August 19, 2004 RSS feed / Front Page

Mike James, local NBA star makes LI proud

Amityville native and professional basketball player Mike James doesn More...

POLICE BLOTTER

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OB Town reappoints Andruzzi

The Oyster Bay Town Board has reappointed Robert W. Andruzzi of Plainview as chairman of the Town of Oyster Bay Housing Authority for a five-year term effective September 1, 2004, through August 31, 2009, according to Town Councilman Angelo A. More...

Massapequa man pleads guilty to killing two people with lethal injections of heroin

Nassau County District Attorney Denis Dillon announced today that a Massapequa man has pleaded guilty to two separate killings, a decade apart, in which the victims were injected with a lethal dose of heroin. More...

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Chase celebrates extended branch hours

Steven Labriola, Town Clerk of Oyster Bay and the Chase branch in North Massapequa celebrated the launch of extended branch hours with a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Tuesday, July 7. More...

Met Life Auto and Home awards Saperstein Agency Upper Echelon

July 21 MetLife Auto and Home announced that Saperstein Agency has been selected as one of the company More...

Prudential real estate names chairman's circle

Michele Goodman of Prudential Douglas Elliman Real Estate in Massapequa has been named to Prudential Real Estate Affiliates, Inc., prestigious Chairman More...

Opinion

Mike James, a star athlete and a great human being

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Humanity is the cure for all social ills

On July 8, in a Letter to the Editor, a Ms. Teresa Foster of Amityville, expressed her horror over the racism displayed during a basketball game. We should all be grateful that there are local residents who descry such behavior. More...

Pres. Bush did what any good leader should do

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Massapequa Park Village expands its code enforcement department to address loitering

In an effort to step-up enforcement, and increase the presence of authority in Massapequa Park, the Village Board of Trustees has decided to hire two additional, part-time code enforcers. More...

Local folks in the news

Massapequa resident, Alan Chasnov, receives NYS Military Awards

Senator Charles J. Fuschillo, Jr. (8th Senate District) and Assemblyman Joseph Saladino (12th Assembly District) recently presented Massapequa resident Alan Chasnov with two New York State military medals. More...

NBA Championship

On Friday, Michael James of Amityville, who was part of the NBA Championship team, the Pistons, and just signed with the Milwaukee Bucks, held a press conference announcing that he would be seeking sponsors and funding within the Town of Babylon to r More...

Fundraiser for The Jeff Braun Children’s Home Foundation held at United Skates

On June 6, the administration, faculty and students of East Lake Elementary School held a fundraiser at United Skates for The Jeff Braun Children More...

 

People/Social

Citizenship Awards presented to local students

Nassau County Legislator Dave Mejias (D-North Massapequa) recently presented Nassau County Legislature Citizenship Awards to three students. This award is presented to individuals who have made contributions to their community. More...

Making every vote count at Northside

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Massapequan Sgt. Vincent Malabo retires

Former Massapequa resident and decorated military veteran, Master Sergeant Vincent Malabo announced his retirement, effective September 1. More...

Obituaries

Nancy E. Mannon, Massapequa resident and teacher

Nancy E. Mannon, a 44-year resident of Massapequa, died July 25, 2004 of lung and brain cancer after a valiant struggle with the disease at the Hospice Inn, Melville. She was 73 years old. More...

Senator Hannon offers free forum for senior planning for the future

Senator Kemp Hannon (R-6th S.D.) is sponsoring a free forum for senior citizens, their families and those planning for the future about elder care and estate law, long term care issues, and Medicare and Medicaid. More...

Post Office reminds residents to clear area for mail delivery service

Postal Service officials are reminding customers to ensure that letter carriers have safe access to mail receptacles. More...