August 31, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

Men's Club holds picnic

The Presbyterian Community Church in Massapequa held a picnic this summer sponsored by the Men More...

Amityville Church welcomes new pastor

Last month Amityville More...

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Library

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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, September 1
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Nassau County Fire Commision holds Award Ceremony

Oyster Bay Town Supervisor John Venditto, shown in photo fourth from right, Town Clerk Steven L. Labriola, second from right and Acting New York State Supreme Court Justice John M. More...

MPK Village updating Emergency Warning Notification System

The Village is currently updating its Emergency Warning Notification System. More...

Opinion

NC should revitalize mouth of Massapequa Preserve

Nassau County has invested a tremendous amount of money to bring back the health and vitality of the South Shore Estuary. As a result, we are seeing cleaner water and more lively streams, which is vital to our shoreline communities. More...

DRAWING CONCLUSIONS—by Kevin Eastwood

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SFWD cautions readers about water filter advertising campaign

The local drinking water continues to earn the highest grades possible for quality, and consumers should have absolutely no doubts about the South Farmingdale Water District More...

Oyster Bay Town changes building inspection policies

Lack of oversight in Massapequa's Central Tile case leads to tougher regulations

As a result of problems regarding construction of a new addition to a North Massapequa business, Central Tile Imports Limited, the Town of Oyster Bay announced recently that it has changed the operations of its building department. More...

Coast Guard plans to install communication towers

The United States Coast Guard held a public meeting this week on a plan to install two communication towers on Long Island More...

Republican incumbent Ed Mangano faces James Keough in 17th LD

While many people are spending the final days of summer at the beach or sitting poolside, Republican incumbent Leg. Edward P. Mangano and Democrat James Keough, are preparing for their race for the County Legislator in the 17th District. More...

 

Schools/Sports

Scholars in the ...

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Fowl Ball!

Weekly report on the
Ducks take over division lead

The Long Island Ducks are flying high right now. Just one month ago, nobody could have believed that the team was capable of going on the kind of streak that has now seen them finally land atop the North Division standings. More...

Obituaries

Richard McGill, former Biltmore Shores Civic President and WWII Vet

Richard McGill loved living in Massapequa and was involved in many of its clubs. At different times, he voluntarily served as the president of the Biltmore Shores Civic Association, the Biltmore Shores Beach Club and the St. More...

Sylvia Adler, 94, Massapequa volunteer

During the nine years Sylvia Adler lived in in Massapequa, she made many contributions to the community, according to her family. More...

Joseph Ryan, Retired NYC Detective and Mustangs Football Coach

Joseph Ryan, a 48-year Massapequan, died June 30, 2005 at his winter home in Palm Harbor, Florida. He was 76 years old. More...

Poll

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