August 3, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

Town Clerk Labriola reminds residents to hire only Town licensed landscapers

Oyster Bay Town Clerk Steven L. Labriola reminds residents to hire only Town-licensed landscapers. More...

Plainedge High School Student Matthew Keller wins history award

The only thing better than having an interest in something is being rewarded for it. More...

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Events & Calendar


The following are a list of public meetings and special events for the coming week:
THURSDAY, August 4
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Massapequa schools offer access to sex offender e-mail alert system

The Massapequa Board of Education continues to place student and staff safety as their top priority. Toward this end, the district is providing residents with easy access to the Parents for Megan More...

Assemblyman Saladino presents citation to Massapequa's Shoreville Association

In the picture, Assemblyman Joseph Saladino (R,C,I-Massapequa), third from left, presents a State Assembly citation to officials and members of Massapequa More...

MPK Village looks for help against vandalism

The Massapequa Park Village Board is coming to the aid of a an 86-year old Whitewood Drive resident who told officials recently that he is being taunted by individuals, likely youths from the area, who are vandalizing his property. More...

Supervisor Venditto and Town Clerk Labriola congratulate TOB scholarship winner

Oyster Bay Town Supervisor John Venditto, shown left, and Town Clerk Steve Labriola, right, congratulate Jaclyn Bernstein of Farmingdale High School, winner of the Town of Oyster Bay Leadership and Service Scholarship Award. More...

GOP challenges Democrats on sex offender laws

After serving 14 years in prison for a sex crime, William Morgan attacked a teenage girl in North Babylon. Six months after his release from jail for sodomizing a 16-year old girl, Nicholas Wiley was arrested for the rape and murder of two women. More...



Scholars in the ...

Danielle N. Brennan More...

Fowl Ball!

Weekly report on the
Ducks lose 3 of 4 against Camden, but Cafiero gives home team something to cheer about

The Long Island Ducks finished off a disappointing four-game series with the Camden Riversharks on Sunday afternoon, losing 11-7 before a sellout crowd of 6,435 at Citibank Park in Central Islip. More...


Tracy Ann Caspary, teacher’s aide and mother of two

Tracy Ann Caspary, a resident of North and West Babylon for 14 years, died July 10, 2005. She was 40 years old. More...



Court ruling on Verizon garbage tax is a collection of nonsense

The State Court of Appeals, the state More...

Reader raises objection to LIPA wind park plan

This is to register my absolute unequivocal objection to this proposal. More...

Proud of Massapequans for supporting schools

As a parent and educator, I am pleased and quite proud to live in a school district that passed their school budget the first time. Part of my job allows me to teach in various school districts, some more affluent than others. More...


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