October 5, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

Cassie Sadoff is a winner

Thirty six children have earned savings bonds for their prizewinning inventions in the 2005 Craftsman/NSTA Youth Inventors Awards Program. They were selected from about 8,500 second-through-eighth-graders nationwide, who accepted the program More...

OLL School celebrates half century of service

Our Lady of Lourdes Church in Massapequa Park is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year. More...

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Events & Calendar

East Lake Elementary PARP Program wins state competition

In October 2004, Massapequa Park More...


The following are a list of public meetings and special events for the coming week:
THURSDAY, October 6
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Senator Hannon to appear on Meet The Leaders

New York State Senator Kemp Hannon (R-Garden City) will be featured on Cablevision More...


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Abandoned vehicle is dangerous

A vehicle abandoned on Sunrise Highway is obstructing the turning lane in the westbound lane, just east of Park Lane. The vehicle has been there for more than a week and poses a danger to traffic, particularly at night. More...

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Tough first loss for Massapequa Chiefs football

A championship caliber team is not supposed to start the season like this. Despite high expectations entering the 2005 season, the Massapequa football team got off to a rocky start, losing 13-7 to Baldwin in their season opener. More...

Local folks in the news

Two Massapequa High School students, Hailey DeSimone and Samantha Barbero, traveled to Europe this summer to play soccer for Long Island Junior Soccer League. More...

Mejias and Sabellico duke it out in the 14th legislative district

Two of Tom Sabellico More...



Eleven year old Massapequa resident raises funds for Katrina survivors

On September 4, 11-year-old Massapequa resident Susan Gaertner organized a bake sale that raised $967.00, which was donated in full to the American Red Cross to benefit the victims of Hurricane Katrina. More...

American Legion Post 1066 baton twirlers eager to begin new year of performances

The children who attend weekly twirling lessons at the Massapequa American Legion Post 1066 are eager to begin another year of baton twirling. More...

Plainedge football off to a great start; homecoming game Saturday

The Plainedge Red Devils More...


Anne Constantino, local volunteer

Longtime Massapequa resident Anne Costantino spent much of her spare time giving to others through her volunteer work. As a scout leader, hospital volunteer and through her church, Mrs. Costantino helped make her community a better place to live. More...

John Wagner, Jr., served as F’dale Village Trustee

John Wagner, a longtime Farmingdale resident, loved his community. He founded the Farmingdale Little League and was a leader of both the Masons and Rotary International clubs for many years. He lived in the area for 58 years. More...