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Nassau County Executive Thomas R. Suozzi, shown right, thanks Robbie Harte, left, of Massapequa, for volunteering her time to drive local veterans to various appointments and errands. More...

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Events & Calendar


The following are a list of public meetings and special events for the coming week:
THURSDAY, September 22
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First United Methodist installs new pastor

On Sunday, September 11, the Rev. Dr. Louise Stowe-Johns was installed as pastor of the First United Methodist Church on Broadway in Amityville. The church was established in 1792, eight years after Methodism became a denomination. More...



Brunswick closed but not forgotten
The news that Brunswick Hospital Center specifically, and New York

state in general, will not provide care and housing for some of the victims of Hurricane Katrina was disappointing in that many looked forward to being able to roll up their sleeves and help out. More...


Brunswick Hospital no longer provides general or emergency medical care. Its been our pleasure to serve the community for 115 years. Unfortunately even a new front facade wasn't enough to keep us profitable and in operation. More...

Reader challenges Schmitt’s position on gang-related incidents

The July 20th article about Legislator Schmitt More...

Verizon, Cablevision battle it out in MPK

Village board set to approve FIOS contract Monday

A crowd of residents, about half supporting Verizon and the other half Cablevision, attended a public hearing in Massapequa Park Village last week. More...

Blessing of the Animals

to be held at St. David's

Marianne Tomecek, Pastor of St. David More...

GOP works to win back NC Legislature

As the time arrives for the political combatants to formally climb into the lists, Massapequa and the Southeast Nassau area figure to be the top area of combat. More...



Fowl Ball!

Weekly report on the
Ducks Floating Away With Division Race

With only a handful of games left in the regular season, it is very likely that there will be playoff baseball at Citibank Park for the second year in a row. More...


Former ‘Pequan’ Ann Janos, 81

Longtime Massapequa resident Ann Janos died at Shady Grove Adventist Hospital in Maryland on July 21, 2005. She was 81-years old. More...

John Dluzneski of North Massapequa,

John S. Dluzneski, Sr., of North Massapequa, died July 21, 2005. More...

Joan Button of Massapequa

Joan Button, of Massapequa, died August 11, 2005. More...