February 4, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

Local Democratic Club to meet on Wednesday, February 9

The rapidly approaching Town and County elections, as well as other issues of both local and national importance, are the main items on the agenda for the monthly meeting of the Central Oyster Bay Democratic Club on Wednesday, February 9th at 7:30 p. More...

Disease, stigma and the repercussions

(NAPSI)-The social aspects of certain diseases can be almost as challenging as the physical symptoms of the illness itself. More...

South Oaks Hospital appoints

Wayne Rothwell Service Director
of Adult Psychiatry

Robert E. More...

Special Sections

Events & Calendar

Deadline March 1st for residents challenging property tax assesment

Senator Charles J. Fuschillo, Jr. (8th Senate District) is reminding all Nassau County residents about their right to challenge their property tax assessment. More...

Soup Spoilers prepare for Christmas at the Inn

A cooking group at St. David More...

DAR holds holiday meeting

Col. Gilbert Potter Chapter, National Society Daughters of the American Revolution met at the home of Susan Nifenecker of Amityville for its Christmas luncheon. More...

Opinion

It’s no hype, Iraqi elections were moving and historic

The elections in Iraq on Sunday were a victory for peace and democracy over fear, over intimidation and over the threats from abhorrent and unconscionable terrorists. More...

Long Island women should get to the heart of the matter

Long Island women are facing a silent epidemic More...

President George Bush’s Social Security plan is too risky

President Bush is endangering my retirement and the retirements of millions of other Americans by taking the first step in his plan to dismantle Social Security. More...

Pre-K class holds its own Election Day 2004

Miss Cathy and Miss Linda More...

Kids Helping Kids holds fundraiser for Jake Brower

Jake Brower (center) of Massapequa is a special 6 year old boy who suffers from Aspergillosis and has had over 30 brain surgeries. Jake More...

Massapequan Brian Kilmeade authors book on how athletics = success

On a hot Los Angeles afternoon in 1992, Brian Kilmeade, now a co-host on Fox and Friends, was hosting a less-than-coveted noon to 4 p.m., radio talk show. More...

Volunteers who have both diabetes and asthma needed for research study of inhaled insulin

Winthrop-University Hospital Clinical Trials Center is seeking volunteers, who have both diabetes and asthma, to participate in a clinical research study of inhaled insulin. More...

To Your Health

It's easier than ever to burn more calories when you travel

(NAPSI)-Low-carb, high-fiber, nonfat More...

 

Schools/Sports

St. Rose of Lima 5th Grade Travel Basketball Team donates Thanksgiving basket to needy family

The St. Rose of Lima fifth grade boys travel basketball team all donated food items which they assembled in a basket and delivered to a needy family in Amityville. More...

Town of Oyster Bay updating year round Recreation Guide

The Town of Oyster Bay is in the process of updating its year round Recreation Guide, a comprehensive directory of sports and recreation programs that serve Town residents. More...

Massapequa Girls Volleyball wins 5th consecutive Conference and County Championships

The 2004 season was a very successful one, both individually and collectively for the Massapequa varsity volleyball team. More...

Obituaries

William Donlon, Massapequa Elk and Historical Society Member

Even from an early age, William Donlon was a caregiver. More...

Helen Przelicki, former resident of Massapequa Park, dies December 15th

Helen Przelicki, formerly of Massapequa Park, died December 15, 2004. Loving wife of the late Edward. Devoted mother of Marianne and Larry Diamond, and Jim and Debbie Przelicki. More...

Lucille Buckowitz, of Massapequa Park

Lucille Buckowitz, of Massapequa Park and formerly of Wantagh, died December 25, 2004. More...

Poll

Should President Barack Obama grant amnesty to illegal immigrants through a Presidential executive order?