November 23, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

Monsters in the Park

Matthew Fitzpatrick, a fourth grader at East Lake Elementary School collects Halloween masks and loves "everything scary." His favorite holiday is Halloween and this year he used his creativity to put up his decorations at his home that he made himse More...


The Alliance-East Meadow Lodge No. 774, as part of its altruistic endeavors, provided funding towards a holiday party for the young adults of the group activities program of the Town of Oyster Bay. More...

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The following are a list of public meetings and special events for the coming week:
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Ethel V. Mosscrop resident of Massapequa

Ethel V. Mosscrop, of Massapequa and formerly of Malverne, died September 29, 2005. More...

Henry Heinken, 100, longtime Massapequan

After his retirement, Henry Heinken kept himself busy taking adult education classes in subjects in which he was interested. This led to his love of restoring antique clocks and creating colorful stained glass pieces, to name a few of his hobbies. More...

Michael Raso, owner of A-110 Towing Company

Michael Raso, who ran his own tow truck business, loved to work. In fact, he spent more time at his Farmingdale business than at his own home in Massapequa, according to his sister, Mary. More...

Massapequa Escape Artist breaks free from historical jail in minutes

In the end, it took Michael Lee only 17 minutes to break free from the numerous sets of handcuffs, padlocks and chains that had him locked up in jail. More...

Plainedge Team That Almost Wasn’t Wins Conference III Championship;

Massapequa Chiefs Fall

The Plainedge Red Devils are the 2005 Nassau County Conference III football champions. The Red Devils won the title when they defeated the Floral Park Knights, in overtime, 10-7. More...


Jack Parker, Past Grand Knight and Chairman of the Adopt-A-Battalion committee of the Knights of Columbus, Our Lady of the Island Council 699 presented a certificate of appreciation to Jim Perna, owner of L.I. More...

Massapequa Sneaks Past Freeport in Soccer Playoff Game

It was a windy and chilly autumn night at John Burns Park but the action on the soccer field was red hot as Massapequa and Freeport hooked up in an exciting and closely contested boys soccer match. More...



Massapequa educator named as "Dowling

College/News 12 Educator of the year"

After more than 30 years of success as an educator in the Massapequa Public Schools, Barbara Devoti is still going strong. The child study program teacher was recently named the recipient of the Dowling College/News 12 Educator of the Year Award. More...

Massapequa High School's Ames Campus raises money for Katrina victims

Students in Denise Baldinger More...

R.J. Lockhart musicians in Massapequa

selected for P.E.A.K performance

The Nassau Music Educators Association recently held its fourth annual PEAK (Parents, Educators, and Kids) Music Festival at Uniondale High School in Uniondale. More...



Give rain a chance

The sound of rain beating against my bedroom window Monday night brought two conflicting sentiments. More...

Mr. Slavin has done a lot for the community and doesn’t deserve attempted character assasination

Mr. Manton and Mrs. Gordon obviously believe in the "politics of personal destruction." They both have sent the identical letter to the Massapequa Post four times with the sole purpose of damaging one man More...

Slavin starts "Johnny Come Lately" Club

Dear Editor: More...