November 25, 2004 RSS feed / Front Page

Town Clerk Labriola at Farmingdale Rotary Club

Oyster Bay Town Clerk Steven L. Labriola, standing, center, attending the recent luncheon of the Farmingdale Rotary Club held at Annabella More...

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Events & Calendar


The following are a list of public meetings and special events for the coming week:
THURSDAY, November 25
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Supervisor Venditto encourages residents to join auxiliary police

In an effort to ensure the safety of his neighbors, Oyster Bay Town Supervisor John Venditto is encouraging local residents to sign up to become an Auxiliary Police Officer. More...

St. David’s Church hosts first festival

During the recent Mission Festival held in the fellowship hall of St. David More...

MSD reaches accord with parents on program for autistic students

The Massapequa School District has offered a comparative autisim-specific program at the East Lake Elementary School, avoiding a formal legal challenge from parents who had objected to the replacement of the Genesis program with a non comparable BOCE More...

Assemblyman Saladino at Mass. Park Republican Club

Assemblyman Joseph Saladino was the guest speaker of the Massapequa Park Republican Club in September. Saladino spoke to the Club on what was happening in Albany and the completion of the budget. More...



Brunswick Hospital future the subject at Amityville Rotary Club meeting

Dr. Amar Jit Singh, M.D., the CEO of Brunswick Hospital Center in Amityville and Mr. Stewart McLaughlin, the hospital More...

Steve Bernheim named L.I. Transportation Managements Board Chairman for third term

Long Island Transportation Management (LITM) has appointed Steve Bernheim, a Massapequa resident, to an unprecedented third term as Board Chairman. More...

Local resident accepted into Federal Academy’s Regiment

Midshipman Brian James Yetman, the son of Dan and Sandra Yetman of Massapequa Park, participated in Acceptance Day ceremonies at the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy in Kings Point. More...


Dorothy E. Olsen, of Massapequa

Dorothy E. Olsen, of Massapequa, died October 26, 2004. More...



In MPK, Altadonna opens door to all possibilities

Massapequa Park Village recently held an informational hearing on the question of building a home on a piece of property that is land bound. More...

Public Commentary

President George W.Bush must take
the Constitution seriously in the 2nd term

Should President Bush declare a mandate and push ahead with his agenda or extend an olive branch of conciliation to his opponents? More...

Holiday home decorating time

It More...


Do you expect to spend more this holiday season than you did last year?