November 16, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

Local libraries throughout state fight for more aid

The New York State Library Association is making a public plea for a multimillion dollar increase in the state education budget for library support. More...

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523 Central Avenue
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40 Harbor Lane
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Events & Calendar


The following are a list of public meetings and special events for the coming week:
THURSDAY, November 17
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Mangano Presents United States Flag to Plainedge Soccer

Legislator Ed Mangano, shown left, joined with Vinny Capuano, President Plainedge Soccer in kicking off the 2005 season on September 11. Legislator Mangano presented a United States flag that he obtained through the efforts of U.S. More...

Jerry Laricchiuta elected to lead local CSEA in the L.I. Region

Jerry Laricchiuta has been elected to lead one of the largest locals in the CSEA Long Island Region. More...


Voters make a statement for good government

More than a week has passed since the November 8th elections and many have had the opportunity to sit back and analyze the results. More...

Iraq is no victory for the thousands lost

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MTA plan squanders

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Democrats win big in County; Republicans celebrate victories in Town of Oyster Bay

This story was reported by Tiffany Elliott, Ron Scaglia and Jason Eisenberg and written by Carolyn James

Nassau County Executive Tom Suozzi stood outside of the ballroom at the Uniondale Marriott as his party was getting ready to introduce him. Moments earlier election night results showed that he had secured his reelection to another four-year term. More...

Plainedge Red Devils win first playoff game

The Plainedge Red Devils varsity football team ended their regular season with a perfect 7-0 record. In their first playoff game last week, they continued right where they left off. More...

Plainedge advances to Conference III Championship; faces Floral Park this weekend

It was late in the fourth quarter and his Plainedge Red Devils were leading by seven points. Coach Rob Shaver sent out field goal kicker Joe Minnici to extend Plainedge More...


* These are unofficial results until the numbers are certified by the N.C. Board of Elections
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Team manager congratulated in achieving Junior Softball Championship 2005

The Mayor and Board of Trustees recently congratulated the Massapequa International Junior Softball team manager and coaching staff for their leadership and congratulations for achieving Junior Softball Championship 2005. More...

Mammography Mobile parks at Carmans Plaza

Mammography Mobile was stationed recently at the Carmans Plaza, Massapequa. Shown in the photo are Joseph Basile, first vice president of the Massapequa Chamber of Commerce; Jamie Bogenshutz of YES More...

MPK recognizes participants in 9-11 remembrance flag display

Mayor James Altadonna and the Board of Trustees of the Village of Massapequa Park recently recognized Gail and Joseph Klubnick, Catherine and Kevin Healy along with Boy Scout Troop #660 for the display of American Flags on the lawn at Village Hall in More...


Edwin H. Kruger, of Massapequa

Edwin H. Kruger, a longtime resident of Massapequa, died October 6, 2005. More...

Mary Ellen Fiederlein, 71, of No. Massapequa

Mary Ellen Fiederlein, of North Massapequa, died September 30, 2005. She was 71 years old. More...

James A. O’Rourke, former Massapequan

James A. O More...