November 30, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

Santa to arrive in Massapequa Park

On Sunday, December 4, Village Hall will be dressed in its finest as the Village welcomes all to come and celebrate the season. Refreshments and entertainment will be plentiful. Santa will be on hand and all children will leave with a goodie bag. More...

Massapequa Park disaster plan to include other villages

The Village of Massapequa Park just signed an agreement with two surrounding villages to provide and receive aide in case of an emergency. More...

Calling all local artists

Artists are wanted for the Fourth Annual Fine Arts Exhibit and Sale featuring the work of Long Island artists, to be held at the First United Methodist Church, 25 Broadway, Amityville in May 2006. More...

Special Sections

Events & Calendar

South Shore Audubon to hold children's holiday party

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Wreath Sale

The Amityville Kiwanis is holding its annual Christmas Wreath Sale on Saturday Dec. 10th. at the corner of Merrick Road and Bennette Place Amityville. All proceeds go back into the Amityville Community. More...

Surviving the Holidays without

Sabotaging Your Weight

Each year millions of people look forward to sitting down at the table with loved ones for a special holiday meal. More...

Opinion

Home teams did us proud

Congratulations to the home teams who did such an outstanding job this season, bringing recognition to themselves, their teams and their communities. More...

Civics should now move forward

Now that all sides have expressed themselves with regard to who was or was not responsible for the concept of a Field of Dreams in Massapequa, we More...

Candidate committed to resolving school aid issues on Long Island

I am writing this letter to advise the community about the important steps being taken by County Executive Thomas R. Suozzi regarding the school taxes. More...

Bond proposal on ballot for Farmingdale School District residents December 6th

Voters asked to approve $26.9M to improve buildings and facilities

On December 6th, residents of the Farmingdale School District will be asked to approve a $26,925,000 bond initiative designed to address the most serious concerns of the district More...

P’edge Reds fall to Huntington Blues in LI Title game

For the Cinderella story from Plainedge, the clock finally struck midnight. Two fourth quarter touchdowns gave the Huntington Blue Devils a 27-14 victory in the Long Island Championship Class III game held at Stony Brook University. More...

Massapequa Park presents Citizenship Award

Mayor James Altadonna and the Board of Trustees of the Incorporated Village of Massapequa Park, recently presented Donna Cohen with Massapequa Park's Citizenship Award. Cohen is the Village's first recipient to receive this award. More...

Fuschillo wins state grant for Massapequa Public Library

Senator Charles J. Fuschillo, Jr. (8th Senate District) announced recently that he secured $5,000 in state grant funding for the Massapequa Public Library. The library will use the funding to enhance it programs and services for children. More...

 

People/Social

Farmingdale teen coordinates "Coats for Kids" collection

Patrick Allgier is a teen who is looking to take the coat off your back and donate it to a good cause, the 2005 "Coats for Kids" Campaign sponsored by the Neighborhood Cleaners Association (NCA), according to Oyster Bay Town Councilman Anth More...

Dillon-Jeranek

Noreen Dillon and Robert Jeranek announce their engagement. Noreen is the daughter of Patricia Dillon of Fort Myers, Florida, formerly of Bethpage and the late Donald Dillon. More...

Local Armed Forces personnel in the News

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Obituaries

Catherine Zackoff, longtime Amityville resident, volunteer and ASD employee

Catherine Zackoff, who raised her family in Amityville, died November 1, 2005 at Falmouth Hospital in Massachusetts. She was 91 years old. More...

Susan Fraser (Chichester), 94, longtime area resident

Susan M. Fraser, who lived in the Amityville and Massapequa areas for 90 years, died October 20, 2005 in Holland, Massachusetts after a brief illness. She was 94 years old. More...

Daniel McAuliffe, longtime Massapequa Park resident

Daniel McAuliffe, longtime resident of Massapequa Park, died November 2, 2005. He was 96 years old. More...

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