July 31, 2002 RSS feed / Front Page

Please Meet: Our journalism interns

Two Hofstra journalism students, Rodan Rahaman and Sofiya Skackho, completed internships with the Amityville Record, Babylon Beacon and Massapequa Post. More...

Local to represent LI at Empire Games in Syracuse this week

Greg Valenski, a sophomore honor student at Massapequa High School, was selected as a member of the ice hockey team that will represent Long Island at this year's New York Empire Games. More...

Special Sections


Massapequa High School girl’s lacrosse players honored

The Nassau County Girls Lacrosse Association held its annual award dinner at the Crest Hollow Country Club in Woodbury on June 10. More...

Town employee tapped for President’s Council on physical fitness

Town employee and former Yankee Defensive Specialist, centerfielder Rusty Torres, was invited to join President George W. More...

Massapequa Power girls soccer team earns Triple Crown

Massapequa Power girls U10 soccer team scored a Triple Crown this season, taking first place in the girls U10 Nassau County Division I, winning the Eastern new York State Youth Soccer Association Cup and the Long Island Waldbaums Cup. More...

Events & Calendar


The following are a list of public meetings and special events for the coming week:
THURSDAY, August 1
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Anti-graffiti campaign brochure available

Oyster Bay Town Councilman Chris J. Coschignano advises residents that the Town has available an informative brochure detailing the Town More...

Broadway comes to Oyster Bay

"Music Under The Stars" 2002 is giving everyone More...

Local MHS graduate serving in Afghanistan

Waiting on Massapequa Park resident Linda Baffa More...

Local folks in the news

Chamber of Commerce of the Massapequas officers recently celebrated Gertrude Olin's birthday at Bella Antonia's Restaurant. Olin is the Chamber secretary. More...

AHS Boys track team wins All-American honors

The Amityville High School Boys Spring Track Team completed an accomplished season at the Adidas Nationals in Raleigh, North Carolina with six athletes bringing home All-American honors. More...

MHS Hall of Fame to host induction dinner August 5th

This year the Massapequa Hall of Fame will induct seven alumni from Berner and Massapequa High Schools and one staff member and will award four $1,000 scholarships to 2002 graduates of Massapequa High School. More...



Farmingdale honors educator

Ellen Krammer, administrative director for the Farmingdale School District, was recently honored with the Lousette James Turner Award, "for her outstanding dedication to the students of Farmingdale," as well as "for her unstinting effo More...

Kiwanis Club and YES Counseling center raise money for community center

Massapequa Kiwanis President Bill Van Wagner is shown with prominent Kiwanis professional women enjoying the YES Counseling Service awards dinner where thousands of dollars were raised to build a neighborhood community center to serve the needs of Ma More...

Passages Counseling Center gets help from teens

Mr. Vincent Valenti More...


At the Library...

523 Central Avenue
Massapequa Park
40 Harbor Lane
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Mario A. Colletti, 42-year resident of Massapequa

Mario A. Colletti, a 42-year resident of Massapequa, died on July 7, 2002. More...


This week’s Outrage

counted wrong

A resident sent us this note of outrage. More...

Four friends share a sweet treat

Shown in photo, left to right, are Melanie Zdrojeski, Jackie Berge, Cassie Zdrojeski and Kerry Nyreen of Massapequa. The girls were taking a break from the summer heat, enjoying a cool treat along Park Boulevard, Massapequa Park. More...

Hannon cautions about protecting children from drowning

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