March 25, 2004 RSS feed / Front Page

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Events & Calendar


The following are a list of public meetings and special events for the coming week:
THURSDAY, March 25
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Charles M. Marino, resident of Massapequa Park

Charles M. Marino, a resident of Massapequa Park since 1976 died suddenly of a heart attack February 28, 2004. He was 55 years old. More...

New Civic Association organized in Massapequa Park Village

Mayor James Altadonna to speak at meeting April 1st

It was a civic association that gave birth to the Village of Massapequa Park and now, more than a half century later, it is a civic association that some residents hope will give The Park a rebirth. More...

Local folks in the news

Ryan Serkes and Craig Sabatini, seniors at Massapequa High School, ran New York State Track and Field Championships on March 6 in Syracuse at the Carrier Dome. More...

MHS Girls win NC Class A Relay Team Championship

On Tuesday, February 3, the Massaspequa High School girls track team won the Nassau County Class A 4 x 800 Relay Team Championship held at Suffolk County Community College. More...



MPK Homemakers to meet; Paul Vitello guest speaker

Massapequa Park Homemakers will meet Thursday, April 1, 9:30 a.m. at St. David More...

The American Black Belt Academy is a success for students and community

Back in 1994 when Tom and Lorraine LoVarco opened The American Black Belt Academy, they had no idea it would be as successful and popular as it has become. More...

PAL concludes winter basketball season

Police Activity League (PAL) recently concluded its winter basketball season. Team 3 composed of seventh and eighth graders, emerged victorious through 10 games played against worthy competitors. More...


A tribute to a Mayor of MPK

The first day I first came to Massapequa as the new editor of the Massapequa Post, I received numerous telephone calls from people who had some advice to offer, a congratulatory comment or an issue that they wanted to raise. More...

Amityville High School students get congratulations

The following comments were delivered to Amityville Memorial High School students by Superintendent Dr. Brian De Sorbe at 7:45 a.m., Friday, March 19, as the basketball team headed off to Glens Falls for the state semi finals. More...

Essay on Einstein appreciated by this reader

On my weekly visits to my grandchildren I like to pick up the local paper of my former home, when I can. More...