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Massapequa girl gets companionship dog­— and new-found gift of freedom
Massapequa resident Emma Venticinque was recently united with her new best friend “Numa,” a two-year-old Labrador Retriever assistance dog trained by Canine Companions for Independence (CCI).
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Four-year-old Amityville girl calls 911 to save brother's life
by Carolyn James She's four years old today,and already a hero.
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Massapequa Water District officials head to Albany Monday
Asking DEC to clean up contaminated plume threatening local water supply
Massapequa Water District officials, armed with more than 5,000 signatures from district residents, are heading to Albany on Monday to appeal to the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) and the Governor, to change the DEC's s
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Rally today in Massapequa
Community seeks to have Sunrise Highway established as Child Safety Zone
By Carolyn James
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Massapequa Park and local veterans honor Gold Star Mother
When Jason Santora’s grandmother died in 2010, he was serving in Afghanistan with the U.S. Army. His father Gary contacted the American Red Cross who notified Jason.
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Saladino unveils anti drug addiction resource guide
Watch video of press conference
On Wednesday, NYS Assemblyman Joseph Saladino, flanked by members of the NC Heroin and Prescription Drug Abuse Task Force, YES Community Counseling officials and parents who lost children as a result of heroin and prescription drug abuse, announced p
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Towers of Freedom Rising
The Towers of Freedom Committee, which is raising money to build a Memorial to those who lost their lives on 9/11 and the service men and women who are fighting the war on terror held a fundraiser Sun., Oct. 2 at Marjorie Post Park.
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Massapequa Park celebrates summer and Independence Day in style
Massapequa Park held its traditional beginningof summer and Independence Day events over the past two weeks, beginning with Irish Night and ending with Breakfast in Brady Park.
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Massapequa remembers its brave warriors
Six and one half years ago, Jack and Pat Parker received a message they knew they had to act upon. Their son was a Major in the United States Marines stationed in Iraq.