February 24, 2010 RSS feed / People/Social

Unqua students leave lasting gifts for Bristal residents

During one of the unique projects offered through the Massapequa Public School District’s school wide enrichment program, second-grade students brought cheer to residents of the Bristal Assisted Living Facility in Massapequa in a giving projec More...

Moot Court trials held

On Wed., Jan. 20, Moot Court Trials were performed by members of Mr. Bachman’s Massapequa High School’s Introduction to Law Class. Presiding at the trials was Village Justice Gerard E. Giannattasio. More...

Carol Ann Hasenstab named retail manager

TD Bank, America’s Most Convenient Bank®, has promoted Amityville resident Carol Ann Hasenstab to retail market manager in Melville. More...

Massapequa novelist Steve Post honored with President’s Lifetime Achievement Award

TheLong Island Writers’ Guild (LIWG), a writing organization established and dedicated to fostering the development of its members and talents, recently honored Massapequa resident Steve Post with the President’s Award for Lifetime Achie More...

Books come alive at Maria Regina school

On Wed., Feb. 3, parents, teachers, administration, and students of Maria Regina School in Seaford performed in the school’s second annual Books Alive production. More...

Sharing warmth and joy at Berner Middle School

At Berner Middle School in the Massapequa Public School District, the once defunct K. More...

Mixing it up at Ames

Each year, many students share the common concern that it is difficultto fitin at school. Nowhere in school are the peer boundaries more clearly drawn than in and around the cafeteria. More...

Harlem MagicMasters come to McKenna

On Wed., Feb. 3, during recess, Massapequa’s McKenna Elementary School had a visit from two members of the Harlem MagicMasters. Thestudents had a great time learning about some of the members on the team and watching them perform tricks. More...

Town holds soldier collection drive

TheTown of Oyster Bay is participating in a Soldier Collection Drive in an effort to gather needed supplies to be sent to the men and women serving overseas. According to Town Councilman Anthony D. More...

Scholars in the News

•Kathryn Brummer, of Massapequa Park, has begun her first year at Mount Holyoke College, South Hadley, Massachusetts. She previously attended Long island Lutheran High School. More...