March 25, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

Leg. Schmitt issues Special Legislative Citation

Richard Lenz, of Massapequa, the Commissioner of Public Works for the Town of Oyster Bay, was honored at the annual dinner of the Engineers Joint Committee of Long Island. More...

Locals perform in piano Concert

Siblings Jimmy and Mary Kathryn Golaszewski were two of 10 invited piano students from the Nancy Deutsch Piano Studio to perform in the February 13 Honors Concert at the Steinway Piano Gallery in Westbury. More...

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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 24
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St. David’s celebrates St. Patrick’s Day

Members of St. David More...

Congregation Beth-El to celebrate Purim

The holiday of Purim will be celebrated at Congregation Beth-El beginning Thursday evening, March 24, 7 p.m. This holiday recalls the threat of extermination to the Jewish community in Persia by the hands of Kind Achashverosh More...

Opinion

The legacy of Terry Schiavo

The controversy over the life and death of Terry Schiavo is one that forces us to focus on basic questions about human rights, family responsibilities, government intervention, privacy and ethics. More...

Pro’s to building the West Side Stadium

For months now the proposed West Side Stadium pros and cons have been making the television, radio and newspaper headlines. More...

MPK to hold hearing on law to limit boats on residential properties

The Massapequa Park Village board will be discussing a proposed law banning large boats from being stored in the front yards of residents More...

"Toys for Tots" comes to Nassau County Legislature

Toys for Tots, the well-known charity sponsored by the Marines, came to the Nassau County legislature recently, where Legislator Peter J. Schmitt welcomed Major Charles J. More...

MSD debates school calendar changes;

6.9 percent budget increase proposed

The decision to eliminate this year More...

Warriors lose a heartbreaker in Glens Falls

Team falls short to powerhouse Peekskill after gutsy showing

The Warrior More...

Correction

A story that appeared in the Feb. 25 edition, Local Students Named Intel Winners, incorrectly named the area of study one of the students, Lindsey Zahn, will be pursuing at Cornell University. More...

 

People/Social

Chamber welcomes new member Synergy Fitness

The Chamber of Commerce of the Massapequas held its monthly lunch meeting February 25. In addition to welcoming new member, Synergy Fitness Club, an informative presentation was made by guest speaker Dorothy Stiles from Citibank Financial Group. More...

Second grade students raise money for Kids Who Care relief for Southeast Asia

Mrs. Gribbon More...

Volunteers needed to staff new thrift shop

Volunteers are needed by Central Nassau Guidance & Counseling Services, Inc., to help staff the Pretty New Thrift Shop located at 187 Main St., Farmingdale. More...

Obituaries

Helen Schweithelm of Massapequa Park

Helen Schweithelm, of Massapequa Park, died February 12, 2005. She was 88 years old. More...

Regina Blewett, of Massapequa Park

Regina Blewett, of Massapequa Park, died February 16, 2005. More...

James C. Ripton of Massapequa

James C. Ripton, of Massapequa and Wantagh, died February 15, 2005. More...

Poll

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