March 18, 2004 RSS feed / Front Page

Oyster Bay Town Board gives thumbs up to Field of Dreams; thumbs down to Lowe's

and Kate Mayberry

An longstanding and highly controversial application to construct a Lowe More...

Massapequa Board Buzz

On Thursday, March 11, the Massapequa Board of Education held the third in a series of five public meetings designed to explain the proposed school budget for 2004-2005. More...

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Schools/Sports

Nassau high school hockey all-stars

Massapequa High School seniors Patrick Jones and Eric Conway were members of the Nassau County high school hockey all-star team that defeated Suffolk County, 7 to 5 in the eighth annual Vytra Cup, played recently in Nassau Coliseum in front of 3,500 More...

Massapequa High School runners take 2nd place in GLIRC

Massapequa High School runners Mike Argonzio, John Grunert and Nick Peretta combined to take second place honors overall out of 125 teams who completed the sixth annual Great Long Island Running Club Trail Relay at Bethpage State Park on Sunday morni More...

Obituaries

Brian McPhail, former resident of Massapequa

Brian McPhail could walk into a room of 500 people, and in 10 minutes he More...

Thomas P. Cody, of Massapequa

Thomas P. Cody, of Massapequa, died February 23, 2004. More...

Peter Foti, resident of Massapequa since 1968

Peter Foti who was a resident of Massapequa since 1968, was known for his caring, loving and easygoing attitude. He was a dedicated man and worked hard to support and care for his family, said his son Peter. More...

Recognition for Sunrise Mall employee who turned in 12K

How much is your honesty worth. For Steve Bills, an employee at the Sunrise Mall in Massapequa, a lot more than $12,400. More...

Local folks in the news

Massapequa Parks' Birch Lane Elementary School blood drive poster contest winners are all smiles. More...

Mustangs hold annual awards dinner

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People/Social

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Warriors win SE Regional; on to state semi finals

Moving one step closer to their fifth state championship, the Amityville Warriors defeated South Side Cyclones late Friday, 70-62. More...

DAR holds essay awards luncheon

The Colonel Gilbert Potter Chapter of the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution held a fingertip luncheon and awards ceremony on February 12. Regent Jeannette Krauszer and American History Chairman Susan Nifenecker officiated. More...

Opinion

It’s a real dream come true for Massapequa

We have, in this space, prodded and pushed Oyster Bay Town Supervisor John Venditto and Nassau County Executive Tom Suozzi to come up with a plan that made the town More...

Writer defends her position on school controversy

This letter is addressed to the Amato children in response to their letter that appeared in the Amityville Record, February 18 and the Massapequa Post, February 11. More...

Reader is thankful for Amityville teacher and her contributions

I have been reading, for too long, the antics that the School Board has been engaging in regarding Mrs. Susan Amato. I was outraged at the accusations being cast upon her. More...

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