June 15, 2011 RSS feed / Front Page

HELPING OUR TROOPS:

Sol Goldstein of Massapequa spearheaded a project on behalf of the Brotherhood of Temple B'nai Torah, Wantagh, collecting supplies for our military, including reading and writing materials, snacks, p More...

Damage found in Massapequa Preserve

Police are investigating an incident of vandalism that occurred in the Massapequa Preserve at the entrance at Lake Shore Drive and Park Boulevard last week. More...

Special Sections

Schools/Sports

Massapequa Chiefs Varsity Ice Hockey wins Championship

The Massapequa Chiefs Varsity ice hockey team had much to celebrate this year, capturing a first place division title and winning the Nassau County and Town of Oyster Bay Championships! More...

Columnists - Free Access

Pets, Pets, Pets

It was the grandest of grand openings. On June 4th, Last Hope Animal Rescue celebrated the ribbon cutting of our new Wantagh Dog and Cat Adoption Center. More...

Library

LIBRARY

Massapequa • 523 Central Avenue 798- 4607 Massapequa Park • 40 Harbor Lane 799-0770 www.massapequalibrary.org. More...

Obituaries

John Lieblang, WWII Army Veteran, funeral director and professor at Farmingdale State University

Even after he helped to put a man on the moon as an employee of Grumman Aerospace, Amityville resident John M. Lieblang continued to pursue another dream: becoming a funeral director. It was a dream he eventually realized. More...

Opinion

Editorial:

A degree of responsibility

With the final week of classes underway, graduations looming and a long, hopefully warm and sunny summer ahead of us, there is great anticipation in the air. More...

Police seat belt crackdown underway

Local police continue to monitor drivers for seat belt violations and are prepared to hand out tickets for violators. So, a word to the wise, use your seatbelt. It might just save you not only cash, but also your life. More...

Bennet was good choice

Dear Editor: I would like to congratulate Gary Bennett on his election to the School Board. He is for a zero school budget increase for next year. This is long overdo, as our School Board has a spending problem. More...

Breaking News - 6/23/2011 8:02 PM

Police, firefighters investigate suspicious incident this morning

ALL CLEAR SOUNDED

The presence of smoke and a foul odor coming from the cargo area of a United Parcel Service truck resulted in a major investigation into the incident by police and fire officials this morning. More...

Masssapequa Lions celebrate 60th anniversary

The Massapequa Lions celebrated their 60th Anniversary at the Stuart ThomasManorofMassapequa and Linda Ruggiero was awarded a President Plaque for her leadership and determination. More...

JEANNETTE COREY WINS CONTEST:

Jeannette Corey of Massapequa was a recent winner in a contest, “Bethpage Air Show Rocks!” sponsored by the Bethpage Federal Credit Union and the Geico Skytypers. More...

Two charged with grand larceny in South Farmingdale

Eighth Squad detectives report the details of two arrests for multiple grand larcenies that occurred in South Farmingdale and throughout Nassau County from March 22 through June 7, 2011. More...

 

People/Social

Temple B’nai Torah hosts first annual Interfaith Shabbat

Temple B’nai Torah, Wantagh, hosted the First Annual Joyce Berger Memorial Interfaith Shabbat entitled The Benefits and Challenges to Muslim-Jewish Dialogue. More...

Susan Ring named president of N.C. Coalition Against Domestic Violence

Massapequa resident Susan Ring, first vice president/ director of branch banking of Astoria Federal Savings, has been named board president of the Nassau County Coalition Against Domestic Violence, effective May 1. More...

Cub Scout Pack 776 visits the 7th precinct

Cub Scout Wolfs from Pack 776 of Massapequa Park recently visited the Seventh Police Precinct and received a tour from Police Officer Piccininni. More...

Events & Calendar

Epilepsy Foundation needs volunteers for puppetry

The Epilepsy Foundation of Long Island, dedicated to providing education, counseling and residential care to the estimated 30,000 Long Islanders with epilepsy and related conditions, is looking for volunteers in Suffolk County who have a few hours a More...

Life Saving Volunteers needed at Long Island Crisis Center

Long Island Crisis Center (LICC), the 24 hour-aday, seven day-a-week, suicide prevention and crisis intervention hotline, is currently recruiting volunteers to participate in its upcoming Counselor Assistant Training Program. More...

Name the Guide Dog contest underway

The Massapequa Lions are again running their Second Annual Name the Guide Dog Contest. This year the Lions bought two Guide Dogs. More...

Legals - Free Access

Public Notices -

Your right to know

Legal Notice Notice of formation of Tropics of E Massage Therapy, PLLC. Articles of organization filed with the Secretary of State of NY (SSNY) on 04/11/2011. Office location : Nassau County. More...