October 25, 2017 RSS feed / People/Social

N.C. exec candidates Laura Curran and Jack Martins square off at debate

Nassau County executive candidates Jack Martins and Laura Curran joined Village mayors and residents for a debate at LIU Post University Oct. 17, where they discussed a variety of issues that will shape their administrations, if elected on Nov. 7. More...

O’Bay Town Clerk James Altadonna Jr., squares off against Dean Hart

James Altadonna Jr., a former business owner and Massapequa Park Village mayor, is seeking his third two-year term as Oyster Bay Town clerk. He faces opposition from Dean Hart, a licensed optician, teacher and lecturer. More...

MTA coalition announces new advertisement campaign

The Massapequas are currently reporting the highest overdoses and heroin ar rests in Nassau County so Massapequa Takes Action Coalition (MTAC) has announced a new ad campaign to help prevent youth and young adult access to prescription drugs and opio More...

Labriola and Schnirman vie for County comptroller’s spot

Like his counterparts running in the Town of Oyster Bay, Democrat Jack Schnirman is relying upon the blowback from the corruption charges pending against N.C. Exec. More...

MPK officials remind residents Park Boulevard closed Halloween

Hoping to make Halloween a treat for the youth of the community, Massapequa Park officials have announced that Park Boulevard will be closed to vehicular traffic on Oct. 31, from 3-6 p.m. More...

Pequa Chamber hosts Officer of the Year Ceremonies

N.C. Leg. James D. Kennedy attended the Massapequa Chamber of Commerce Law Enforcement Officer of the Year Award Ceremony. This year’s recipients of this notable award were 7th Precinct Officers Daniel Imondi and Joseph Paratore.  More...

250+ trees planted in hurricane damaged areas

Oyster Bay Town Supervisor Joseph Saladino and Councilman Tom Hand announced the Town’s ongoing reforestation efforts for South Shore communities plagued by the Asian Long- Horned Beetle and Superstorm Sandy. More...