethel S. Fitzpatrick, of Sherburne, New York and a former resident of East Massapequa, died May 21, 2002 at Community Memorial Hospital, Hamilton, New York. She was 92 years old. More...

Poll

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