August 26, 2004 RSS feed / Front Page

John Koch recognized as Eagle Scout

Massapequa Boy Scouts Troop 691 inducted their first ever Eagle Scout at an Eagle Court of Honor recently. Nassau County Legislator Peter J. Schmitt was on hand to present Special Legislative recognition to Eagle Scout John D. More...

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Events & Calendar

The following are a list of public meetings and special events for the coming week

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L.I. Yoga to hold workshop

The Long Island Yoga Association will hold a workshop with Ravi Singh and Ana Brett, Saturday, September 11, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the United Methodist Church, 407 Main St., Farmingdale. For information call 631-261-1777. More...

MPK holds annual merchants fair

Mayor James Altadonna, along with Deputy Mayor Joseph Pinto, Trustees Harry Jacobson and Teresa Spinosa, were on hand to welcome residents to the Annual Merchants Street Fair. More...



Time to bring in our plants and our children

The golden tones of August More...

Kerry’s Senate record more important than his war record

All those who have served in our military over the years have my respect. That includes John F. Kerry who, like millions of others, is included in this group. More...

Homosexuality: Is it a fixed identify or a serious sin?

Chairman, Traditional Values Coalition

If New Jersey Governor Jim McGreevey is telling us the truth, he has committed two serious sexual sins against God and his wife: Adultery and Sodomy. More...

Local bank robbed, police seek public's help

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Massapequa High Seniors receive scholarships

At the Massapequa High School awards ceremony held May 19, the Robert A. Conroy Jr. Foundation presented scholarships to two deserving seniors. The recipients were Michelle Kuhns and Theresa Wood. More...



FHS Carpenters make LI beaches a little safer

Anyone who has been enjoying fun in the sun on Long Island More...

Farmingdale third grade readers earn "All-Star" Medals

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Schwarting students ‘Jump Rope for Heart’

Third, fourth and fifth grade students at Schwarting Elementary School in Plainedge recently took part in their annual Jump Rope for Heart campaign, benefiting the American Heart Association. More...


Lillian Agnone, former Massapequa Women’s Elks Club Prez

There are few things that Sharon Ruhs shares in common with her mother Lillian Agnone. Her mother was an active member of her community; Ruhs, a homebody. More...

Elizabeth Ann Ward, former Farmingdale resident

Elizabeth Ann Ward, formerly of Farmingdale, died Tuesday, July 27, 2004. She was 66 years old. More...

William A. Calby, former resident of Massapequa

William A. Calby, formerly of Massapequa, died July 22, 2004

Mr. Calby was predeceased by his wife Claire Calby. Surviving are his children Lynn Achenbach and Rene Makria and his grandchildren, Peter, Lauren and Steven. More...


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