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Library

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Events & Calendar

Post CALENDAR

The following is a list of public meetings and special events for the coming week. Readers should know that meetings are subject to change without notice. More...

L.I. Dahlia Society meets Nov. 19

Learn the secrets to successfully wintering dahlia tubers. Also see what new dahlias will be available next year. The Long Island Dahlia Society will meet Thurs., Nov. 19, 7 p.m. in the HG Williams Community Center, Ritter Avenue, Massapequa. More...

Temple Sinai hosts holiday boutique

Temple Sinai of Massapequa and Amityville is hosting a Hanukkah Holiday Boutique on Sundays, Nov. 15 and Dec. 6, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Find gifts to celebrate the Festival of Lights. More...

Girls bring home soccer tournament wins

The Massapequa U14 D’feeters came in first place in the Western Lehigh Columbus Day Weekend tournament. Theteam won all four games in shutouts thanks to the hard work of goalie Cameo Tietje. More...

 

Columnists - Free Access

Massapeua Post, 1975

November 20th 1975 Can the “Downtown Pequa” be saved? Can “Downtown” Massapequa be saved before blight sets in? Is there anything worth saving? How can it be done? Where does the state, town or county fit in? More...

Pets, Pets, Pets

To give; or not to give… that is the “que$tion”. Times are tough. More...

Obituaries

Ferdinand Palma, Massapequa resident, lithographer and boater

Ferdinand Palma, a resident of Massapequa and a man of many talents and interests, died Oct. 25, 2009 of leukemia. He was 81 years old. His wife described him as a generous and outgoing man who could do almost anything. More...

Opinion

Raises clearly set the wrong tone for new GOP majority

Editorial

for new GOP majority Very often the timing of doing the right thing is wrong. More...

We must change the course of voter apathy in America

The percentage of qualified voters who went to the polls last week was deplorable. Between 15 and 18 of 100 eligible voters actually got to the polls to cast their ballots on Tues., Nov. 3. That means that between 85 and 88 percent stayed home. More...

DRAWING CONCLUSIONS

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Poll

Do you approve of the way the Obama administration is handling the Ebola crisis?