October 12, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

Oyster Bay Town Supervisor candidates Venditto and Burke talk borrowing, taxes

The Town of Oyster Bay is a big place, with almost 300,000 residents. But, don More...

Supervisor Venditto unveils 2006 tax relief budget

Oyster Bay Town Supervisor John Venditto announced that the Town Board will hold day and night hearings on Tuesday, October 18, on his proposed 2006 $190,176,779 preliminary Town budget. More...

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Schools/Sports

East Lake Elementary School named Blue Ribbon School

The United States Department of Education has named East Lake Elementary School, in the Massapequa School District, a Blue Ribbon School for 2005. More...

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, October 13
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Farmingdale-Bethpage Historical Society to hold exhibit

The Farmingdale-Bethpage Historical Society (FBHS) will present an exhibit, Shopping on Main Street, from mid-autumn to mid-winter at the Farmingdale Public Library, 116 Merritts Rd. More...

Free mammograms

Many low-income women may not be aware that they can get a free or low-cost mammogram. More...

Opinion

Thanks for the summer flowers

As we move to the first brisk days of autumn, we could not let the time go by without saying how beautifully kept the summer flowers were in the business districts along Park Boulevard and Front Street. More...

...and for removing the abandoned vehicle

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Get registered and get out and vote

Election day is Tuesday, November 18th and voters will be asked to select new town and county officials. More...

MPK becomes first municipality to welcome Verizon FiOS

In the end, the agreement with Verizon was accepted by Massapequa Park officials who said residents deserve choice in their cable television service. More...

NMFD to hold 31st anniversary Rag-A-Muffin Parade and Fire Prevention Open House

The North Massapequa Fire Department (NMFD), in conjunction with participating local merchants and organizations, will be hosting its 31st Annual Children's Rag-A-Muffin Costume Parade on Sunday, October 30. More...

Massapequa Chiefs go game over .500

after victory over East Meadow

After starting the season with a disappointing loss at home to Baldwin and escaping with a victory over Hempstead, the Massapequa football team needed a win over East Meadow to ensure their postseason aspirations would not be destroyed by the first w More...

Local pizza boy delivers gift of charity to elderly woman

"I didn More...

 

People/Social

LI Blood Services recognizes Nassau volunteers

These Nassau volunteers were recently honored by Long Island Blood Services (LIBS) for contributing over 500 hours of service this past year at blood drives throughout Nassau County. More...

Nassau County Comptroller Weitzman honored for distinguished service

Nassau County Comptroller Howard S. Weitzman was presented with a Distinguished Service Award by Nicholas Graziano, shown right, chairman of the Nassau County Veterans Monument Committee, at the recent Walls of Honor dedication in Eisenhower Park. More...

Kiwanis Club of Massapequa receives grant from Wal-Mart

The Massapequa Kiwanis Foundation was recently presented a grant check in the amount of $1,000 from Wal-Mart at Sunrise Mall. The money helps fund specific child-oriented projects such as Kiwanis Kid More...

Obituaries

Maurice ‘Tex" Fulgham, ‘Pequan’ and Father to 16

Maurice B. Fulgham, who spent his life working in sales and helping others through his faith, died September 6, 2005. He was 80 years old. More...

Poll

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