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Second half of school taxes due for Oyster Bay Town residents

Oyster Bay Town residents are reminded that the second half of the 2004-2005 School Tax Levy is due on April 1, but can be paid without penalty through May 10. More...

Exhibit on fairs and parades

The Farmingdale-Bethpage Historical Society is planning a display on the theme, Farmingdale Celebrates: Fairs and Parades. The exhibit will run from June to early autumn in the lower level Gallery of the Farmingdale Public Library. More...

Obituaries

Anna Tolkach, a 53-year resident of Massapequa

Anna Tolkach, a 53-year resident of Massapequa died March 23, 2005 at New Island Hospital in Bethpage. She was 79. More...

Antoinette Boggi, of North Massapequa

Antoinette Boggi, of North Massapequa and formerly of Mt. Vernon, New York, died February 19, 2005. More...

John P. Esposito, of North Massapequa

John P. Esposito, of North Massapequa, died February 27, 2005. He was 85 years old. More...

Sunrise Highway property to be commercially developed

The long vacant 5050 Sunrise Highway property on Sunrise Highway in Massapequa Park will soon be getting some commercial tenants, according to the Village Board. New plans from a new owner were given the green light at a Village meeting, March 14. More...

Oyster Bay hearing Tuesday "recycles" clip and carry law for landscapers

Once again, the Town of Oyster Bay is considering enacting a law requiring landscaping companies to haul grass clippings, leaves and other gardening waste from their customers More...

Suicidal man causes traffic delays

On April 1 at 4:05 p.m., a 34-year-old North Amityville man threatened to jump off of the overpass at Route 110 and the Southern State Parkway in East Farmingdale. More...

Plainedge Robotics team takes LI and heads to nationals

The FIRST Robotics Competition (FRC) National Championship is coming to the Georgia Dome in Atlanta, Ga. from April 21 More...

 

People/Social

Erin Pauchnik, daughter of Howard and Beth Pauchnik of Edmond, Oklahoma became engaged to Doug Koenig, the son of Robert and Cindy Koenig of North Fort Myers, Florida. More...

Massapequa Park resident nominated

Massapequa Park resident Mary Krebs has been nominated again to be honored in Who More...

Navy Seaman from Massapequa visits Korea

Navy Seaman Alan M. Busto, Jr, stepson of Cindy and son of Alan M. Busto Sr. of Massapequa, recently made a scheduled port visit to Pusan, Republic of Korea while assigned to the aircraft carrier USS Kitty Hawk, forward deployed to Yokosuka, Japan. More...

Opinion

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Keeping highways clean

This week is Keep L.I. Highways Clean Week, and major efforts are underway to remove litter and debris from Long Island More...

Community support needed for MSD budget ‘05-’06

I have been a community member of the Massapequa School District Budget and Finance Committee for the last 7 years. More...

Proposed law on yard waste removal is discriminatory

A public hearing will be held on April 19 at 7 p.m. at the Town Hall of Oyster Bay where the Town Board will discuss changing the laws governing the removal of yard waste from residential addresses. More...