April 22, 2004 RSS feed / Front Page

Local folks in the news

Scouts from Pack 339, St. David's Church, Massapequa, had an opportunity to learn how a local community newspaper is put together each week when they visited the offices of the Massapequa Post. More...

Amityville Library vote Tomorrow, 4/22

The Amityville Public Library will hold it 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, April 22
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Massapequa Cares Chairman presented with donation from MPK Merchants Association

Tom Banks, chairman of Massapequa Cares is presented with a check from Carol Leff, president of the Massapequa Park Merchants Association. More...

St. Davids preschoolers join in nationwide

Hop-a-Thon to benefit Muscular Dystrophy

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Opinion

Wake up and get field of dreams moving again

There were resoundingly lofty hopes when the Town of Oyster Bay and the County of Nassau announced several weeks ago that the final agreement for the Town More...

The birds of summer

Balmy breezes and sunny skies this week gave hope that spring and summer is here to sit a spell. More...

Landscapers must be licensed by Oyster Bay

In 1997, the Town approved a local law mandating that all persons, companies or corporations doing landscaping for hire in the Town of Oyster Bay be licensed by the Town. More...

Keep on lookout for beetle; USDA to inject trees in quarantine area

Oyster Bay Town Councilman Angelo A. Delligatti is, once again, asking residents to be on the alert for infestations of the Asian Longhorned Beetle and to participate in the U.S. Department of Agriculture More...

ASD keeps BEAT with Time

Amityville High School has plenty of Time. More...

ASD seeks community's help in recognizing students' excellence

The Amityville School District is preparing to hold its annual Parade of Excellence, tentatively scheduled this year for June 12. The event recognizes students for their academic, athletic and community achievement. More...

POLICE BLOTTER

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People/Social

Christina Marie Solomita has poetry honored

Christina Marie Solomita, the daughter of Paul Solomita, a newspaper sales representative for Pennysaver and a member of the Massapequa Chamber of Commerce, was honored recently to have her poem listed on poetry.com. More...

Laura Fielding to wed Frank Fiorillo

Brendan and Brenda Fielding of Massapequa Park are proud to announce the engagement of their daughter Laura to Frank Fiorillo, son of Frank and Francine Fiorillo, also of Massapequa Park. More...

Welcome Meghan Mackenzie

Kevin and Katie Haug of Seaford, announce the birth of their first child, a daughter, Meghan Mackenzie, who was born March 25, 2004, 7:25 a.m. Baby Meghan tipped the scales at five pounds, 12 ounces and was 18 inches long. More...

Obituaries

Margaret Haag longtime resident of Massapequa Park

Margaret Haag, a 51-year resident of Massapequa Park, was looking forward to the summertime when she would make her customary trips to the races at Saratoga, and Bolton Lake in upstate New York, her traditional vacationing spot since 1955. More...

Robert E. Gretschel, 81, formerly of Massapequa

Robert E. Gretschel, of Leisure Glenn, Ridge and formerly of Massapequa, died January 5, 2004 after a long illness. He was 81 years old. More...

Poll

Should President Barack Obama grant amnesty to illegal immigrants through a Presidential executive order?