June 15, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

Amityville School Board reduces budget for revote

The Amityville School Board has decided to present a second budget to voters in a vote scheduled for Tuesday, June 21, and to resubmit a plan for establishing a building improvement reserve fund. Both were defeated by voters May 18. More...


A story in last week's edition, MPK officials talk about raises; "issue tabled" included incorrect information. In fact Village officials receive both a salary and benefits. More...

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Massapequa Varsity Boys Lacrosse defeats Hicksville Comets

On Saturday night, April 16, at Burns Park under the lights, the Town of Massapequa turned out to watch the Massapequa varsity boys lacrosse team defeat the Hicksville Comets by the score of 8-6. More...

Massapequa High School winter track team wins Conference Championship

The Massapequa High School winter track team recently won the Conference Championship for the first time in many years. The members of the 4 x 8 relay team, Laura Lipari, Erin Marks, Shannon Rogers and Courtney Smith, are Nassau County Champions. More...



Speak up at the polls this week

This week, the Plainedge and Farmingdale school communities will be asked to vote on a proposed school budget for the coming year. More...


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The sound of music was great to our ears

The weather was perfect, the crowd enthusiastic and the food and drink (including ice cold pickles for a buck) was delicious. More...

Farmingdale School District sets budget revote for Wednesday, June 22

At its regularly scheduled meeting on June 1, the Farmingdale School Board decided to send the district More...

Plainedge school budget set for revote June 20

After holding a series of meetings to assess the sentiments of the public, the Plainedge School Board scheduled a second vote for its 2005-06 budget and to reintroduce the same budget the voters defeated May 18. More...

County Executive Suozzi honors Eagle Scout

Nassau County Executive Thomas R. Suozzi was proud to honor Eagle Scout James Daley of Massapequa at an Awards Ceremony recently held at the Cradle of Aviation. Pictured left to right are: County Executive Suozzi, James Daley of Massapequa. More...



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The following are a list of public meetings and special events for the coming week:
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YES Community Counseling Center announces Pathways Project in support of families of 9-11

YES Community Counseling Center is pleased to announce its Pathways Project to support children and families impacted by the tragic events of 9/11. More...

Residential property tax alert

Oyster Bay Town Receiver of Taxes James J. Stefanich reminds residential property owners that it is essential and mandatory to notify his office upon satisfying their mortgage. More...


Joseph Bordonaro, lifelong N. Massapequa resident

Joe Bordonaro knew a lot about North Massapequa. After all, he lived in the same home on Franklin Avenue for 74-and-a-half years. According to his family, he was somewhat of an amateur historian on the entire Massapequa area. More...

Charles Tracy, Former North Pequan

Charles F. Tracy, who lived in North Massapequa for 37 years, died June 3, 2005 at his home in Florida. He was 76 years old. Mr. Tracy taught for many years at Levittown High School. More...

Gladys Schulaski,WWII Veteran, resident of Farmingdale

After many years of service, Gladys Schulaski was interested in anything related to the Marine More...