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Colonial Dames XVII Century discuss impact of modern technology

At the November meeting of the Long Island Chapter Colonial Dames XVII Century, Sam Mitchell, grandson of Samuel Seaman Underhill and son of Alice Underhill Mitchell, regaled the Colonial Dames Seventeenth Century of Long Island with history and remi More...


The following are a list of public meetings and special events for the coming week:
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The high cost of Hussein’s capture

The reports that American Coalition Forces captured a beleaguered and baffled Saddam Hussein was great news to greet us on a snowy Sunday morning. More...

The holidays: A great time to donate blood

Due to changing blood donor criteria, donor deferral rates have been increasing since 1999, with trends predicting additional deferral increases. More...

King votes for Medicare Bill in support of health care

I write on behalf of the not-for-profit hospitals on Long Island and across New York State to express our thanks and gratitude to Congressman Peter King (R-Seaford) for his effective leadership. More...

MPK Village Board reviews plan to buy 300 Bowl property for public use

Massapequa Park Village officials are discussing the possibility of purchasing the vacant site of the former 300 Bowl at 5050 Sunrise Highway for use as municipal property. More...

Local folks in the news

On November 10, Sheila Goldberg, a retired teacher from th Plainedge School District, was presented with the Nassau Income Development Award given by the American Cancer Society at its annual awards meeting. More...



East Lake Students learn about veterans in a personal way

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MHS students in National Merit program

Last October, more than one million students took the 2002 PSAT/NMSQT and entered the National Merit Program. The National Merit Program is a nationwide competition for recognition and awards conducted by the National Merit Scholarship Corp. More...


Sherry Geldert, 55, Massapequa resident

Sherry Geldert, a resident of Massapequa since 1976, died suddenly of a blood clot during surgery. She reposed at the Massapequa Funeral Home north Chapel December 4, 2003. She was 55 years old. More...

Naomi W. Downs, 75, formerly of Massapequa

Naomi W. Downs, of Staten Island and formerly of Massapequa and Lake Worth, Florida, died December 2, 2003 at the age of 75. More...

Mary Williamson, 86, formerly of Massapequa

Mary Williamson, a former 28-year-resident of Massapequa, died November 26, 2003 at Central Island Health Care Facility in Plainview. She was 86 years old. More...