April 16, 2014 Edition
Massapequa Schools review facilities and space recommendations
An advisory task force reviewing facilities and space in Massapequa Schools recommended that the dis...
Amityville and Farmingdale library budgets approved
Voters headed to the polls April 8 to vote on their library budgets and vote on the library board o...
First alewives in more than a 100 years swim into Carlls River in Babylon
Each spring, for thousands of years, alewife, a fish closely related to the blueback herring, swam f...
Friday, April 18 • Long Island Banjo Society meeting at 8 p.m. at VFW Hall 270 Trouville Rd., ...
Local musical trio gives the song “Say Something” an acoustic twist fans love
Mikel James, 25, of Farmingdale, Carolyn Miller, 25, of Massapequa and David Wong, 27, of Huntingto...
Gina Donato graduates Molloy
Gina Donato, the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Valvo of Massapequa Park and the daughter of ...
Local scout earns Eagle Honor
N.C. Leg. Michael Venditto joined with colleagues in government on Jan. 17 at the Massapequa Park Vi...
Nassau County Legistator Michael Venditto honors Massapequa resident Diane Perna
Temple B’nai Torah earns 2013 Epstein Award for Madrichim Program
Temple B’nai Torah, Wantagh, received the 2013 Epstein Communicate Award for its Madrichim Pro...
Chris Mammone places first three times in All Round 10K Run
After a one-year hiatus, 31-year-old Chris Mammone of Massapequa, who was the first-place finisher o...
Olympian Aidan Kelly meets with Assemblymen Saladino and Raia
West Islip’s Aidan Kelly, who recently returned from Sochi, Russia, competing as a member of t...
Nick Sarna of Massapequa Park tosses perfect game
Senior right-handed pitcher Nick Sarna, of Massapequa and a graduate of St. Anthony’s High Sch...
Pets, Pets, Pets
Ticks. They’re back! Actually they never really left. The heinous hitchhikers are always lurki...
Two weeks before Riverhead Raceway opens for practice, we have already learned something about the 2...
At Your Library This Week
This week’s Calendar of Events
The following is a list of public meetings and special events for the coming week. Readers should kn...
Help end Long Island’s blood shortage April 24
The Town of Oyster Bay semi-annual blood drive will take place on Thurs., April 24, according to Oys...
Macaronic Kid Egg Hunt set for April 19
The first annual Farmingdale Macaronic Kid Egg Hunt will be held Sat., April 19, 11 a.m., rain or sh...
NSHC processes 2,000 health care applications before March 31 deadline
By the time the March 31 enrollment deadline arrived, the Nassau-Suffolk Hospital Council (NSHC), on...
Joan Mary Stadnik, Raynham Hall volunteer, seamstress
Joan Mary Stadnik, a longtime resident of Amityville, died March 2, 2014 at Manor Care Potomac, Poto...
Bellone’s right, LI needs transportation overhaul
Recently, Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone has been going around the County talking up a plan ...
Election 2014: The war of words is just beginning
We saw quite a bit of showboating this week as the gender pay gap issue was thrust into the news. Bo...
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