December 18, 2013 RSS feed / Front Page

MPK Village to hold hearing on four-way stop sign

At a recent meeting, the Massapequa Park Village Board voted to hold a public hearing about installing a four-way stop sign at the intersection of Brendan and New York Avenues. More...

An epic match

It was a matchup that many had predicted before the start of the 2013 season. However, when Massapequa met Farmingdale for the County Championship at Hofstra University, nobody could have foreseen how the game would actually play out. More...

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Pets, Pets, Pets

How many cats can brag that their face and whiskers have graced the huge NASDAQ marquee in Times Square? How many kitties can say they were invited to the stock market closing bell? More...

Library

At Your Library This Week

Massapequa523 Central Avenue • 516-798-4607Massapequa Park40 Harbor Lane •516-799-0770www.massapequalibrary.org. More...

Events & Calendar

This week’s Calendar of Events

The following is a list of public meetings and special events for the coming week. Readers should know that meetings are subject to change without notice. THURSDAY, December 19 More...

Holiday concert at United Methodist Church Jan. 5

The First United Methodist Church of Amityville will present a holiday concert Sun., Jan. 5, 2014, 3 p.m. featuring the handbell choirs of the church. The choirs are directed by Robyn Hyland. A free-will offering is suggested. More...

Knights for Life Memorial Mass set for Dec. 19

Nassau Knights for Life Inc. will hold its annual Lady of Guadalupe Memorial Mass, Thurs., Dec. 19, 7:30 p.m. at Knights of Columbus Hall, 110 Merritts Rd., Farmingdale and can be reached at 516-752-5983. The Mass will be celebrated by Rev. More...

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Public Notices

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NOTICE OF SALESUPREME COURT -COUNTY OF NASSAU5685-5693 MERRICKROAD LLC,Plaintiff(s),AgainstYONG JAE KIM, SUN OKKIM; et al,Defendant(s)Pursuant to a judgment offoreclosure and sale dulyentered 10/3/2013, I, theundersigned Referee willsell at public au More...

MPK Village hosts Annual Holiday Open House

On Sunday afternoon, Dec. 8, the Village of Massapequa Park once again opened its doors to residents for their Annual Holiday Open House. More...

Massapequa Chamber of Commerce welcomes the holidays

Legislator Michael Venditto recently joined with Colleagues in Government to attend the Massapequa Chamber of Commerce’s Annual Tree Lighting. More...

Farmingdale School audit accepted by board; no irregularities found

The Farmingdale School District accepted its independent auditor’s report, which showed that, among other things, the district had a positive change in fund balance in the General Fund with revenues exceeding expenditures in the amount of $1.53 More...

Weekend Events:

Friday, December 20 •North Babylon Youth Center Chinese Auction at 6 p.m. the youth center is located at 213 Phelps Lane., North Babylon. Admission is $5 and includes 25 tickets. More...

 

People/Social

WWII vet Edward Lubicich honored by Leg. Venditto

N.C. Leg. Michael Venditto attended the Veterans Pin Ceremony at the Bristol Assisted Living in Massapequa on Nov. 11. Venditto presented Edward Lubicich, a U.S. More...

Boating courses offered near you

Safe boating courses, free vessel safety checks and more are offered by America’s Boating Club®, the United States Power Squadrons®. With squadrons across Long Island, there’s one near you. More...

Volunteers needed to visit the blind

The Suffolk County office of Helen Keller Services for the Blind is seeking volunteers for the Suffolk County area to spend one to two hours per week visiting blind or legally blind elderly adults who are homebound. More...

Obituaries

Sister Virginia Maguire, O.P., of Amityville, taught in Farmingdale and Brentwood

Sister Virginia Maguire of the Sisters of St. Dominic, Amityville, died Dec. 5, 2013. She was 71 years old and had served for 53 years. More...

Opinion

Some non-Christmas things that need your attention

EDITORIAL

We know it is a very busy time of the year and that it is easy to forget to do things, even important things. So we want to remind residents about two very important items that need your attention now. More...

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GUEST EDITORIAL: The invisible casualities of a flawed tax proposal

Regrettably, New Yorkers are no strangers to extraordinary taxes. Legislators at all echelons of our state and local governments routinely escalate current levies and construct new ones to fill budget gaps or finance new spending programs. More...

Poll

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