January 20, 2016 RSS feed / People/Social

Brandon Bologna of Massapequa earns rank of Eagle Scout

Brandon Bologna of Massapequa recently achieved the rank of Eagle Scout. He was recognized for this achievement by N.C. Comptroller George Maragos.  Bologna is a member of Boy Scouts Troop #691 of Seaford-Massapequa. More...

Town to post minutes and resolutions of meetings on board website

The Town of Oyster Bay, with the start of the new year, will begin putting minutes and resolutions of Town Board meetings on its website, Councilwoman Rebecca M. Alesia announced.  More...

Superheroes join the Bethpage Ocean to Sound relay

Nearly 200 eight-member teams ran in the 50-mile relay race across varying terrain starting at Jones Beach State Park in Wantagh and ending at The Theodore Roosevelt Memorial Park in Oyster Bay. More...

Plainedge’s Schwarting School hosts a visit from three New York Islanders

As a supplement its continuing character education curriculum, Charles E. Schwarting School in the Plainedge Public School District hosted a visit from three players on the New York Islanders hockey team.  More...

Massapequa's Brian Kilmeade authors new book on Jefferson

Brian Kilmeade, cohost of “Fox & Friends” on Fox News and the national readio show “Kilmeade & Friends,” appeared at the Huntington Book Revue recently talking about his latest book, Thomas Jefferson and the Tripoli Pi More...

“Thrifty Boutique” now open

Grace Church in Massapequa recently opened the Thrifty Boutique and held a grand opening ceremony. N.C. Leg. James D. More...

Mass. Water District commissioners participates in Public Employee Safety & Health training

Karl Schweitzer, commissioner of the Hicksville Water District and treasurer of Nassau Suffolk Water Commissioners’ Association (NSWCA), of which Massapequa Water District Commissioners Thomas P. More...

Dipamkara Meditation Center comes to Massapequa

Dipamkara Meditation Center of Massapequa, a non-profit organization branch of the Huntington Main Meditation Center, was welcomed into the South Shore community, offering meditation classes and events for the benefit of everyone. All are welcome. More...