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April 18, 2001 RSS feed / Front Page

Local folks in the news

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Altadonna proposes zero percent tax increase budget in MPK; some positions and benefits cut

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Amityville Schools unveil new budget

A first draft of a proposed spending package for the 2001-2002 school year in the Amityville School District shows a projected increase in spending of approximately $3.9 million or 8.4 percent. More...

USDA in our area in aggressive fight against Asian longhorned beetle

When it comes to fighting the Asian Long Horned Beetle, make no mistake about it More...

Special Sections

Events & Calendar

Calendar The following are a list of public meetings and special events for the coming week: THURSDAY, April 19

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Former teacher and coach at Amityville High School honored with a Lifetime Service award

The late Lonnie Kittle, who was a teacher and wrestling coach at Amityville High School beginning in 1932, is being honored with a Lifetime Service to Wrestling award from the National Wrestling Hall of Fame and Museum on Friday, April 20. More...

South Bay Sailing Center holds a sailing day adventure

Enjoy a day on the water checking out the boats as the South Bay Sailing Center, holds a Sailing Day adventure. More...

New Village budget to raise taxes

For the first time since President George Bush More...

Amityville School Board to vote on spending plan this week; taxes going up

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Legal wrangle over County Conservative Chairman has Donnelly ahead—for now

All sides in the political power struggle to determine who would be County Conservative Party leader will be meeting in conference with State Supreme Court Justice Arthur Pitts today to determine how the case will proceed. More...

MSD to vote on budget tomorrow Spending plan calls for 6.5 percent increase in spendng

The Massapequa Board of Education will adopt its proposed 2001-2002 school budget at its April 19 meeting. The proposed spending plan, the result of months of discussion by the District More...

Local folks in the news

Legislator Salvatore B. Pontillo (14th L.D.) was honored to present the Women: Trailblazers for the New Millennium award to Northside Elementary School's Principal Elizabeth Garavuso. More...

Wilson joins Kiwanis Club

The Kiwanis Club of Massapequa recently welcomed new member, Diane Wilson, of Barnes & Noble, Massapequa, shown in photo at left, center. More...

 

People/Social

Honoree selected for women's history month

Ethel Bennett, New York State and national director for Ms. Senior America was selected honoree of the year for the Women More...

Mazzilli graduates from army training

Army Reserve Pvt. Salvatore V. Mazzilli has graduated from the unit supply specialist advanced individual training course at Fort Lee, Petersburg, Virginia. More...

Amity resident named to Marist dean's list

Deanna J. Ross, of Amityville, a sophomore, was awarded honors on the Marist College dean More...

Opinion

Two young lives lost in DWI tragedy

Many people over the years have questioned and criticized the policy of this newspaper to print, among the list of arrests each week in our Police Blotter column, the names and addresses of those individuals charged with driving while intoxicated. More...

Looking back

This one-of-a-kind photo of Bob Seafoss, left, and Jack Seafoss, right was taken in 1936 on Montauk Highway and Doges Promenade, Copiague, now the site of B & B Fish and Clam. More...

Concerned villager says wake up and smell the mold Dear Editor:

Something stinks at the Park Avenue renovation site. It More...

Poll

Was the the beheading of a woman in Moore, Oklahoma on Fri., Sept. 26 an act of terrorism on American soil, or an isolated incident involving a mentally deranged individual acting alone?












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