August 2, 2017 RSS feed / People/Social

Massapequa High School mural shows what it’s like to be a chief

The five core values of being a Massapequa Chief — character, honesty, integrity, excellence and family — are prominently and colorfully on display at the main entrance to Massapequa High School’s Ames Campus following the completio More...

New Cub Scout Pack 66 welcomed by charter Grace Episcopal Church

On Sun., April 30, the boys of the brand new Cub Scout Pack 66 were welcomed by their new charter organization, Grace Episcopal Church. The scouts, accompanied by their leaders and families, participated in the mass along with fellow parishioners. More...

Kevin Cardno of Massapequa honored by Legislator Kennedy

N.C. Leg. More...

Congratulations grads...

•The following local residents graduated on May 5 from James Madison University, Harrisonburg, Virginia: Katie Bauer of Massapequa, Anthony Duggan of Massapequa, Brian Mazza of North Massapequa and Peter Olivares of Massapequa Park.  More...

Massapequa resident’s daughter completes basic military training in Texas

U.S. Air Force Airman Stephanie M. More...

Please meet the 2017 local scholars

•Jennifer Santry, of Massapequa, received a dean’s letter of commendation for the spring semester from the University of Albany. More...

Sen. Brooks hosts town hall meeting to more than 100 Massapequa seniors

NYS Sen. John E. Brooks hosted a Town Hall meeting with more than 100 residents of The Oaks at Broadlawn Manor in Massapequa on Fri, July 14. More...

Oyster Bay officials honor Bill Colfer of Massapequa Historical Society

N.C. Leg. James D. Kennedy, Town of Oyster Bay Supervisor Joseph Saladino and Massapequa Park Mayor Jeffrey Pravato recently honored Bill Colfer of the Massapequa Historical Society for his role as president for the past 11 years. “Mr. More...

Mangano congratulates honorees at Women of Distinction Celebration

N.C. Executive Edward P. More...

Liam Mahon receives “Youth Leadership award from Senator Kemp Hannon

Senator Kemp Hannon congratulated North Massapequa resident of Liam Mahon of Plainedge High School who was recently named a winner of Hannon’s Youth Leadership Award. More...

Phyllise Lubrano wins "There Ought To Be a Law" competition

Phyllise Lubrano, a student at Schwarting Elementary School, was recently awarded first place in Senator Kemp Hannon’s 2017 “There Ought To Be A Law” competition. More...

Nassau Shores Civic Association’s annual Bayfront Park opening

Town of Oyster Bay Supervisor Joseph Saladino, Town Councilman Louis B. ImbrotoTown Clerk James Altadonna Jr. and N. C. LEG. James D. More...

Massapequa names two Berner admins

The Massapequa School District recently announced the appointment of two new administrators at Berner Middle School. Beth Mullins was named executive assistant to the principal. More...