November 2, 2005 RSS feed / People/Social

Bar Harbor Library hosts Matisse workshop

The hands-on Matisse workshop, led by artist Beth S. Goldberg, was held Tuesday, September 27, at the Massapequa Bar Harbor Library. At that time participants had an opportunity to experience Matisse More...

West Islip Symphony Orchestra to host flutist Maria Mucaria at the middle school

Massapequa Park resident Maria R. Mucaria is an accomplished flutist, but her heart belongs to that instrument More...

Riveting Red Roses first meeting held at Kri sch’s Restaurant

The newly organized Riveting Red Roses chapter of the Red Hat Society, with nine members, recently held its first meeting at Steve McCue More...

Weitzman, Mejias Talk Taxes With Plainedge

Residents at Town Hall

At a recent Town Hall meeting at Plainedge High School, Nassau County Comptroller Howard Weitzman and Legislator David Mejias discussed property taxes with residents. More...

Editorial: The Post’s political endorsements, 2005

COUNTY OF NASSAU
County Executive

There is no question that Nassau County Executive Tom Suozzi has run into some rough spots and that his administration has had to face some difficult and embarrassing moments. More...

Public Commentary

The letter is in response to Rose Hobbins and Bill Manton. They need to get their facts straight. More...

Northside Elementary Art Show and Auction

Northside Elementary PTA of Farmingdale is sponsoring an art show and auction with cocktail reception Friday, November 18 at the Manor East, 201 Jerusalem Ave. More...

Historical Society holds annual fall festival

The Historical Society of the Massapequas held its annual fall festival Sunday, October 16. Despite the one-day delay due to nine days of rain, the event was well attended by the community. More...

Farmingdale Teacher Honored By United States Department of Education

 

The U.S. Department of Education recently announced their selection of New York More...

Massapequa Park Mayor James Altadonna meets Town Supervisors

Village of Massapequa Park Mayor James Altadonna, who also serves as second vice president of the Nassau County Village Officials Association (NCVOA), recently met with town supervisors John Venditto of Oyster Bay, Kate Murray of Hempstead, and Jonat More...