May 18, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

Plainedge Girls Lacrosse has town buzzing

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Schools/Sports

Massapequa’s Ames ninth grade students advance to the statewide competition

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Massapequa Board of Education honors basketball coach and team

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MHS Social Studies teacher honored

Joel Mencher, a Social Studies teacher and National History Day Coordinator at the Ames Campus of Massapequa High School was honored at the regional National History Day Competition on March 13 for dedication to and participation in the National Hist More...

Obituaries

John Caravano, Vegetable Gardener, longtime resident of North Massapequa

During the summers, John Caravano proudly tended his huge tomato garden from sun-up More...

Luke W. Leheny, of Massapequa

Luke W. Leheny, of Massapequa, died March 20, 2005. He was 73 years old. More...

Joyce Lilkendey, of North Massapequa

Joyce Lilkendey, of North Massapequa, died March 25, 2005. More...

Legals - Free Access

FARMINGDALE UNION FREE SCHOOL DISTRICT

Farmingdale, New York
NOTICE TO BIDDERS

Sealed proposals will be received by the Board of Education, Farmingdale Union Free School District, Towns of Oyster Bay and Babylon, Nassau and Suffolk Counties, New York, at the Business Office situated at Weldon E. More...

New York State Department of Environmental Conservation

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NOTICE OF SALE

SUPREME COURT- COUNTY OF NASSAU
ABN AMRO MORTGAGE GROUP, INC., Plaintiff against
JOSEPH D. CONLON; et al., Defendant(s)

Pursuant to a judgment of foreclosure and sale duly entered 7/23/2004 I, the undersigned Referee will sell at public auction at North Front Steps of the Nassau County Courthouse, 262 Old Country Road, Mineola, NY on 6/15/2005 at 9:15 AM premises know More...

Landscapers oppose O’Bay’s clip and carry law

A hearing about a proposed clip-and-carry law for landscaping companies, held April 19 in the Town of Oyster Bay, was met with major opposition, mostly from residents and professional landscapers who said the law double bills taxpayers for the servic More...

MPK Village sinks proposed law prohibiting storing large boats on residential property

A local law that would have prohibited large boats from the front and side yards of Massapequa Park homes was tabled after two dozen boat-owning residents spoke out against the fairness of the law at a Village hearing late March. More...

Photo

The National Society Colonial Dames XVII Century, the Long Island Chapter of Massapequa and Amityville will be holding a Marking and Preservation of Historic Sites ceremony May 21 at Old Grace Episcopal Church, 4775 Merrick Road Massapequa. More...

 

People/Social

Oyster Bay Water District commisioner appointed

The Oyster Bay Town Board approved the appointment of Richard P. Niznik to fill a vacancy on the Oyster Bay Water District Board of Water Commissioners, it was announced by Town Councilman Chris J. Coschignano. More...

Republican speaks of future for Nassau County

At a recent reception by Massapequa Park Repubicans, Greg Peterson, candidate for Nassau County Executive, spoke to the audience about his vision for the future of Nassau County. More...

Supper for Six Club meets at Presbyterian Church

Supper for Six is a club at the Presbyterian Community Church, Massapequa, which meets regularly to discuss current events within the church, country and world over a pot luck dinner. 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, May 19
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Amity Historical Society country fair to be held

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MPK author to hold book signing

Massapequa Park resident David Oser will be signing his novel, Paid In Full, at Commerce Bank, Massapequa, Friday, May 20, 4 to 7:30 p.m. More...

Opinion

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Just how far should our courts and judges go?

A recent change in the longstanding X-rated zoning laws in Babylon Town is something that every municipality should look at and address. The change was made after it became apparent that recent court decisions showed a weakness in the Town More...

DRAWING CONCLUSIONS—by Kevin Eastwood

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Poll

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