June 29, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

Massapequa Park resident recognized for 40 years of service with Fire Department

John Delemo, a longtime resident of Massapequa Park, a veteran volunteer firefighter and an athletic coach in the community, was recognized for 40 years of service at the Fire Department More...

Saladino announces statewide petition drive to keep children safe from repeat sex offenders

Assemblyman Joseph Saladino today joined his fellow Assembly Republicans to launch a statewide petition drive to force Assembly Democrats to act on civil confinement legislation and other measures that further protect New York More...

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Preschoolers raise funds for MDA

Children at the Massapequa Reformed Church Nursery School recently participated in the Muscular Dystrophy association More...

AARP joins for Day of Service

Vicki Ophals, president of AARP Chapter #4727 of Massapequa and members recently got together for AARP's Day of Service to make sandwiches for St. Rose of Lima's Outreach Program. More...

Opinion

Editorial

Supreme Court decision vacates property rights
for all Americans

The United States Supreme Court ruling last week effectively lengthened the intrusive arm of the federal government, permitting it to seize personal property from its citizens for almost any reason. More...

DRAWING CONCLUSIONS—by Kevin Eastwood

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A request for raises for the Village Board

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Residents concerned that rejected boat law in MPK will be pushed through

About 50 residents, angry over a proposal they believed was being pushed through by the Massapequa Park Village Board limiting the storage of large boats on residential property, stormed into Massapequa Park Village Hall May 23 demanding that officia More...

Plainedge voters reject school budget; contingency plan to be approved by board this week

The Plainedge School Board will be meeting this week to cut more than 2.4 million from a budget that voters rejected for the second time last week. School Board Superintendent Dr. More...

Operation phone home at Massapequa Post Office

Boy Scouts with Troop 339 sponsored by St. David More...

A Berry, Berry, Successful Festival

Below, Assemblyman Joseph Saladino (R,C,I-Massapequa), third from right, displays a dish of fresh strawberries at the Massapequa Historical Society More...

 

People/Social

Happy 100th Birthday!

In the picture, Oyster Bay Town Supervisor John Venditto, right, and Town Clerk Steve Labriola, left, present a citation and congratulate Kathleen Killfeather on her 100th birthday party held at the Pine Grove Senior Residence in Massapequa. More...

St. Anthony’s students graduate with honors

Erin Miller of Massapequa and Daniel Kerl and Krista Giannattasio of Massapequa Park recently graduated from St. Anthony More...

They're engaged!

Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Stefanini of Franklin Square announce the engagement of their daughter, Angela Stefanini to Robert Salminen, son of Mrs. Donna Salminen of Amityville Harbor. More...

Obituaries

Patricia Mulford of Massapequa Park

Patricia Ann Mulford, a longtime resident of Massapequa Park, died May 15, 2005 at New Island Hospital, Bethpage. She was 69 years old. More...

Milton Browner of Massapequa Park

Milton W. Browner, of Massapequa Park, died May 24, 2005. More...

Frank Catelli of South Farmingdale

Frank Catelli, of South Farmingdale, died May 25, 2005. More...

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