February 26, 2004 RSS feed / Front Page

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At the Library...

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Events & Calendar


The following are a list of public meetings and special events for the coming week:
THURSDAY, February 26
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Monday Mourning to rock Village Pub South

Scott Andreasen, bass; Brian Fiore, guitar; Matt Kramer, vocals and Shawn Jones, drums, make up the band Monday Mourning, from Massapequa. More...


Now is the time to get involved in your school budget planning

This is our annual reminder to residents that now is the time to get informed and involved in the school budget process. More...

Stop! You’re killing me with mandates

Many Long Island school districts, including Farmingdale, will be facing excruciatingly difficult budget choices this year. More...

Hospital "sick" tax is a backhanded way to close billion dollar budget gap

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FSD to consider self-supporting driver's-ed program

The Farmingdale Board of Education agreed to consider reinstating student driver education as a self-sustaining program for Farmingdale students next year, after residents complained that abolishing it last year due to financial constraints was a poo More...

Local folks in the news

The Knights of Pythias State of New York recently held a ceremony presided over by Grand Chancellor Hon. Lloyd Merson and Grand Prelate Hon. Jerry Silver where the group installed the rank of Chancellor Commander of State Lodge No. More...



Sacred Heart Academy to compete against South Side in the Long Island Challenge

Massapequa resident Kerry Twombly is on the Sacred Heart Academy academic team that challenged South Side High School in the first round of the seventh annual Long Island Challenge on February 22. More...

Our local people in the military...

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Breanne Saitta receives scholarship award

Breanne Saitta, the ten and one-half year old granddaughter of Barbara and Ray Aarons, longtime residents of Massapequa Park, has recently received a scholarship award. More...


Michael J. and Mildred F. Girardi of Massapequa

Michael J. and Mildred F. Girardi, residents of Massapequa for 22 years, died December 7, 2003 and February 10, 2004 respectively. The couple had been married for 49 years. More...

Alphonse Milone, 80, Massapequa

Alphonse R. Milone, of North Massapequa, died February 13, 2004. He was 80 years old. More...


An obituary notice for John Lyons, which appeared in the February 18 issue, contained two errors. Mr. Lyons died at Stony Brook Hospital and lived on Willow Street in Massapequa. More...


Do you approve of the way the Obama administration is handling the Ebola crisis?