January 22, 2004 RSS feed / People/Social

Womens Club holds Autumn Festival luncheon

The Women More...

NCSS High School teacher of the year

Geraldine "Geri" Hastings has been recognized as the National Council for Social Studies, NCSS High School Social Studies Teacher of the year. More...

Mango crowned Miss New York State Senior

Marie Murray Mango, of Massapequa, was crowned Miss New York State Senior of America 2003. Mango says she wasn More...

Welcome to the world Lilly Grier

Steve and Debbie Jacobson, of Farmingdale, announce the birth of their daughter, Lilly Grier, on October 30, 2003 at New Island Hospital, Bethpage. She weighed six pounds, two ounces and was 19 and one half inches long. More...

Cub Scouts present colors at Village meeting

Cub Scouts in Cub Pack #696 Den 5 recently presented the colors at a Village Board meeting in the Incorporated Village of Massapequa Park. More...

East Lake school student council participates in toy drive

East Lake School More...

Donna Marie Werner’s Dreams Fulfilled

Foundation helps terminally ill adults

Charlene Bethea Aiken, 42, a terminal cancer patient, returned home to the New York City area after a dream ten day vacation in Hawaii, courtesy of the nonprofit organization, Dreams Fulfilled, Inc. More...

Joseph Landi completes 12 week basic training for Corps’

Marine Corps. Pvt. Joseph V. Landi, son of Darlene R. and Leonard J. More...

Soldan & Pardue announce plans for 2005 wedding

Barbara and Duane Soldan of Massapequa Park and Kathy and Bill Pardue of Springfield, Virginia announce the engagement of their children, Jennifer Lynn Soldan to John Pardue. More...

Massapequa residents named to dean’s list at Geneseo

The following Massapequa residents were named to the dean More...

Poll

Was the the beheading of a woman in Moore, Oklahoma on Fri., Sept. 26 an act of terrorism on American soil, or an isolated incident involving a mentally deranged individual acting alone?