November 6, 2002 RSS feed / Front Page

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Amityville

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In Amityville, it’s elementary

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Massapequa girls varsity volleyball team wins Conference I title

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The Chiefs, lead by Coach Carol Ann Habeeb, completed a very successful regular season by capturing the title with an exciting victory over Long Beach at home before a boisterous full house on Oct. More...

Obituaries

James F. Frazer, 80, veteran of World War II

Throughout his adult life, James F. Frazer sought to help make life better for others, particularly children. More...

George E. Griffen III, formerly of Massapequa

George E. Griffen III, of Copiague and formerly of Massapequa, died October 24, 2002 from a sudden illness. He was 38 years old. Mr. Griffen made the most of life. He loved the beach and the water, his boats and his dogs. More...

Lloyd Alan Wilhusen, former owner of Lakewood Florist

Lloyd Alan Wilhusen, of Massapequa, died October 15, 2002. He was the former owner of Lakewood Florist and a Vietnam Veteran. More...

MSD settles contracts with four unions

Settlements reached over summer and finalized in congenial setting, say all sides

When Massapequa Schools opened this fall, the district began the year with new contracts for its teachers, principals and directors, chairpeople and nurses More...

MPK Village official pleads guilty to insurance fraud

Scott Wiss, the acting chairman of the Massapequa Park Board of Appeals pled guilty to insurance fraud, fifth degree October 10 before Judge Richard L. More...

Commissioner throws out petition to remove Amityville BOE president, Stephanie Andrews

An application asking for the removal of Amityville School District President Stephanie Andrews and other members of the board was rejected by the State Education Department last month on the basis of both technical errors, as well as on its merits. More...

 

People/Social

Vincent Roccaro retires....

On Saturday Sept. 28, a retirement dinner was held in honor of Vincent Roccaro of the Nassau County Youth Board. Friends and family of Roccaro dined at The City Caf More...

Tips offered by NC Aquarium Society

The Nassau County Aquarium Society will present Ginny Eckstein, The "Kiss" Principle: People Don More...

Evening with Johnny Maestro

Memorare Council #3476 Knights of Columbus will be presenting an evening of oldies starring Johnny Maestro and the Brooklyn Bridge, Sunday, November 10, 4 p.m. at Memorare Council, 2183 Jackson Ave., Seaford. More...

Events & Calendar

Post CALENDAR OF EVENTS

The following are a list of public meetings and special events for the coming week:
THURSDAY, November 7
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Friends of Massapequa Preserve celebrate anniversary

This month, Friends of Massapequa Preserve celebrates its second anniversary with several events. More...

Amity Historical Society presents an evening of three films

Three historic films will be shown Saturday, November 16, 7:30 p.m. at the Amityville Historical Society in the Lauder Museum, 170 Broadway. More...

Opinion

Editorial

Mayor is right,
Wiss should step down from ZBA

Massapequa Park Village Mayor James Altadonna has asked that Zoning Board of Appeals member Scott Wiss step down from his post. He should comply with the Mayor More...

Public Commentary

The Wall on the Mall

Having graduated West Islip High School in 1965 and then going to college, I hadn More...

A new wind is blowing in the FSD

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Poll

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