August 17, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

Massapequa teachers hold annual awards ceremony

On June 7, the Massapequa Federation of Teachers (MFT), a union representing over 650 teachers and secretaries, sponsored its annual awards ceremony. More...

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Schools/Sports

Massapequa High School’s science research program celebrates year of success

The Massapequa High School Science Research Program was highly successful again this year in its efforts to support students who strive to achieve award winning recognition and publication of their science research while working to fulfill New York S More...

Massapequa’s Lockhart elementary salutes our soldiers

A special tribute was planned at Massapequa More...

Lockhart elementary students win big in Elks club contest

The Massapequa Elks Club hosted its annual drug awareness essay and poster contest. More...

Obituaries

Patricia Ann Sanford, former Massapequa teacher

Adam LoBelia

Calling it a "celebration of her life," a memorial service will be held tommorrow for Patricia Sanford, a former teacher in Amityville and Massapequa. More...

Frank Olsen of Massapequa

Frank G. Olsen, of Massapequa, died June 26, 2005. More...

Mary Louise Mahoney of Massapequa Park

Mary Louise Mahoney, of Massapequa Park, died July 5, 2005. More...

MPK Village settles lawsuit challenging 1999 land purchase

In a settlement deemed fair by both sides, Massapequa Park Village and former landowner Paul Kicherer came to an agreement on a disputed contract entered into by both sides in 1999. More...

Town of Oyster Bay scraps clip and carry law; other measures enacted

After listening to a litany of concerns and complaints from landscapers, the Town of Oyster Bay has decided to eliminate a portion of its new solid waste disposal law that would have required that landscapers clip and carry off grass, leaves and othe More...

Photo

Mayor James Altadonna, second from left and Trustee Jeffrey Pravato, right, are shown presenting a plaque to first place runner John Gunert of Massapequa Park. More...

 

People/Social

Massapequa Graduate/Athlete Volunteers her Time

Caryl Senn, a Massapequa resident and a Massapequa High School graduate, is also a volunteer track and field coach for the New York State Empire Games. More...

Nicole and Tom Polaski announce the birth of their daughter Caitlin Paige

Nicole and Tom Polaski announce the birth of their daughter, Caitlin Paige on July 3, 2005 at North Shore University Hospital at Plainview. She weighed six pounds, 11 ounches and was 18 and one half inches long. More...

Events & Calendar

Senator Hannon congratulates Brianna Kilkenny of Farmingdale

Senator Kemp Hannon (R-6th S.D.) recently congratulated Brianna Kilkenny of Farmingdale, the winner from LaSalle Regional School, of Senator Hannon More...

Ann Bambino Lodge awards scholarships

Ann Bambino Lodge 2353, Order Sons of Italy in America, recently awarded scholarships to Lindsay Carlucci and Daniela Pampalone. The scholarships were awarded at a dinner held Wednesday, June 29. More...

YES Community Counseling Center reaches out during weeks surrounding 9-11 anniversary

As we mark the fourth anniversary of the tragedy on September 11, 2001, YES Community Counseling Center is reaching out to all those still experiencing post trauma symptoms related to the terrorist attacks on 9/11. More...

Opinion

Trustees have to show up to represent the people

The vote in May of 2004 turned around the majority on the Amityville School Board, placing the former MAC Pack majority in the minority. This year More...

DRAWING CONCLUSIONS—by Kevin Eastwood

Full Story

Longtime PSD board member responds to previous letter

I would like to take this opportunity to respond to Mrs. Miller More...

Poll

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