November 14, 2018 RSS feed / People/Social

Jessica M. Baquet named in Top 50 Most Influential Women in Business

Jessica M. Baquet, a partner at Jaspan Schlesinger LLP, has been named one of the “Top 50 Most Influential Women in Business” by Long Island Business News. More...

Massapequa Park resident Dina Santorelli at Book Revue

Massapequa Park resident Dina Santorelli, author of the Baby Grand thriller trilogy, returned to Book Revue in Huntington to celebrate the publication of the third and final book in her trilogy, Baby Carter, Fri., Oct. 19. More...

Massapequa Woman’s Club swearing-in ceremony

Woman’s Club of Massapequa swore in new member Rose Fox (second from left]. She is shown with her sponsor Joan Mc- Carren (left) and membership chairs Lynn Molloy and Caroline Nicholson. More...

Local students attend Boys, Girls State programs

Mayor Jeffrey P. Pravato attended the American Legion Post 1066 Boys and Girls State Awards Ceremony to congratulate Joseph Yahner of Massapequa High School and Anna Baranello on their participation in the program. More...

Berner Middle School teacher devoted to students well-being with award

Ed Hoffman, a physical education teacher at Berner Middle School in the Massapequa School District, has been named the 2018 Middle School Physical Education Teacher of the Year. More...

Timothy Keating recognized as November Employee of the Month

Timothy Keating, who grew up in North Massapequa, and who works for the Town of Oyster Bay’s Highway Department, was recognized as “Employee of the Month” for November. More...

Sleepy Hollow 5k charity run/walk at Brady Park

Mayor Jeffrey P. Pravato attended the Annual Sleepy Hollow 5K Charity Run/Walk at Brady Park. More...

Soldier dad surprises his children with a visit home in Farmingdale

Three students at Farmingdale’s Woodward Parkway Elementary School got the gift of a lifetime recently.  Their dad, Captain Anthony Telesca of the Army National Guard—just home from Iraq after a nine-month deployment—paid a sur More...