December 7, 2011 RSS feed / Front Page

Vote set for Fire Commissioners' races in Massapequa and North Massapequa

On Tuesday, Dec. 13, residents of the Massapequa and North Massapequa fire districts will head to the polls to vote for Fire Commissioners. In both races, the candidates are running unopposed. More...

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Schools/Sports

Massapequa Mustang 10-year-olds win Superbowl

Massapequa Mustang 10-year-old Army516-won798-the5100Superbowl631-18-7264-by taking0077 on a tough MichiganCheck team at John J. Burns Park in Massapequa yesterday. More...

Touchdowns touching lives: Schmo Bowl held at Walker Street Park

On Sat., Nov. 26, at Massapequa’s Walker Street Park, the XV Annual Schmo Bowl was held. About 100 St. Rose of Lima, CYO alumni gathered together to play touch football and raise money for a local Massapequa charity. More...

Massapequa Park grad signs Letter of Intent

The signing of four student-athletes to National Letters of Intent were announced by Elon University baseball coach Mike Kennedy recently. More...

Events & Calendar

Toy Drive at Amityville Car Wash through December 13

Donations will be accepted until Tues., Dec. 13 for the Hope For Youth Toy Drive. Donate an unwrapped new toy and/or gift card for boys and girls up to the age of 16 and receive a $3 off Amity Car Wash coupon towards a car wash. More...

Nazarene women's Christmas party to be held December 9

The Massapequa Park Church of the Nazarene women's ministries will be holding their annual women's Christmas party on Friday, Dec. 9 at 7:30 p.m. I will take place at the church on 65 Roosevelt Ave. in Massapequa Park. More...

Massapequa Philharmonic presents violinist Anna Lee December 10th

The Massapequa Philharmonic Orchestra, under the direction of its Principal Conductor David Leibowitz, continues its 29th season of free concerts with violinist Anna Lee performing the Brahms Violin Concerto on Sat., Dec. More...

Legals - Free Access

Public Notices

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SUPREME COURT - COUNTY OF NASSAU EASTERN SAVINGS BANK, FSB, Plaintiff against RICHARD FASANELLO, MD, et al Defendant(s). More...

Man charged after shooting stop sign

The Seventh Squad reports the arrest of a Massapequa man on Friday Dec. 9, 2011 at 12:51p.m. More...

Village lights up the night for the holidays

Hundreds of Massapequa and Massapequa Park residents and their families and friends kicked off the holiday season Nov. 26 with the traditional lighting of the Christmas Tree and Menorah. More...

Races on for Water Commissioners in Massapequa, South Farmingdale

Voters will have a chance to cast ballots for water commissioners on Tuesday Dec. 13. Running in the Massapequa Water District is Thomas P. Hand who is seeking the seat held by Frank Flood who is not seeking reelection. More...

 

People/Social

Local Eagle Scout makes the Massapequa Preserve his project

Friends of Massapequa Preserve recently sponsored and helped plan Eddie Markiewicz’s Eagle Scout project along the shoreline of Massapequa Lake. More...

Massapequa art teacher named “Art educator of the year”

Barbara Mims, art coordinating chairperson, K-12 for the Massapequa School District was named a Regional 2011 New York State Art Teacher’s Association (NYSATA) Educator of the Year. She received her award Nov. More...

YES Community Counseling Center wins $10,000 grant

Jamie Bogenshutz, executive director of YES Community Counseling of Massapequa, was recently awarded a $10,000 grant from MassMutual on behalf of Frank Baird, a financial professional with the Center for Wealth Preservation in Syosset. More...

Columnists - Free Access

Pets, Pets, Pets

The first poem below honors those who dedicate their lives to helping homeless and distressed animals. These kind people often do more than multitask; they “multi-care,” juggling several pets in need simultaneously. More...

Obituaries

Donald L. Massey, Massapequa Park resident, served in World War II

When Donald L. Massey and his wife moved to Massapequa Park in 1955, they became part of the generation that built the community. They worked, cared for their family, volunteered their time and helped their neighbors. More...

Opinion

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GUEST EDITORIAL

Congress must approve payroll tax cuts

Soon, Congress will decide whether to extend the payroll tax cut, a key economic benefit for the middle class, and the answer must be YES. More...

Tired of politicians’ words without leadership and action

Dear Editor: More...

Poll

Was the the beheading of a woman in Moore, Oklahoma on Fri., Sept. 26 an act of terrorism on American soil, or an isolated incident involving a mentally deranged individual acting alone?