December 21, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

Wantagh Jewish Center events

The Wantagh Jewish Center will be holding the following events at the Center, 3710 Woodbine Ave., Wantagh. More...

Amityville School District audit shows additional money in budget

Amityville School officials announced recently that an audit has found approximately $2.9 million in the budget, additional money that cannot be used this year, but can be applied to next year More...

MPK all dressed for the holidays

The Massapequa Park Merchants Association has decorated the entire Village for the holidays and Nassau Legislator Peter J. Schmitt was on hand for the annual tree lighting. More...

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Schools/Sports

The Massapequa High School Senior Boys Cross Country Team won the Jim Smith Invitational, defeating 25 other teams from across Long Island and throughout New York City. More...

Temple Judea to hold reunion of religious school

Temple Judea, Massapequa, will have a reunion for former students of the religious school. This is a special event for 20-somethings to be held on Friday, December 30, 7 p.m. More...

Taking an autumn walk in the park on a class trip

Robin Lever, director of St. David More...

Obituaries

Laura Fenn-Spiteri, 46, insurance company employee

Laura Fenn-Spiteri, who lived in Babylon Village for 35 years, died November 2, 2005 after a battle with Aplastic Anemia, a rare blood disease similar to leukemia. She was 46 years. More...

Barry Waters loving husband and resident of North Massapequa

J. Barry Waters, of North Massapequa, died November 23, 2005. More...

Martin Brendan Woods, resident of Massapequa

Martin Brendan Woods, of Massapequa, died November 19, 2005. More...

Sparse turnout helps cement Farmingdale’s energy-smart bond proposal defeat

On December 6, a vote was held in the Farmingdale School District, but most residents didn More...

MPK Mayor refutes flyer’s allegations

Mayor James Altadonna is countering statements made in flyers distributed throughout Massapequa Park that say Verizon broke its promise to Massapequa Park residents. More...

MPK all dressed for the holidays

The Massapequa Park Merchants Association has decorated the entire Village for the holidays and Nassau Legislator Peter J. Schmitt was on hand for the annual tree lighting. More...

Massapequa Head Coach Gary Mims to be honored on his retirement

As Massapequa High School celebrates its 50th Anniversary, it also reaches another milestone, Coach Gary Mims, Head Coach of the Massapequa High School Wrestling Team, has announced that he will retire at the end of this season. More...

Wantagh Jewish Center events

The Wantagh Jewish Center will be holding the following events at the Center, 3710 Woodbine Ave., Wantagh. More...

 

People/Social

Mall Walking Program registration open January 2

Oyster Bay Town Councilman Chris J. Coschignano announced that registration for the town More...

Holiday lighting held December 3

The Massapequa Chamber of Commerce, in partnership with Town of Oyster Bay Supervisor John Venditto, welcomed Santa Claus at the tree and Menorah lighting held Saturday, December 3 at Klestenick Park on Broadway. More...

Massapequa family honored at Reckson Plaza

Against the boughs of an 80 foot tall Christmas tree at Reckson Plaza, East Meadow, a Massapequa family is honored by Reckson Associates Realty for its role in helping to build Long Island as they place mini hard hat ornaments on the tree. 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, December 15
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Masssapequa Park Village Merchants Association

Where commerce and community work hand-in-hand

Can you believe that Christmas and Hanukkah are just around the corner? I am sure that everyone has been diligently shopping for all of the gifts needed for their families. More...

Sanitation collection modified for Christmas and New Year’s

The Town of Oyster Bay sanitation collection schedule will be modified for the Monday, December 26, in observance of Christmas, and Monday, January 2, 2006, in observance of New Year More...

Opinion

Christmas and Chanukah are not secular holidays

Merry Christmas and Happy Chanukah. More...

Massapequans "adopt" the best of holiday spirits

Dear Editor: More...

Too much Christmas?

Dear Editor,

Is it me or have people gone too far? What is with all the blowup decorations "adorning" my neighbor More...

Poll

Should President Barack Obama grant amnesty to illegal immigrants through a Presidential executive order?