April 20, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

Man loses control of car in Massapequa

A 47-year old Amityville man lost control of his vehicle, jumped a curb, crashed through a fence and hit a tree at County Line and Merrick Roads, Massapequa Sunday, April 10. More...

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Schools/Sports

Massapequa High School National Honor Society hosts blood drive

On Tuesday, November 16, the National Honor Society at Massapequa High School hosted a blood drive. Many local businesses made donations in support of this important cause. More...

Fairfield Elementary students participates in Hoops for Heart

Celebrating its 10th anniversary this year, American Heart Association Hoops for Heart is an educational and fundraising event geared for middle and high school students and co-sponsored annually by the American heart Association and the American All More...

Lockhart Elementary Principal

conducts lesson on Lewis & Clark

Mrs. Semel, principal of the R.J. Lockhart Elementary School in Massapequa and former fifth grade teacher, conducted a lesson on Meriwether Lewis and William Clark in each of the fifth grade classes. More...

Obituaries

Mary Mohr, 79, ‘Pequan

family and friends. According to her daughter, Colleen, she also made curtains and helped her friends and relatives decorate their homes. More...

Jean Rotante, 36-year resident of Massapequa; seamstress

Massapequa resident Jean Rotante and her husband Salvatore, who both worked in the clothing industry, "lived a love that spanned a lifetime," according to their family. More...

Pequan Gertrude Gill, 80

Longtime Massapequa resident Gertrude Gill was described by her family as loving the simple things in life, gardening, family and friends, and she truly believed in meeting life head on. More...

New MPK budget addresses community as Village celebrates its 75th anniversary

In 2006, the Village of Massapequa Park will celebrate its 75th Anniversary. More...

New concerns raised over changes at Republic Airport

Republic Airport is seeking FAA funding to relocate its Bravo taxiway 200 feet further from Runway 119, the airport More...

Massapequa 6th grade girls lacrosse in playoffs

At 9 a.m. on March 13, two milestones were reached in Massapequa Youth Lacrosse history. Massapequa sixth grade girls team, the Bulldogs, played in the first ever playoff game by a Massapequa girls youth team. More...

Tips to ensure kids’ safety while in car seat

Keepkidshealthy.com, which offers free Pediatric parenting advice, Does your child ride in the back seat? More...

 

People/Social

Make-a-Wish Foundation to honor two Massapequa "Wish" children

Wish Children Courtney Stewart and Michelle Churba of Massapequa will be honored by the Make-A-Wish Foundation of Metro New York at the Annual Make-A-Wish® Gala on May 11. More...

Michael Sabala elected to YMCA Board of Directors

The YMCA of Long Island, Inc. Board of Directors is pleased to announce that Michael P. Sabala, a vice president with Commerce Bank in Melville, where he is responsible for not-for-profit banking on Long Island, was unanimously elected to it More...

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Pack 776 in Massapequa celebrates

Boy Scouting

Pack 776 in Massapequa had a great time celebrating Boy Scouting More...

Pets available for adoption

Pets are available for adoption at TOBay Department of Public Works, 150 Miller Pl., Syosset. Call 677-5784. More...

Opinion

Editorial

Needed reform on Freedom of Information law

A meaningful reform of the state More...

Public Commentary

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I support President George Bush who knows freedom is not free

I believe that the Post is a fair and balanced newspaper and I also support President Bush as well as the troops in Iraq. Those that disagree with me have the privilege of doing that. I thank God they can express their views. More...

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