November 1, 2017 RSS feed / People/Social

What’s on voters’ minds this year?

Mary of Massapequa (who asked that her last name not be used), said she supports politicians who operate not based on corporate interests. More...

Please meet the 2017 local scholars

•The State University of New York announced that the following local residents earned bachelor’s degrees at the commencement in May: From Massapequa are Alexa M. Beatrice, Deanna P. Levy, Kevin J. Reilly, Joseph P. Savino and Courtney R. More...

Special Olympics Long Island Fall Classic held

Oyster Bay Town Supervisor Joseph Saladino (second from right), Town Councilwoman Michele M. Johnson (third from right), Town Councilman Thomas P. Hand (right) and Town Clerk James Altadonna Jr. More...

The Lavins of Massapequa honored for their work on behalf of Alzheimer patients

The Lavins of Massapequa were honored with Jefferson Ferry’s Humanitarian of the Year Award for their work with Alzheimer’s patients Jamie and Maria Lavin of Massapequa, owners and operators of Home Instead Senior Care in Hauppauge, are r More...

Arrow of Light scouts from Pack 776 meet Congressman King

Arrow of Light scouts from Pack 776, Massapequa, had the opportunity to meet our U.S. Congressman Peter King Oct. More...

AMHS Class of '57 holds reunion

Amityville Memorial High School Class of 1957 held its 60th reunion Oct. 7 at the Bulldog in Amityville. Apprtoximately 75 former students were invited and those who were able to attend had a wonderful time, said Ben Morselli of the Class of 1957. More...

Senator Brooks sponsors two free ‘Golden Gatherings’

NYS Sen. John E. Brooks sponsored two free ‘Golden Gatherings’ -- health and resource fairs -- for Nassau and Suffolk seniors this month, including one on Oct. 23 at Helen Butler Hall at Dominican Village in Amityville.  More...

Denise & Company Salon opens in Massapequa Park

Mayor Jeffrey P. More...

Maria Regina School dedicates new playground in name of P.O. Michael J. Califano

On the day of the Feast of Saint Michael police officers, students and faculty of the Maria Regina Elementary School gathered for the unveiling of the new playground on Sept. 29. The playground is dedicated to alumnus and active parent Michael J. More...

South Shore Chiefs 7 and 8U play charity games

The South Shore Chiefs 7 and 8U played charity games against the Massapequa Thunder 7 and 8U teams on Sat., Oct. 21 at John J. Burns Park. More...