August 14, 2002 RSS feed / Front Page

Town's Labor Day sanitation schedule

The Oyster Bay Town sanitation collection schedule will be modified for the Monday, September 2, Labor Day holiday. More...

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523 Central Avenue
Massapequa Park
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Events & Calendar


The following are a list of public meetings and special events for the coming week:
THURSDAY, August 15
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Celebration rosary walk to be held

A pro-life liturgical celebration and rosary walk in honor of the Feast of the Queenship of Mary will be held August 22. At 7 p.m., a mass will be said at St. More...

Vendors needed for Craft Fair

St. James Parish, 80 Hicksville Rd., Seaford, is looking for vendors for its annual holiday craft to be held November 30. For further information, call 731-3710. More...


News, presented responsibly

Has anyone read the coverage of America More...

Laws guaranteeing public access to government records is vital in a democracy

It has been recently reported that the Mayor of this Village is attempting to change the law of the State of New York that was enacted to give the public the right to have access to public records of a municipality so that the public can be made full More...

Cartoonist—and Dennis Miller—are right

I really enjoyed the editorial cartoon in the July 18th issue. More...

Plainedge construction project moving forward

Construction on new middle school
to begin shortly

The Plainedge school district is approaching the next step in its major renovation and expansion projects, awaiting the demolition of portions of the Northedge building. Once that is complete construction on a new middle school will begin. More...

Locals honored for service to LIBS

Oyster Bay Town Councilman Joe Muscarella and his secretary Grace McKenna, right, of North Massapequa were presented with plaques from Marian Haberman of the Long Island Blood Service, a division of Long Island Blood Center, for overseeing the collec More...

Labor union says ASD project is dangerous

District says issue is about union job security, not safety

A large inflated rat sitting on the front lawn of the Park Avenue administration building is sending a message from the Asbestos, Lead and Hazardous Waste Laborers local: They More...



Lockhart Elementary students participate in There Ought to be a Law contest

Christi Hacher, a sixth grade student at Lockhart Elementary School, was selected as a finalist in the "There Ought to be a Law" contest sponsored by Kemp Hannon of the Sixth Senate District. More...

North Massapequa resident appearing in musical at Main Stage

Allie Henkel, of North Massapequa, the fifth child of Phyllis Silver Henkel and the late Paul Henkel, has been cast in the main stage ensemble of the musical Tommy. More...

Grace Day school students paint murals

Recently, students at Grace Day School in Massapequa prepared murals depicting athletic events. These paintings now decorate the school's gymnasium/parish hall. Pictured on left is Kim Clabby of Massapequa working on her mural. More...


Michael O’Neill, 41, of Massapequa, local businessman

On any given Sunday afternoon, Michael O More...

Edith Sundman of Massapequa

Edith M. Sundman, of Massapequa, died August 2, 2002. Surviving her are her husband, William G. Sundman, her son, John Sundman and her granddaughter, Heather. More...

Richard LoPresti of North Massapequa

Richard L. LoPresti, of North Massapequa, died August 4, 2002 at the age of 56. Mr. More...


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