October 21, 2004 RSS feed / Front Page

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Massapequa high school to celebrate Homecoming

The Massapequa High School Spirit Week and homecoming tradition will continue this year with an array of events culminating with the annual pep rally, homecoming parade and football game on Saturday, October 23. More...

Events & Calendar


The following are a list of public meetings and special events for the coming week:
THURSDAY, October 21
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Joseph Peoples, longtime resident of The Park

Joseph Peoples, a 23-year veteran of the New York City Police Department, loved his career so much that after he retired he continued to work in law enforcement as a private security guard, including at Brunswick Hospital Center in Amityville. More...

Massapequa Republican Club member, Sal DeSimone

Every year on their wedding anniversary, Theresa and Sal DeSimone visited the spot where they first laid eyes on each other and fell in love More...

Hannon and Ferzola vie for seat in 6th Senate District

State Senator Kemp Hannon

If there More...

Local attorney hosts Daughters of the Revolution

Members of Col. Gilbert Potter Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution were guests for lunch recently on the porch of Attorney Richard Handler More...



Business Beat

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...

Temple Judea announces new Cantor

Temple Judea is pleased to announce that Kenneth Gould is the new Cantor effective August 1. Cantor Gould is entering his fourth year as a student at the Academy of Jewish Religion in Riverdale. More...


Pride in the Park

How great the entrance to the Village of Massapequa Park looks at the fork at Front Street and Clark Boulevard. The Village redid the landscaping and put in a beautiful American flag, which is kept lit at night. More...

Public Commentary

Pumpkins and Politics: The Role of Schools

Each October, one of the highlights for elementary school children is the annual trip to the pumpkin farm to learn about the importance of agriculture to our economy, to understand the role of the farmer in our society and, oh yes, to scramble in an More...

Readers speak up on Presidential campaign

For all the naysayers, including a man named John Kerry, regarding "There are no weapons of mass destruction, because we have not found them. Therefore, George Bush is wrong." More...