October 1, 2008 RSS feed / People/Social

American Black Belt sweeps team competition

Students from Massapequa's American Black Belt Academy recently finished a year long tournament circuit in which they took first place in all team divisions, beginner, intermediate and advanced. More...

Sgt. Gilbert prepares to deploy to Iraq

Marine Corps Reserve Sgt. Paul R. More...

BACCA applauds Amityville filmmaker

The Babylon Arts Council (BACCA) announced that local film-maker Stephen Frederick has achieved recognition as a finalist in the I Love NY Short Film Competition. Frederick, an Amityville resident, is a freelance graphic artist and filmmaker. More...

Local candidate holds rally for Barack Obama

Carol Gordon, a resident of Massapequa and the Democratic candidate for New York State Senator in the 8th District recently held a rally at her home for the Democratic Presidential Candidate Barack Obama. More...

Half Hollow Church honors Good Samaritans

After the Half Hollow Church of Dix Hills was vandalized, the Engelmann family of Engelmann Energy of Northport came to help the small membership of the parish. More...

Mayor Altadonna recognizes Eagle Scout Kevin Kimick

Mayor James Altadonna and the Board of Trustees of the Incorporated Village of Massapequa Park recently recognized Eagle Scout Kevin S. Kimick with a citation for the Eagle Scout project. More...

Bridget Leheny cuts hair for Locks of Love

Bridget Leheny recently cut off eleven inches of her hair to donate to Locks of Love. She had her hair cut at Sal the Barber in Amityville. Bridget is entering into fourth grade at St. Martin of Tours School in September. More...