August 28, 2013 RSS feed / People/Social

The Veterans of Foreign Wars present donation to the VA Medical Center

Commander Richard Begandy of the Veterans of Foreign War 7763 Massapequa Park is shown presenting a donation to the V.A. Medical Center Recreation Therapy Services representatives. More...

Last chance: Receiver Stefanich advises late general taxpayers

Oyster Bay Town Receiver of Taxes James J. Stefanich advises Town of Oyster Bay property owners who missed paying their 2013 general taxes by the Aug. More...

Joseph Pesale honored for high response record

N.C. Executive Edward P. Mangano honored North Massapequa Fire Department Ex-Captain Joseph Pesale Sr. who has held the highest percentage of calls responded to for the past eight years. Shown, left to right, are Fire Marshal Scott D. More...

Boy Scout Troop #5 Honors Eagle Scouts

N.C. Clerk Maureen O’Connell joined Boy Scout Troop #5 of Massapequa at its Eagle Scout Court of Honor ceremony for Michael Puleio, Ryan Smith, Spencer Schiappa and Lawrence Vedilago. More...

Massapequan Brendan Buckley drafted by Boston Cannons

Brendan Buckley of Massapequa, a West Point cadet and member of the Army’s lacrosse team, was drafted by the Boston Cannons with the 54th overall pick in the 2013 Major League Lacrosse Collegiate Draft. More...

Grace Day School Brownie Troop #2357 donates to Moore, Oklahoma tornado victims

The Brownies of Troop #2357 from Grace Day School, Massapequa, have been learning about philanthropy and recently collected much-needed items for those affected by the tornados in Moore, Oklahoma. More...

Massapequa High School Diamond Club dinner honors 2013 baseball team

Town of Oyster Bay Councilman Chris Coschignano, Councilman Joseph Pinto and Town Clerk James Altadonna Jr. recently attended the Massapequa High School Diamond Club dinner which honored the 2013 Massapequa High School baseball team. More...

Discussion groups forming for those impacted by Hurricane Sandy

Discussion groups are forming for children and parents, adults and seniors for individuals impacted by Hurricane Sandy. The groups are offered by Project HOPE at YES Community Counseling Center. For more information, call Project HOPE at 799-3203. More...