January 4, 2006 RSS feed / Front Page

Community Methodist Church holds annual silent auction

Community Methodist Church in Massapequa recently held its annual silent auction. More...

Amityville School District audit shows $2.9M 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...

Correction

A story that appeared in the December 21, 2005 editon, "MPK Mayor refutes flyers More...

Special Sections

Schools/Sports

Albany Ave. school in Farmingdale

holds "Music saves lives" fundraiser

Albany Avenue band and orchestra students, under the guidance of teachers Heather Schoppmann and Diane Block, recently raised money for the victims of Hurricane Katrina. More...

History comes alive at Berner Middle

School in Massapequa

Eighth grade students at Massapequa More...

Massapequa HS art students beautify community

Under the guidance of Massapequa High School art teachers Gale Domingo and Julie Thornton, 24 of Massapequa High School More...

Obituaries

Mary Varas, 67, former Village resident, loving mother, grandmother

A dedicated mother, grandmother and Tupperware saleswoman, Mary Varas lived on Charles Avenue in Massapequa Park for 25 years. In 1995 she relocated with her family to Orlando, Florida. More...

Opinion

Remember shower caps?

The beginning of a new year is always a time for not only looking forward but also looking back. News accounts this week helped us do that. More...

Massapequans "adopt" the best of holiday spirits

Dear Editor: More...

Mortality statistics of previous wars

I recall Chris Sheehan More...

Signs hope to raise speed awareness in MPK

In an attempt to slow down traffic in the Village of Massapequa Park, Mayor James Altadonna announced that three permanent speed awareness signs will be placed at what are perceived as dangerous traffic zones: two in front of Massapequa High School i More...

Chamber of Commerce holds holiday luncheon

Nassau County Legislator Dave Mejias (D-North Massapequa) joined the Massapequa Chamber of Commerce recently for its Holiday Luncheon at Katie Daly More...

Commissioner elected in water and fire districts

Elections were held for commissioners December 13 in the Massapequa and North Massapequa Fire Districts, the South Farmingdale and Massapequa Water districts. More...

Lockhart Playground dedication ceremony held

The Town of Oyster Bay Supervisor John Venditto addresses rapt R.J. Lockhart students in Massapequa during their new playground's ribbon cutting in October. More...

 

People/Social

Richie and Nellie Oliver announce the birth of grandchild

Richie and Nellie Oliver, of Massapequa Park, announce the birth of their third grandchild. Olivia Marie was born October 10, 2005, weighing eight pounds, six ounces and was 21 and one half inches long. More...

Hilary Hartung to Head Women’s

Golf Association

The Long Island Chapter of the Executive Women More...

Matthew Schneiderman currently deployed over seas

Army Spec. Matthew V. Schneiderman is currently deployed overseas at a forward operating location in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom. More...

Library

At the Library...

Massapequa
523 Central Avenue
798-4607
Massapequa Park
40 Harbor Lane
799-0770
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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, January 5
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Nassau residents receive flu shots

The Nassau County Department of Health gave out flu shots to more than 500 people at Massapequa High School in November. More...

Hearing on proposed hydrant rentals January 10

Two proposed contracts for the rental of hydrants for calendar year 2006 will be the subjects of Tuesday, January 10, public hearings by the Oyster Bay Town Board, according to Town Councilman Joe Muscarella. More...

Poll

Did the Baltimore Ravens and NFL handle the Ray Rice case responsibly?