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September 12, 2001 RSS feed / Front Page

Local folks in the news

Erik Andrew Greb of Troop 284 achieved Scouting's highest honor at an Eagle Court of Honor ceremony attended by friends and family at the Copiague Middle School. More...

Special Sections

Events & Calendar

Record CALENDAR OF EVENTS The following are a list of public meetings and special events for the coming week: THURSDAY, September 13

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18th Annual Captree carnival to be held

Bernadette Castro, commissioner of the New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation announces the 18th Annual Captree Carnival. More...

Concert to be held at Bolden Mack Park

Councilman Steve Bellone, chairman, Parks and Recreation Committee invites all residents to come enjoy the music of Velocity, a Jazz/R&B group on Saturday, September 29 at Bolden Mack Park in North Amityville. More...

Opinion

Character has to count

Sports, some say, doesn More...

Tuesday’s Twin Tower Terrorist Attack: Day of infamy

Word about the terrorist attack on the Twin Towers in New York City came in just as we went to press. More...

Library responds to concerns about flag and grounds Dear Editor:

I am writing in response to the "Letter to the Editor" that appeared in a recent edition of the Amityville Record and Massapequa Post. More...

Town proposes fire sprinkler law to save lives

Prompted by a request from the Town More...

Amityville Police nab burgler; help solve more than 20 cases

James Vitale, 37, of 340 Massachusetts Ave., Massapequa was arrested and charged by Amityville Village Police with criminal possession of stolen property after police determined he was in possession of cameras reported stolen in a burglary. More...

AMHS football player hurt

An Amityville High School football player sustained an injury to his knee while practicing on the field August 29. Amityville Fire Department rescue responded with Chief Rocco Juliano in charge. More...

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South Oaks Hospital recently made a $1,000 donation to help support Clubhouse of Suffolk's Mental Illness Awareness Day to be held October 12 at the Huntington Town House, Huntington Station. More...

 

People/Social

FUMC to hold High Tea September 23rd

The First United Methodist Church will hold High Tea on Sunday afternoon September 23, 2001 from 3-6pm as the kickoff event in celebration of the forthcoming 210th anniversary of the church in the spring of 2002. More...

Amityville student attends DNA Learning Center in Cold Spring Harbor

Amityville Memorial High School student, Jocelyn Homola, recently attended a week-long series of workshops at Cold Spring Harbor Lab DNA Learning Center. Students performed experiments to gain hands-on research experience in molecular genetics. More...

Dedication of Haab Memorial to be held

Dedication of the Haab Memorial Stained Glass Window will take place at Simpson United Methodist Church, Locust and Lafayette Avenues, Amityville, Sunday, September 16 during the 10 a.m. service. More...

Obituaries

Mary Alice O’Neill, former teacher , longtime volunteer and 44-year resident of Amityville Village

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Jonathan C. Wiswall Jr., FD volunteer and avid boater

The eldest son of an old Amityville family, Jonathan C. Wiswall, Jr., lived most of his life in Amityville Village, a community he loved, and returned that love through community service. He often said "you have to give something back". More...

Poll

Do you expect to spend more this holiday season than you did last year?












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