June 22, 2006 RSS feed / Front Page

Town Clerk discusses historical records with ALA

Recently, Town Clerk Steve Labriola and Town Historian John Hammond had the pleasure of sharing town records and historical documents with the members of the American Legion Ladies Auxiliary. More...

Special Sections

Schools/Sports

St. Rose third graders send blessings to Iraq

Back in January, the third graders at St. Rose of Lima put their letter writing skills to good use. More...

Eastplain Elementary wins grand prize in Scholastic Book Fair contest

Eastplain Elementary School in North Massapequa, has earned one of four grand prizes in the Scholastic Book Fairs' national "Enter The Kingdom of Reading" contest, winning a visit from award-winning author Pam Muoz Ryan and a $2,500 gift certificate More...

Birch Lane Students Participate in Unique Artistic Experience

Art students in Dorothy Barry's classes at Birch Lane Elementary School in Massapequa were given the unique opportunity to showcase their talents in the New York State Portfolio Project sponsored by the New York State Art Teachers Association. More...

Obituaries

Henry R. Ceraulo, resident of Massapequa Park

Henry R,. Ceraulo, of Massapequa Park, died May 15, 2006. He was 89 years old. More...

Betty Jane Kwiatkowski, resident of Massapequa

Betty Jane Kwiatkowski, of Massapequa, died May 18, 2006. More...

Maria DeRita, resident of North Massapequa

Maria DeRita, of North Massapequa, died May 19, 2006. She was 90 years old. More...

Opinion

O'Bay officials should step up

The Town of Babylon won the first round in a lawsuit against Republic Airport related to the construction of two large hangars there. More...

DRAWING CONCLUSIONS

Full Story

Open space and affordable housing: We Can Have Both

One person's new family home is another's "over development". More...

Massapequa High School principal retiring

James Maloney, known amongst his peers as "the dean of high school principals," is retiring after 24 years of service to the Massapequa School District. More...

Local folks in the news

Pete Rose was at Last Licks in Massapequa. Some very excited Massapequa International Little Leaguers met "Charly Hustle", the alltime Major League Baseball hit leader, on Sunday, April 9. More...

Six Massapequa soccer teams make it to the prestigious State Cup games

Six teams from the Massapequa Soccer Club played in the State Cup Open finals in Saratoga Springs after each team soared to the top of a previous competition at the Annual Lincoln Page Memorial Day Tournament. More...

 

People/Social

MPK taxes due

Incorporated Village of Massapequa Park residents are reminded that the annual tax levy is due June 1 but can be paid without penalty through June 30. More...

Three year old students enjoy storytime

Mrs. Semmig, a teacher at St. David's Evangelical Lutheran Church's Preschool in Massapequa Park, is shown reading to the three-year-old class. More...

Dangers of leaving children in cars

Oyster Bay Town Supervisor John Venditto reminds parents, grandparents and anyone involved in caring for young children not to leave them in a car during the warm summer days. More...

Columnists - Free Access

Pets, Pets, Pets...

Pets of the Week

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Events & Calendar

POST CALENDAR OF EVENTS

The following are a list of public meetings and special events for the coming More...

Hurricane preparedness seminar June 29

Legislator Edward Mangano has announced that he has arranged for the Nassau County Office of Emergency management to give an informational hurricane preparedness seminar. More...

Residents complete Reckson Long Island marathon held May 7

Congratulations go to 59-year-old Sherry Bellovin of North Massapequa and 74-year-old Howard Kestenbaum of Massapequa Park, both of whom successfully completed the 2006 Reckson Long Island marathon on May 7. More...

Poll

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