September 30, 2004 RSS feed / People/Social

U.S. Trust promotes Storti to Vice President

U.S. Trust in Long Island has named Robert J. Storti, of Massapequa, a senior vice president of the Personal Wealth Management Group, it was announced on June 24 by William J. More...

DiMonda Bakery celebrates 40th anniversary

A longtime staple in Massapequa Park, DiMonda Bakery, is celebrating its 40-year anniversary this year. The bakery, at 1030 Park Blvd., Massapequa Park was established June 24, 1964 by co-owner Kathy DiMonda More...

William Moseley completes training for Senior agent

William Moseley, a New York State Licensed Real Estates Sales Agent with The Realty Store 2000 in Wantagh, recently completed training for the Senior Real Estate Specialist (SRES) designation. More...

Local realtors merge with Coldwell Banker

Nassau County Legislator Peter J. Schmitt, the Republican leader of the Nassau Legislature, was on hand to congratulate Frank Lewkowitz, Robert Shaw and Jeff Failing on the merger of their two offices. 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...

Suozzi honors local residents

Nassau County Executive Thomas R. Suozzi honored local residents at the Nassau County Service Awards Ceremony held recently. Honorees included Gary Noonan, of Massapequa, for his 30 years of service to Nassau County More...

Ann Krolikowski accepts financial center manager position

Ann Krolikowski recently accepted the position of financial center manager of the Citibank office in Massapequa. She has been with the bank since 1986 and previously managed the Bellmore Financial Center. More...

American Black Belt Academy celebrates 10 year anniversary

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...

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