June 5, 2002 RSS feed / Front Page

Please Meet Pequans honored by Alzheimer Foundation

The Long Island Alzheimer More...

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Schools/Sports

McKenna Elementary School 5th grade students participate in Turn It Off program

Fifth grade students at McKenna Elementary School, Massapequa Park, participated in a program promoted by the non-profit organization V-V Turnoff Network entitled Turn It Off. Turn It Off was held during the week of April 22 to 28. More...

That’s shocking," said John Valerie, a third grader at Lockhart Elementary School who Student from

Lockhart More...

Unqua's "Boxtop Challenge"

Miss Laura Fuechtmann More...

Two projects underway to refurbish MPK

The Village of Massapequa Park is completing plans to renovate and upgrade the village parking lot on the northeast corner of Front Street and Park Boulevard. Plans, which were developed by the Village More...

Massapequa Adult Continuing Education announces Fall trips

Registration forms for bus trips to art galleries and museums this fall are available at two local libraries: Massapequa Bar Harbour Library at 40 Harbour Lane in Massapequa Park and Massapequa Public Library at 523 Central Avenue in Massapequa. More...

Local folks in the news

Mixed media artist Beth S. Goldberg has a one woman exhibit of her paintings called Inspiration at the Bern Dibner Library of Polytechnic University at 5 Metrotech Center, Brooklyn from May 2 to June 26. More...

 

People/Social

Massapequa Girl Scout receives highest honor Gold Award

New York State Assemblyman Steve Labriola (R, Massapequa) recently presented a New York State Legislative Resolution to Nicole Femminella from the Massapequa Senior Girl Scout Troop 2246. More...

Obituaries

Christian Jacobsen, 42, longtime Massapequa resident and a nurse at North Shore University

Kiersten Jacobsen, the 11 year-old daughter of Christian Jacobsen, wrote a poem for her father. The poem, titled "Daddy," reads: More...

Opinion

Who were those

lawn chair Centurians? More...

The right to speak and the right not to listen

Over this past weekend, some residents in Massapequa received an unsolicited anti-semitic, rascist newspaper. The paper was folded and placed in their doorways or railings and included very hateful articles, photos and statements. More...

MPK Village: Open to the public but cautious Dear Editor:

I write in response to a letter "MPK should require insurance from every outside group who uses Village facilities." The author of this letter, Mr. Robert M. More...