December 14, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

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Oyster Bay Town Councilwoman Rose Marie Walker, center, recently attended the Westfield Works Wonders event, held at Westfield Sunrise Mall in Massapequa. More...

Former Massapequa resident to star in television special

Eugene Pack is funny. In fact, the former Massapequa resident is funny enough to have created, produced, and starred in the television special "Celebrity Autobiography: In Their Own Words," which will air on Bravo at 10 p.m. More...

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CALENDAR OF EVENTS
The following are a list of public meetings and special events for the coming week:
THURSDAY, December 15
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Housing proposal for former Lowes site subject of Town Board meeting Dec. 20th

At a public hearing scheduled for December 20, the Town of Oyster Bay will consider a request for a change of zone to permit a developer to construct housing on a piece of property along Sunrise Highway that once was the proposed site for a controver More...

North Babylon home lights up for Schneider Children’s Hospital

Over one million lights, thousands of decorations, and Christmas scenes adorn the Kime Avenue home of Andrew and Elinor Spadafora in North Babylon. The Spadafora More...

Opinion

Glad to hear that NYS is ready to move forward with civil confinement for pedophiles

The New York State legislature is now prepared to discuss, in earnest, a measure that would help protect children from pedophiles. More...

Americans should celebrate the Bill of Rights

The Bill of Rights defines America. Why don More...

Prostitution bust in Massapequa Park

A tipoff that the tidy small, white house with black trim at 209 Block Boulevard was something other than what it appeared to be was the large keypad entry lock on the front door, and the crimson sign that read, "Do not block driveway: parking i More...

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State Senator Owen H. More...

Local filmmaker looks to help others overcome

Although a tragic accident ripped actor, producer and musical composer John Carpenter from Broadway at the pinnacle of his career, his love of film served as his rehabilitation as he struggled to learn how to walk and how to speak all over again. More...

 

Schools/Sports

Massapequa School District releases information on annual audit

In its annual external audit conducted by an independent agency, the Massapequa School district once again was found to have firm economic footing when it comes to district finances and the allocation of taxpayers More...

Local athlete completes lacrosse career with second national championship

Colette Carpenter, senior captain of Stonehill College, Easton, Massachusetts, women More...

Massapequa Power wins first place in Frederick Cup Premier Tournament

Four-time consecutive State Cup Champions Massapequa Power under-14 girls soccer team won first place in the Columbus Day Frederick Cup Premier Tournament in Delaware. More...

Obituaries

Henry W. Heuser, of Massapequa Park

Henry W. Heuser, of Massapequa Park, died November 12, 2005. More...

Thomas J. Reid, 75, former

Park Boulevard Accountant

Thomas J. Reid, who lived in Massapequa for many years, owned and operated his namesake accounting firm at 42 Park Boulevard for 25 years and filed tax returns for the 7-11 chain stores all over Long Island. More...

Harold Barton Jr., 58,

Pequa Florist Deliveryman

In the last four years, anyone who was lucky enough to get a flower delivery would most likely remember Harold Barton who worked as a part-time driver for the Massapequa Florist. More...