October 1, 2003 RSS feed / Front Page

MPK Village remembers firefighter Ronald Hoerner

If it was raining as Ronald Hoerner and his wife Barbara set off on their vacation, Ronald was happy. "He always said it was a sign that we would have a good time," said his wife. More...

Massapequa School Board News

The following is a summary of actions taken by the Massapequa Board of Education at its regularly scheduled meeting on September 18, 2003. More...

Special Sections


At the Library...

523 Central Avenue
Massapequa Park
40 Harbor Lane
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Events & Calendar


The following are a list of public meetings and special events for the coming week:
THURSDAY, October 2
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Massapequa Chiefs lose heartbreaker in game one

A season of high expectations took a major hit right off the bat as the Massapequa Chiefs varsity football team lost its opening game to Syosset 17-14. More...

Registration for NMFD

Ragamuffin Parade Oct. 3

The North Massapequa Fire Department, in conjunction with participating local merchants and organizations, is hosting the 29th annual Children More...

Local folks in the news

Plainedge High School Spanish teacher Aurora O'Brien congratulates students Angelita Isenberg and Shane Colton for achieving Honorable Mention status in the National Spanish Exam. More...

7th annual Columbus Lodge festival October 5th

Oyster Bay Town Supervisor John Venditto announced that on Sunday, October 5, North Broadway, from North Beech Street to North Kings Street in North Massapequa, will, once again, be the backdrop for the annual Columbus Lodge Feast and Festival, co-sp More...



Massapequa Steelers secure second place in Labor Day Tournament

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Lil Spirit wins first place in American Ref-Fuel soccer tournament

The Massapequa Lil Spirit played its way to a first-place finish in the girls 10 and under Red Division in the 25th annual American Ref-Fuel Soccer Tournament, New York State More...


Become an informed voter

As we head into the final weeks before the elections, the political debate between the candidates vying for Town and County offices is bound to reach a higher and shriller pitch. More...

Holding children to higher standard in the Mepham football camp incident

The alleged hazing incident at the summer football camp by Mepham High School students has been all over the news lately. The incident is serious, unforgivable and must be punished in accordance with the law. More...

Why can’t the Massapequa Park

Long Island Railroad station be kept cleaner? More...