March 7, 2012 RSS feed / People/Social

Community Coalitions work to stem the tide of substance abuse

Prevention is the best medicine, because it is a strikingly effective way to stem the use of addictive drugs, say substance abuse and mental health specialists. More...

Grace Episcopal Church of Massapequa 168th meeting and elections held

Grace Episcopal Church of Massapequa held its 168th annual meeting recently and elected a church warden and three members of the church vestry. More...

Massapequa HS language teacher earns National Board Certification

Massapequa High School world language teacher Janice Kincaid was awarded National Board Certification after an extensive process of mastering assessments and meeting rigorous teaching standards. More...

Local hero visits St. William the Abbot

Fourth-graders at St. William the Abbot School in Seaford had a surprise visitor, D.J. Rogers, a 2004 Saint William the Abbot graduate, who is presently serving in the army. Rogers surprised his sister Angelina with a visit to the school. More...

Treating red, itchy “allergy eyes”

(NAPS)—Taking a few simple steps can help relieve symptoms of allergies, whenever they strike.  An estimated 50 million Americans suffer from allergies, according to the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America—and many will tell you More...

Michael J. Costa, CPA, is now a Certified Construction Auditor

Michael J. Costa, of Massapequa, a founding partner at Garden City-based Armao, Costa & Ricciardi, CPAs, P.C., has been granted the designation of Certified Construction Auditor (CCA) by the National Association of Construction Auditors (NACA). More...

Massapequa Fire Dept. EMTs honored

Five members of the Massapequa Fire Department, all Emergency Medical Technicians, were presented with life-saving awards at a recent department meeting.  Shown, left to right, are Om Bhatt, Thomas Burke, Vincent Jakubowski, Jesse Maneri, Chief More...