May 26, 2010 RSS feed / People/Social

HOMETOWN HEROES

Local Armed Forces residents in the news

Marine Corps Pvt. William G. Lee, son of Diana M. and William G. Lee of Massapequa, recently completed 12 weeks of basic training at Marine Corps Recruit Depot, Parris Island, S. C. More...

Ms. Senior America crowned

Pageant director hails from Massapequa

The 25th Ms. New York Senior America contest was held at Lindenhurst High School in April. More...

Science collides with safety at Massapequa H.S.

Allstate Agent Mary Biancaniello recently visited Massapequa High School to present it with the groundbreaking CRASH! The Science of Collisions program. More...

Free Food for seniors

TheCommodity Supplemental Food Program (C.S.F.P.) is offering free food for seniors age 60 or more who meet income guidelines. The program is funded by USDA, NYSDOH and administrated by Catholic Charities. More...

Massapequa Woman’s Club hosts Charity Fashion Show and Luncheon

The Woman’s Club of Massapequa held its Annual Charity Fashion Show and Luncheon at the Coral House in Baldwin, Wed., April 28 with fashions provided by Annie Sez of Massapequa. More...

TheMassapequa Park Senior Club installs new officers

The Massapequa Park Senior Club, otherwise known as “The Brady Bunch,” held its annual installation of officers and Legislator Peter J. More...

Westfield Mall sponsors Massapequa family day

The Westfield Sunrise Mall celebrated Massapequa Day May 15 and many students, organizations and businesses from the community participated. More...

Community drug forum addresses County’s heroin epidemic

Shown, left to right, are Detective Sergeant Gary Shapiro, Detective Pamela Stark, Legislator Joe Belesi, Deputy Commissioner William Flanagan, Police Officer Dan Haggerty and Police Officer Joe DiBar More...

Poll

Do you expect to spend more this holiday season than you did last year?