February 19, 2004 RSS feed / Front Page

Massapequa HS grad and chef cooks up a trip of a lifetime down under

Chris Carpenter has a taste for life, and an enthusiasm for exploring nature and the out of doors. A 1996 graduate of Massapequa High School, he spent his early years camping with the Boy Scouts, friends and family in many of America More...

Special Sections

Events & Calendar

Post CALENDAR OF EVENTS

The following are a list of public meetings and special events for the coming week:
THURSDAY, February 19
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Obituaries

John Lyons, 50-year Massapequa Park resident

John Lyons, a 50-year Massapequa Park resident, died at New Island Hospital January 18, 2004. More...

Robert Quinn, resident of Massapequa Park for 19 years

Robert Quinn, a resident of Massapequa Park for 19 years, died in Florida January 2, 2004. He was 83 years old. Mr. Quinn was born in Jamaica, Queens and raised there. More...

James Cately, of Massapequa

James Cately, of Massapequa, died February 7, 2004. More...

MHS Boys Basketball team heading into season undefeated

The Massapequa varsity basketball team has had a tremendous start, winning their first thirteen contests with no signs of slowing down. More...

In The News

Sunday School students from St. David's Evangelical Lutheran Church, Massapequa Park, collected toys, school supplies, hygiene items and other gifts that could fill shoe boxes. More...

 

People/Social

Eleventh annual Rob’s Run

The eleventh annual edition of Rob More...

As good as gold - girl scouts earn their bronze award

Junior Girl Scouts from Birch Lane Elementary School in Massapequa Park, have successfully earned their Bronze Award. The coveted award is the highest honor a Junior Girl Scout can achieve. More...

Local student hopes to "bike off" cancer

Brian Tursi, a graduate of Massapequa High School and a senior at John Hopkins University, will take part in a two month bike trek from coast to coast to raise money for the American Cancer Society. More...

Opinion

Controversy rated "R"

for patently ridiculous

Don More...

She’s got life left in her

Well, it seems that the grand old Hubble spacecraft helped to make another great discovery. In her golden years, she picked up the light from the most distant galaxy and transmitted that information to earth. More...

Chaplain Jim Krishe - letters from Iraq

The following is the third of e-mail messages sent by Chaplain Jim Krische, 310th Military Police Battalion. He is serving in Iraq and sent the messages to family and friends. More...

Poll

Did the Baltimore Ravens and NFL handle the Ray Rice case responsibly?