May 24, 2017 RSS feed / People/Social

Remembering young Massapequan Kim Diliberto

Kim Diliberto’s family moved to Massapequa in 1955 and early on, he showed a disposition toward fearlessness and spontaneity, said his brother Dan.  “As a teenager growing up in Massapequa, Kim stood out as the kid with the nerve&mda More...

Honor & Remember

American Legion Post #1066 and Sgt. Peter F. Colleran Post #7763, Veterans of Foreign Wars, are once again jointly conducting the Memorial Day Parade and Service in the Massapequas.  More...

Helen Keller Services for the Blind volunteers needed

Suffolk County Helen Keller Services for the Blind is seeking volunteers in all areas of Suffolk County to spend one or two hours a week visiting blind, elderly people who are homebound. More...

Joseph S. Saladino speaks to Birch Lane students about hurricane preparedness

Oyster Bay Town Supervisor Joseph S. More...

Enactments keep history alive

In photo above, Bryan Burton III, third from left, is shown at the Museum of American Armor, Bethpage with Don McVeety, USMC, Amityvlle; Rep. More...

Mayor Pravato presents citation to Massapequa Fire Department Chief Regis Beneville

Mayor Jeffrey P. Pravato presented a citation to Massapequa Fire Department Chief Regis Beneville at the Department’s 107th Annual Installation Dinner.   More...

Author gives lecture on Fire Island Lighthouse book

The Fire Island Lighthouse Preservation Society hosted author Bill Bleyer at the Lighthouse Sat., May 6. More...

Dean Wolfert from Farmingdale assigned to 442nd Military Police Company

Major General Anthony P. German, the adjutant general for the State of New York, announced the recent promotion of members of the New York Army National Guard in recognition of their capability for additional responsibility and leadership.  More...

Farmingdale High School holds annual art showcase

Hundreds of Farmingdale School District students, in kindergarten through 12th grade, parents and district faculty recently gathered at Weldon E. More...