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February 27, 2002 RSS feed / Front Page

Town and Village get state $$ for speed alerts trailers

It will be a little tougher for drivers to tell a police officer they were unaware of how fast they were going if they are stopped for speeding in Massapequa Park or the Town Oyster Bay. More...

Local folks in the news

Legislator Pontillo (14th L.D.) was on hand to join in the ribbon-cutting ceremony to celebrate the grand reopening of the all new Small Business Development Center at SUNY Farmingdale. More...

Special Sections

Obituaries

Ira Houser, Vietnam veteran, formerly of Massapequa

Ira P. Houser, Jr., formerly of Massapequa, died February 4, 2002 at the age of 53. More...

Mary Flannery, former Amityville resident

Mary K. Flannery, a former Amityville resident, died on January 26, 2002 at age 91 in Garner, North Carolina. More...

Sue Schmitt, Amityville resident for over 75 years

Sue M. Schmitt, a resident of Amityville for over 75 years, died at her home January 29, 2002 at the age of 95. More...

Plainedge Schools open new wing at Schwarting

Plainedge More...

Village takes part in food campaign

MPK Mayor James Altadonna announced that the Village is supporting the efforts of the Theodore Roosevelt Boy Scout Council in their Scouting For Food Campaign. Food collection boxes will be available in Village Hall beginning March 1. More...

MSD budget workshop set for tomorrow

On February 14th, residents of Massapequa attended the first of four Board of Education workshops designed to stimulate community input on the 2002-2003 school district budget. More...

 

People/Social

Local student meets Washington congressman

Jocelyn Homola, a junior at the Amityville Memorial High School, is pictured with Congressman Steven Israel, during her her recent trip to Washington, D.C. as part of the Presidential Classroom Scholars Program. More...

Wright - Lottman announce engagement

Linda J. Wright, of Huntington Station, announces the engagement of her daughter Erica L. to Karl K. Lottman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Cortley F. Lottman of Amityville. More...

Dowling College hosts presentation of nationally renowned author

Philosopher and independent scholar, Christina Hoff Sommers, Ph.D., a prominent author of such popular ethics books as Vice and Virtue in Everyday Life, Who Stole Feminism? More...

Opinion

Petition is evidence of continued problems in ASD that have to stop

The decision by Amityville School District Trustee Toni Bean to petition the Commissioner of Education to remove the four sitting majority board members is evidence of the seriously strained relationships between members of that board. More...

After active debate, committee formed to explore Council districts in more detail Dear Editor:

This letter is in response to Mr. Coletti More...

March is Red Cross Month Dear Editor:

March Is Red Cross Month, a time when we recognize everyone in the community who works with us to make a difference. More...

Poll

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