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Halloween at McKenna

The PTA of McKenna Elementary School in Massapequa Park held its annual Halloween party on Friday, October 27. The boys and girls had a good time playing games, dancing, getting their faces painted and more. More...

Red Thunder beats undefeated Merrick; Massapequa team heads to Division title game

The Massapequa Red Thunder played another exciting game last week to beat undefeated Merrick 3-2. A win in this matchup would give the boys from Massapequa a chance at first place. More...

P'edge HS band takes first place in Marching Band Festival

Plainedge High School participated in The 44th Annual Marching Band Festival, which took place at Hofstra University on October 18, 19 and 23. More...

Library

At the Library...

Massapequa 523 Central Avenue 798-4607 Massapequa Park More...

Events & Calendar

POST CALENDAR OF EVENTS

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

Wantagh Memorial Holiday Fair Dec. 2

The Wantagh Memorial congregational Church will be holding its holiday fair, Saturday, December 2 in the Parish Hall, 1845 Wantagh Ave., four blocks north of the railroad. More...

Long Island Air Force Association 65th Annual Memorial Ceremony to be held on December 7

Long Island Chapter #202 of the Air Force Association will present Dropping of the Rose 65th anniversary memorial ceremony, December 7, 1941 - 2006. Admission is free and all are welcome to join in to honor all veterans. More...

Parking problems at Massapequa High School continue as Village and District seek resolution

The Village of Massapequa Park and the Massapequa School District continue talks over parking problems caused by the number of Massapequa High School students who use a Village parking lot intended to provide space for patrons of nearby stores on Mer More...

 

People/Social

North Massapequa resident returns after second Tour in Iraq

North Massapequa resident and US Army soldier, Sgt Frank Stalzer Jr, returned to Ft Hood, Texas on Saturday, November 4, after serving with the More...

Robert Muir named CEO

Robert G. Muir, a 1988 graduate of Amityville Memorial High School, was recently named chief executive officer of the Town of Hempstead Employees Federal Credit Union. More...

Soccer players selected for Olympic program

Nick Bigilin, Joseph Swenson, Johnny Romano and Oliver Roberts, shown left to right, were selected for the Eastern New York Soccer Association Olympic Development Program. All four boys presently play for the Massapequa Soccer Club's Scorpions. More...

Columnists - Free Access

Pets, Pets, Pets

It's written that Noah built an ark to ensure zoological diversity. Back then, he didn't know (or care) that genes were the blueprints for life. He probably wouldn't have believed it. Being a typical man, he didn't take a map either. More...

Obituaries

Obituary Notices

Nettie G. Carswell, professional dog handler by Tiffany Elliott More...

Opinion

Editorial

Court School decision on New York City School aid was right

It was good to read that the state's Appellate Court was bold and wise in reducing the whopping millions the lower court ordered the state to give New York City Schools for renovating its school facilities. More...

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Public Commentary

LIPA windfarm project needs closer review

Dear Editor: Let's look further into the LIPA/FPL Wind Farm project. The proposed 40,443 ft. More...

Poll

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