September 30, 2004 RSS feed / Front Page

Nassau County Legislator Peter J. Schmitt was on hand to welcome new business to Massapequa,noted Massapequa cardiologist Dr. Michael Sacher on Veterans Boulevard in Massapequa. More...

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Schools/Sports

Plainedge High School students join with Rebuilding Together to help restore homes of underprivileged families in their community

This past April, the Plainedge High School chapter of the English Honor Society coordinated with the Long Island chapter of Rebuilding Together. Together, the two groups succeeded in helping to restore homes of underprivileged families and elders. More...

Events & Calendar

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CALENDAR OF EVENTS
The following are a list of public meetings and special events for the coming week:
THURSDAY, September 30
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Colonial Dames installs new members

The summer meeting of the Long Island Chapter Colonial Dames XVII Century was held in the lovely Garden City home of member June Faye. State President Isabel Hobba More...

It’s Fall Fix Up Time!!!

Clean up the clutter with
organizing tips from the experts

Stack upon stack of paper and magazines. Closets stuffed to the gills. Forgotten appointments and lost keys. These are some of the tell-tale signs of disorganization. More...

Opinion

Editorial

Slow down or pay the price

Our front page story this weeks gives some remarkable statistics about the number of automobile accidents along Clark Boulevard in Massapequa Park, confirming what many who live near and along that strip know already More...

Public Commentary

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FALL in love with New York

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Local folks in the news

Massapequa Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 7277 honored its Commander Albert Milite as he completed his third term as commander. Nassau County Legislator Peter J. More...

Dunk the Mayor at the MPK Harvest Fair Sunday

This is your chance. Dunk the Mayor of Massapequa Park, to benefit Children with Cancer at the Village's Harvest Fair Sunday, Oct. 3, 12 to 4 p.m. Mayor Jim Altadonna has volunteered to be "dunked" to raise funds for the Luke Neuhedel Foundation. More...

North Massapequa Fire Department takes 2nd place at Annual 6th Battalion Parade and Drill

The North Massapequa Fire Department (NMFD) took second place for best appearing department and fifth place overall in the annual 6th Battalion Parade and Drill held Saturday, September 18, according to NMFD Chief Richard A. Erickson. More...

 

People/Social

Melia fights for freedom from frontlines

In the heart of a city that a tyrannical government once called home, more than 2,000 Coalition Provisional Authority (CPA) personnel take shelter beneath the extravagant palace roof of deposed dictator Saddam Hussein. More...

Local scout achieves highest honor

Massapequa Boy Scouts Troop 776 presented an Eagle Scout Court of Honor in recognition of William Duerr, on his earning the highest honor in Scouting. More...

Massapequa Park students honored

The Ann Bambino Lodge, Order Sons of Italy in America awarded Scholarships on June 23 to Laurie Rosselli and Michael DePietro, both graduating students from the Massapequa High School. More...

Obituaries

Joseph Decker, North Massapequa resident

Perhaps Elaine Decker could foresee a lifetime filled with fun when she met her future husband while he was working at a local carnival. After all, Joseph Decker was operating the kiddy rides for the Island Manor Shows carnival in Valley Stream. More...

James Murphy Sr., longtime Massapequa Park resident

James Murphy Sr., a 50-year Massapequa Park resident who had a passion for aviation, died on August 24, 2004 from complications of pneumonia. He was 82. More...

Rita M. Cotter, of Massapequa Park

Rita M. Cotter, of Massapequa Park, died August 24, 2004. More...

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