January 15, 2004 RSS feed / Front Page

Massapequa FD recognizes poster contest winners

On Monday December 8, 7:30 p.m. the Massapequa Fire Department conducted its annual Fire Prevention Award Ceremonies at its district offices at One Brooklyn Ave. More...

Massapequan makes Guiness Book of World Records

Avid movie fan watches 66 hours of films

Allan Press of Massapequa Park made the Guiness Book of World Records at 4:30 a.m., Dec 8 when he completed 66 hours and 30 minutes of continuous movie viewing with 10 other individuals. More...

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Thomas Akron, veteran and resident of Massapequa

Thomas Akron of Massapequa was known for his love of travel, his sense of humor and his devotion to family. "He never lost his sense of humor right up to the very end," said his wife Nancy. More...

ASD officials make changes to lunch program

The Amityville School District is serving up some changes to its cafeteria program in an effort, said school officials, to determine what can be provided under the current board-approved schedule, and what the board decides needs to be added to the p More...

Local folks in the news

Legislator Edward Mangano recently joined with Plainedge Seniors, from left to right, Lucy Silo, second vice president; Geri Broows, treasurer; Patsy Anzalone, president; Natalie Heath, assistant treasurer and Ruth Werner in congratulating club membe More...

COBay Dems meet tonite

The Central Oyster Bay Democratic Club will hold its annual meeting, Wednesday, January 14, at 7:30 p.m. in the Community Room at the Ellsworth W. Allen Town Park on Motor Avenue in Farmingdale. More...



John Rywelski named Massapequa Kiwanian of the year

The Kiwanis Club of Massapequa named John Rywelski Kiwanian of the Year at its 55th annual Installation of Officers Dinner Dance at Clearwater More...

Massapequa School

Board Buzz

The following is a summary of actions taken by the Massapequa Board of Education at its regularly scheduled meeting on January 8, 2004. More...

South Farmingdale Water district unveils new well

South Farmingdale Water District announced the unveiling of its new 600-foot deep well at Plant No. 2. located at Lourae Drive. More...


Elections are over, it’s time to get down to the business of the people

The election is over, the political rhetoric has toned down and it is now time for our elected officials to get busy and address the issue of the county-owned property on Old Sunrise Highway in Massapequa. More...

Massapequa Park Village decision on 300 Bowl was wrong

The Massapequa Park mayor More...

Schmitt protest is disingenuous

A few days ago, I received a postcard from County Legislator Schmitt, explaining how to protest and thereby lower my 2004 county tax bill. This is useful information, and I thank Legislator Schmitt for sending it. More...