April 16, 2008 RSS feed / Front Page

Public gives its wish list to Oyster Bay for SEA Fund $$$

Some people wanted money to protect the Great South Bay from rainwater runoff, others to buy environmentally sensitive land in the Town of Oyster Bay, build a canine park or a community center for senior citizens. More...

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Columnists - Free Access

Pets, Pets, Pets . .

"To test, or not to test- that is the question." Now that more Towns on Long Island are launching programs to help feral cat caretakers do the N in TNR (Trap/Neuter/Return), it's time to clarify a controversial component- whether or not to test fer More...

Events & Calendar

St. William kids go to Washington D.C.

St. William's parish and school was well represented at the annual March for Life on Jan. 22. The group gathered at 5:30 am for mass with Fr. Eric Fasano and then boarded a bus for the journey to our nation's capital. More...

St. David's preschoolers have a heart for our troops

The three- and four-year-old children that attend St. David's Lutheran Christian Preschool in Massapequa Park cut out and decorated colorful hearts for Valentine's Day for their families and to send to the troops in Iraq. Mrs. More...

Maria Regina school holds “dress down” day

The students at Maria Regina School held a "dress down" day on Thurs., Jan. 31 to raise money to send supplies to the troops in Iraq. More...

Legals - Free Access

PUBLIC NOTICES- Your Right To Know

Notice of Formation of The Law Offices of Maureen B. Godfrey, PLLC. Articles of Organization filed with Secy. of State of NY (SSNY) on 01/28/2008. Office location: Nassau. SSNY designated as agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served. More...

Today's news, April 23, 2008: Massapequan honored with sportsmanship award

Joe Votinelli of the Massapequa Soccer Club was recently presented with the Sportsmanship Coach of the Year from the Long Island Junior Soccer League. More...

Massapequa Chamber has a Ball celebrating its 60th

More than 300 people gathered at the Manor East in Massapequa March 28, recognizing the 6th anniversary of the Chamber of Commerce and recognizing businesses that represented the chamber's past, present and future. More...

Clarification

A story that appeared in last week's edition, "Flaherty goes public with district's charges," stated that Atlantic Music submitted a bill to the Massapequa School District for the repair of an instrument that was rented to the child of a school boa More...

 

Schools/Sports

Massapequa students extend holiday spirit of giving

With character education taking a leading role in the classroom experience in the Massapequa Public School District, it is not surprising that the generosity and compassion of Massapequa's students and community is a year round occurrence. More...

Ames students mix it up to challenge social boundaries

Every year, many students share a common concern about the difficulties of fitting in at school. Nowhere in school are social boundaries more clearly drawn than in the cafeteria. On Nov. More...

Farmingdale High School student government participates in food drive

Farmingdale High School students initiated a community food drive. Students, faculty and community members donated canned goods for the needy. More...

Obituaries

Eugene Malone, MSD employee & 'Pequan

Longtime Massapequa resident and loving patriarch, Eugene W. Malone, who worked as a custodian for the Massapequa School District, died March 15, 2008. He was 69 years old. Born in Brooklyn, he served in the U.S. Army. More...

Joseph Fazzare, retired U.S. postman, longtime 'Peqan

Retired U.S. postal employee and longtime Massapequan Joseph "Joe" V. Fazzare died March 13, 2008. He was 80 years old. Born in Brooklyn, he served in the U.S. Navy during World War II based in Cuba. More...

Opinion

County Democrats are putting politics before people in Mejias' spat

Editorial

N.C. Leg. Dave Mejias has been touted as the bad-boy of the Democratic party, and was slapped down last week by Democratic leaders for failing to walk the party line-again. More...

Journalism has lost a friend

Almost two decades ago, I had the opportunity to meet Bob Greene, the former Newsday reporter and editor who helped bring excitement and credibility to Long Island's only daily. More...

Readers respond to Flaherty charges

Public commentary

Dear Editor: We cannot remain silent in the wake of a tragic effort by this School Board to ruin the career of anyone for political reasons. More...

Poll

Was the the beheading of a woman in Moore, Oklahoma on Fri., Sept. 26 an act of terrorism on American soil, or an isolated incident involving a mentally deranged individual acting alone?