March 4, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

Massapequa Mustangs award "Peter J. Schmitt Award"

Kevin Morris, of Massapequa, is the recipient of the Peter J. Schmitt Award, the award sponsored by the County Legislator for the Massapequa Mustangs football organization. More...

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Schools/Sports

Your kids are ready for college, are you?

If one or more of your children will reach college age soon, you may be wondering how you will pay for all the costs. For many families, tuition may be covered by a financial aid package. More...

MHS graduates recognized as AP Scholars

Forty five graduates of Massapequa High School Class of 2004 have earned the designation of AP Scholar by the College Board in recognition of their exceptional achievement on the college-level Advanced Placement (AP) Exams. More...

Library

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523 Central Avenue
798-4607
Massapequa Park
40 Harbor Lane
799-0770
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Obituaries

Agnes Wissman of Massapequa, caring Eastplain school and hospital nurse

Massapequa Park resident Agnes Wissman, a caring nurse who devoted her life to others, died at her home surrounded by her family on February 10, 2005 after a long battle with cancer. She was 78 years old. More...

Elza Grins, former longtime Pequa resident

Elza Grins, resident of Smithtown, a former longtime resident of Massapequa, died February 11, 2005 at the Smithtown Health Care Center in Smithtown. She was 101 years old. More...

Margaret Bunker, of Massapequa

Margaret Theresa Bunker, of Massapequa, died February 1, 2005

Mrs. Bunker is predeceased by her husband Samuel James. Survivors include her children Peggy Menken and Robert Bunker; nine grandchildren and 12 great grandchildren. Her son, James Bunker, predeceased her. More...

Supreme Court rules in favor of Alter in race for MPK Village Justice; election March 15th moves forward

A Supreme Court ruling handed down last week has upheld the petitions of Mark Alter, a candidate for Village Justice in Massapequa Park. More...

Oyster Bay Town to consider changes to multi-family zoning laws March 8th

As a result of a local building boom, and the numerous multi-family projects built in the town over the past several years, Oyster Bay Town officials will be taking a closer look at the zoning code to address what they described as some problems with More...

 

People/Social

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Kiwanis Club of Massapequa recently installed new members

The Kiwanis Club of Massapequa recently installed new members to the club. Prospective members are invited down to several meetings and sponsored by a currently active member of the club. More...

Gift of sight through the Sons of Italy

The 22nd annual Gift of Sight Luncheon was held November 7. The highlight of the day was the presentation of the Humanitarian Award to Theresa Romeo, the N.Y.S. 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, March 3
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New Island Hospital holds annual gala

New Island Hospital held it More...

Stop World Hunger announces tennis events

Stop World Hunger, Inc. is pleased to announce its schedule of tennis events for the calendar year 2005. The year 2005 marks Stop World Hunger More...

Opinion

MSD response to assault was quick and right

When an assault took place in the parking lot of the Berner Middle School in Massapequa, the school board acted quickly and responsibly. More...

U.S. troops appreciate readers’ caring support and holiday packages

The following letter was written to thank Post readers for their contributions that became part of the Operation Homefront packages that were sent to the U.S. Troops in Iraq in December. More...

Iraqi election doesn’t justify US invasion

Enough with all this self-induced historical amnesia, please. More...

Poll

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