February 17, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

FSD looks at options in wake of bond defeat

After a stinging defeat of its capital bond issue on November 23, administrators of the Farmingdale School District were left with one question: "Where do we go from here?" More...

GOP and Dems write competing Whistle Blower laws

Democrats and Republicans on the Nassau County Legislature are in agreement that the county should enact a law to protect employees who want to publicize bureaucratic incidents of misconduct. More...

Masonry Residential Design Award of Excellence announced

(NUC) - The prestigious Residential Design Award of Excellence for 2004 has been given to a home built in Hugo, Minn. More...

Taking the mystery out of buying windows and doors for your home

(NUC) - Of all the remodeling projects undertaken by homeowners, replacing windows or doors ranks among the top five. It is one of the most cost-effective ways to add to a home More...

Special Sections

Obituaries

Christopher Michael Byrne, of Massapequa

Christopher Michael Byrne, of West Islip and Massapequa, died January 6, 2005. More...

Clare Ellen Nadal of North Massapequa

Clare Ellen Nadal (nee Fox), of North Massapequa, died January 7, 2005. More...

William K. Streek, of Massapequa

William K. Streek, of Massapequa, died January 3, 2005. More...

Opinion

Editorial

Bring the power of LI together

As part of his State of the County message, S.C. Leg. Steve Levy announced that he would be making new overtures to the folks to the west, working with N.C. More...

Guest Column

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Is crime on the rise?

Dear Editor: More...

Pre-K students take nature walk at Massapequa Preserve

Miss Marylou and Miss Nancy More...

Hats off to the Holiday Decorating Contest judges

Trustees Jeffrey Pravato, Harry Jacobson and Teresa Spinosa are shown with the night time judges for the Village of Massapequa Park More...

Amityville Schools hire two advisors for HS Drama Club

After a long and controversial delay, the Amityville School Board has hired two advisors for the High School Drama Club at a meeting February 2. The two have strong backgrounds in theatre and arts, and have access to the theatre industry, said Dr. More...

How to keep your home heating costs from soaring through the roof  

(NAPSA)-Your home may be your castle but heating it need not cost a fortune. More...

Bring the elements of nature into your home to calm and soothe

(NUC) - "Comforting," "calming" and "soothing" are words often associated with the colors, textures and patterns found in nature. 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, February 17
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Massapequa and North Massapequa Post Offices announce automated services

Customers visiting the Massapequa Post Office, 80 Killian Rd. and the North Massapequa Post Office, 1276 Hicksville Rd. can now experience the Postal Service More...

Massapequa musicians find magic and popularity with their positive music

Massapequa group "Positive Logic" attracting
many new fans as they await their big break
into the music scene
Student Reporter

Murder at rock concerts. Degrading lyrics. Skimpy stage costumes. The music industry has taken a vast departure from the bubble gum pop music of boybands and blonde pop princesses of the 50s. More...

Poll

Did the Baltimore Ravens and NFL handle the Ray Rice case responsibly?