July 17, 2002 RSS feed / Front Page

Correction

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Schools/Sports

Local realtors feast on future of Farmingdale schools

Local realtors dined on a banquet of information about Farmingdale Schools during a recent breakfast held by the district. As the realtors enjoyed the morning More...

Unqua Elementary students meet Assemblyman Steve Labriola

New York State Assemblyman Steve Labriola (R, Massapequa) recently visited with the students of Mrs. Scanio's third grade class at the Unqua Elementary School in Massapequa. More...

Massapequa Terminators win first place in Memorial Day tournament

The Massapequa Terminators U11 boys soccer team won first place at the Memorial Day Tournament held in Massapequa. More...

Farmingdale earns Long Island girls lacrosse title

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New Amityville School Trustees sworn into office

Three newly elected Amityville School Board candidates were sworn into office June 2, just hours after the New York State Commissioner of Education Richard Mills issued a decision stating he would not block the swearing-in. More...

On patrol in Massapequa Park streets: Little Green men

The Village of Massapequa Park tried a simple but innovative way to alert drivers that they must slow down in residential streets. They purchased little green men and placed them in front of residential homes. More...

 

People/Social

Berner students in poetry contest

Alfred G. Berner seventh and eighth grade students participated in the Walt Whitman Birthplace Association poetry contest. They competed with 4,000 entrants from all over Long Island. More...

MPK "Brady Bunch" Seniors celebrate the delights of Mexico

The Massapequa Park "Brady Bunch" Seniors recently celebrated the delights of Mexico. The Senior Center was decorated and the seniors colorfully dressed for the festive occasion. More...

Events & Calendar

Post CALENDAR OF EVENTS

The following are a list of public meetings and special events for the coming week:
THURSDAY, July 18
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Obituaries

Jim Doherty, 73, former Nassau Shores resident

For many years, Jim Doherty viewed life through the lens of a camera, capturing the people and the times in which he lived and preserving them for posterity. More...

Opinion

A good way to clean up our neighborhoods

An innovative program to eliminate the instances of street level prostitution is being implemented in Brooklyn. It is seeking to have to provide the Johns who patronize these prostitutes with the option of jail time or a rehabilitative program. More...

Closing of Bargain Box is a big loss

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Poll

Did the Baltimore Ravens and NFL handle the Ray Rice case responsibly?