June 1, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

Anonymous fliers against Verizon Cable linked to cable competitors

An anonymous flyer criticizing Verizon for installing fibre distribution hubs (FDH), and mailed to every homeowner in Massapequa Park, has been linked by the Massapequa Post to an organization of Verizon competitors. More...

St. David's acts on "Bread for the World Mission"

Members of the St. David More...

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Massapequa Little League holds team mom’s brunch

Massapequa International Little League held its annual team mom More...

New Island Hospital holds golf and tennis outing

HIP Health Plans of New York and Vytra were Grand Tournament Sponsors for the Sixth Annual Golf and Tennis Outing at New Island Hospital. More...

Opinion

Editorial

Thanks to Auxiliary Officers

The two-seater convertible was bearing down the intersection going a little too fast. The only thing standing between that vehicle and a large group of Memorial Day parade marchers, was a volunteer auxiliary police officer. More...

When a real "no" is best

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DRAWING CONCLUSIONS—by Kevin Eastwood

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Central Tile case heads to court this week

Town of Oyster Bay officials will be heading to court this week to proceed with a case against a North Massapequa business that the Town claims constructed an extension on his building that far exceeded the plans approved by the Town. More...

...and Babies Make Eight!

Just one day old, these six new lovelies were being reared in a lake in Massapequa Park. They found the water just fine and obediently followed Mom and Dad around getting their swimming lessons. Photo by Robert Swanson More...

Quick thinking in Amityville leads to weapon arrests

The rapid response of an Amityville Memorial High School athlete and his coach to a suspicious incident that led to the arrest of two subjects was, in part, the result of the extensive safety and security training provided by the district, said high More...

Senator Hannon discusses Medicaid program with Senate

Senator Hannon, joined by members of the Senate Republican Conference, said the Senate is attempting to restore accountability and integrity to the Medicaid program, and ensure that tax dollars are being used only as they are intended. More...

 

People/Social

Proud grandparents in Massapequa Park

Richie and Nellie Oliver of Massapequa Park announce the birth of their second grandson. Jacob Harry was born February 3, 2005, weighing eight pounds, ten ounces and was 20 and three quarters inches long. More...

Massapequa graduate defends our waters

The United States Coast Guard has a variety of jobs to choose from, and with more than 30,000 members across the United States, the Northeast Regional Fisheries Training Center (NRFTC) is the starting point for some of them. More...

They’re Engaged!

Mr. and Mrs. C. Richard Sorvillo, of Massapequa, announce the engagement of their daughter Heather to Peter Horstmann, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Gerard Horstmann of Babylon. More...

Obituaries

Julia Sikoryak, N. Massapequa resident

Julia Sikoryak was a wonderful mother, both devoted and loving, according to her daughter Pam. For 34 years Mrs. Sikoryak lived in North Massapequa and was involved in Plainedge Schools when her children were younger. More...

Elizabeth M. Gallagher, formerly of Massapequa

Elizabeth M. (Betty) Gallagher, of Stuart, Florida and formerly of Massapequa, died March 24, 2005. She was 79 years old. More...

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