October 9, 2002 RSS feed / Front Page

MSD meeting

The Massapequa School District is holding a special meeting tomorrow night, 7 p.m. On the agenda are district facilities. More...

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Schools/Sports

Massapequa Mustangs Results, Opening Day

Flag Division

In their first game of the year and for many of the players the first game of their lives The Redskins performed with an enthusiasm that showed no bounds. More...

Girls PAL team wins world series game

On August 12, the Massapequa Park PAL girls under 10 New York Yankees baseball team won a mock World Series game at Lou Anthony Park against the Massapequa Marlins by a score of 12-1. More...

Events & Calendar

Free mammograms available in Nassau

Mammograms are available at no out-of-pocket costs to any Nassau woman over 40 who has not had a mammogram in the past year. The mammograms, a joint effort of Planned Parenthood and the Nassau Health Care Corp. More...

Local bands perform for Musca family charity

On September 15, a group of local bands got together to raise money at a charity show for the Musca family. The show was organized by Doug Barritt, Brad Caliman and Jay Muhlithaler, all eleventh graders at Massapequa High School. More...

Nassau County Bar Association to hold free senior seminar

Elder Options - Making Wise Choices, a seminar focusing on issues relevant to the maturing and senior segment of Nassau County residents, will be held Tuesday, October 15, 2:30 to 4:30 at the Nassau county Bar Association, 15th and West Streets, Mine More...

Oyster Bay to hold daytime and evening meeting Tuesday on 2003 Town budget  

The Town of Oyster Bay will hold a day and night hearing on Tuesday, October 15, on the proposed $153,081,994 2003 preliminary Town budget. More...

MPK Village dedicates Courtroom in name of Justice James Morris

In memory of the late Acting Village Justice James J. Morris the Village of Massapequa Park dedicated the Village Courtroom in his name. Mayor James Altadonna saluted Justice Morris for his dedicated service and caring personality. More...

Please Meet: Amityville’s new school superintendent, Dr. Brian De Sorbe

The first step to bringing about constructive change has to be taken with an open mind and a clear vision. And, an element of trust between everyone who is part of the process. More...

 

People/Social

Amityville Historical Society views old heritage celebration film at meeting

It was a full house on Wednesday night September 18, as the Amityville Historical Society held a meeting in the Lauder Museum unlike any other. It started with a rundown of events ready by Bill Lauder, Seth Purdy, Joseph Guidice and Larry Basile. More...

Amity Historical Society to hold 20s Soiree

The Amityville Historical society is holding a Roaring 20s Soiree, Saturday, October 19, 7 to 11 p.m. at the Unqua Corinthian yacht Club, Unqua Place, Amityville. More...

Library

At the Library...

Massapequa
523 Central Avenue
798-4607
Massapequa Park
40 Harbor Lane
799-0770
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Obituaries

Mary Rando, 87, resident of Massapequa for 50 years

Mary Rando, a resident of Massapequa for 50 years, died October 1, 2002. She was 87 years old. More...

Stephen J. Monfett, a resident of Massapequa

Stephen J. Monfett, a resident of Massapequa, died September 12, 2002. Mr. Monfett, a graduate of Amityville Memorial High School, was born March 29, 1953 in Rockville Centre. More...

Opinion

Editorial

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Public Commentary

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The American public has been led by our government and the media to believe that the perpetrators of the evil act of 9/11 was organized and well financed by those who would strike again. More...

Poll

Should President Barack Obama grant amnesty to illegal immigrants through a Presidential executive order?