November 16, 2006 RSS feed / Front Page

Red Thunder extends winning streak to three

The Massapequa Red Thunder extended their winning streak to three games, the longest of the season. They defeated Garden City 6-1 this weekend. More...

Halloween at Lockhart

All the "ghouls" and boys had fun again this year at R.J. Lockhart Elementary School's annual Halloween party. Students and their families had a horribly good time dancing, eating and playing spooky games. More...

Special Sections

Schools/Sports

Farmingdale students take the reading challenge

Oyster Bay Town Councilman Anthony D. Macagnone kept his promise to third, fourth and fifth graders at Saltzman East Memorial School in Farmingdale when he returned to the school with an ice cream reward. More...

Columnists - Free Access

Pets, Pets, Pets

Proper canine play is an important part of dog diplomacy. Just as kids require playground rules, our dogs need guidance and limits when they romp together. More...

Events & Calendar

POST CALENDAR OF EVENTS

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

Our Redeemer Luthern Church to hold Holiday fair

Our Redeemer Lutheran Church, 2025 Washington Ave., Seaford will be holding a holiday fair, Saturday, December 2, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. There will be homemade crafts, Christmas greens, Cafe Noel, Grandmother's Attic, a baked goods table and more. More...

St. William's School holds Fall Harvest Fair

The Fall H a r v e s t Fair was held on Sunday October 15 at S t . William's S c h o o l . The Home School Association sponsored More...

Emergency volunteers needed for local disaster planning

The Massapequa School District and Village of Massapequa Park have partnered in a program to help provide emergency services to the residents in the district in the face of a major health crisis or threat. More...

Neighbors all revved up over car dealer's expansion plans

At an informational meeting this week, the Massapequa Park Board of Trustees unveiled preliminary plans for the expansion of the Lexus dealer on Sunrise Highway. More...

Be prepared in case emergency strikes

Everyone remembers the heart-wrenching pictures of the people in the Gulf Coast following hurricane Katrina. More...

 

People/Social

Local artist gives workshop at Bar Harbor Library

On Tuesday, September 19, artist Beth S. Goldberg gave a hands-on workshop at the Massapequa Bar Harbor Library on futurist Joseph Stella. More...

Irish Cottage case to come before court again Nov. 17th

The Village of Massapequa Park's court case against the Irish Cottage Restaurant and Pub will come before the Massapequa Park Village Court November 17. More...

McKenna students hold car wash

The sixth graders of McKenna Elementary School had their annual car wash on Saturday, October 21. More...

Obituaries

Nancy Vessalico, 59: Grandchild of Marjorie R. Post

Vessalico, longtime Massapequan and granddaughter of Marjorie R. Post who was the first woman on the Town of Oyster Bay board, died September 27, 2006. She was 59 years old and lived on Clark Street. More...

James Butler, 67: former Massapequa Village resident

James T. Butler, who lived on Pennsylvania Avenue in Massapequa Park for 17 years, died October 18, 2006 at his home in Blue Springs, Missouri. He was 67. More...

Opinion

Education should not be an exercise for instant gratification

a provoking question. When it comes to our children's education, what is more important, feeling good or doing good? More...

DRAWING CONCLUSIONS

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Democrat majority will push Bush amnesty

Did the President sandbag the GOP? Why did President George W. Bush wait until after the mid-term elections to replace Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld? More...