October 14, 2004 RSS feed / Front Page

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Health & Fitness

Potential for Tennis Injury Hangs Like a Slow Lob

The return of the US Tennis Open to New York at the end of the summer may prompt many to head for their neighborhood courts or gym for a few rounds of this physically and mentally challenging sport. More...

Poison ivy is most dangerous in Spring and Summer

While prime times for glorious flowers and plants, the Medical Society of the State of New York (MSSNY) cautions that spring and summer are also seasons when poison ivy is most dangerous. More...

You're Invited: Opening Dedication of

Park Avenue Memorial Elementary School

The Amityville community will celebrate the opening of the New Park Avenue Memorial Elementary School on Saturday, October 16, beginning 10 a.m. More...

Obituaries

Fred DeSimone of Masspequa, avid Mets fan

Even when they were losing, Massapequa resident Fred DeSimone rooted for the New York Mets religiously. Every year he held season tickets and when he wasn More...

Edward J. Matters, of

North Massapequa

Edward J. Matters, of Durham, North Carolina and formerly of North Massapequa, died August 23, 2004. More...

Elsie Herzog, of Massapequa

Elsie Herzog, of Massapequa, died September 9, 2004. More...

Mejias joins Babylon in challenge to Republic

Nassau lawmaker says concern over airport management crosses county lines

N.C. Leg. David Mejias (D-Massapequa), joined Babylon Town officials from Babylon Town and members of the Ironworkers local in condemning Republic Airport for allowing construction of a hangar on airport property by Atlantic Aviation to move forward. More...

Town puts $30M environmental bond proposal on ballot Nov. 2nd

The Town of Oyster Bay is holding two public information meetings on the proposed SEA Fund II environmental bond referendum that will be on the ballot election day, Tuesday, November 2. More...

 

People/Social

Massapequa Philharmonic Orchestra to present violinist Rachel Lee

The Massapequa Philharmonic Orchestra, under the direction of principal conductor David Leibowitz, begins its 22nd season with violinist Rachel Lee performing the Sibelius Violin Concerto on Saturday evening, October 23, 8:30 p.m. 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, October 14
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Business Beat

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...

Hannon reminds seniors of epic

As Chairman of the Senate Health Commitee, New York State Senator Kemp Hannon (R-6th S.D.) is extremely aware of the rising cost of prescription medications, especially for senior citizens. More...

Opinion

DOT has ulterior motives in it decision on Stew Leonards

The New York State Department of Transportation has made a determination against approving a curb cut along Route 110, just south of Conklin Avenue which would move forward the construction of a multi-million super store. More...

Commentary

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Poll

Do you approve of the way the Obama administration is handling the Ebola crisis?