October 2, 2002 RSS feed / Front Page

Come to the Fair

Massapequa Park's Annual Harvest Fair is set for Sunday, October 6, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Brady Park. The Harvest Fair, sponsored by the Village of Massapequa Park, has proven itself to be one of the most popular Harvest Fairs on Long Island. More...

Special Sections

Events & Calendar

Post CALENDAR OF EVENTS

The following are a list of public meetings and special events for the coming week:
THURSDAY, October 3
Full Story

Luke Neuhedel Foundation holds Lukefest to help fight childrens cancer

The Luke Neuhedel Foundation held LUKEFEST, a fundraiser on Spruce Street in Massapequa Park on August 3. More...

TOB to hold art appreciation discusion group for seniors

The Town of Oyster Bay Department of Community and Youth Services invites Town seniors to participate in an art appreciation discussion group, according to Town Councilwoman Bonnie A. Eisler. More...

Opinion

Editorial

MPK Village Emergency Preparedness Committee shines

The Massapequa Park Village government has an Emergency Preparedness Committee in place that is about the best around. The committee has ensured over the past several years that the required legal document outlining the Village More...

Public Commentary

Don

At some point in the teenage years, most parents will discover that their loving children are mortified to be seen in public with them. It More...

Pedestrian crosswalk in Massapequa Park Village is unsafe

Approximately two weeks ago as I sat in my office where I overlook the cross-walk on Park Boulevard and Taylor Avenue, I witnessed what almost became our Village More...

MPK Zoning Board Chairman James McGuire resigns

ZBA members meet with Village board
to iron out issues

After what appears to have been an ongoing struggle between the chairman of the Massapequa Park Zoning Board of Appeals James McGuire, and its members, McGuire has stepped down. More...

Plainedge in phase two of construction

Phase two of Plainedge School District More...

 

People/Social

School is open - drive safely

"School is Open More...

Refurbishing the LIRR

Mayor Altadonna recently reviewed the plan for the refurbishment of the Massapequa Park Long Island Railroad with Senator Charles Fuschillo and Assemblyman Steve Labriola who were successful in securing $804,000 for this project. More...

Farmingdale welcomes new director of

Special Education

For Patrick Harrigan, the Farmingdale School District More...

Obituaries

Angela M. Lillis, of North Massapequa

Angela M. Lillis, of North Massapequa, died August 28, 2002 at the age of 45. More...

Shirley Gartenstein Stern, attorney, educator and wife of Rabbi Emeritus at Temple Sinai in Massapequa

Shirley Gartenstein Stern was memorialized on September 19, 2002 at a service sponsored by the Jewish Students Association at St. John More...

Dr. T. Eugene Reed, Long Island civil rights leader

When Dr. T. Eugene Reed began talking about civil rights in the early 1960s, it was not a popular subject, particularly on Long Island where he lived in Amityville and maintained a dental practice. More...