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October 23, 2002 RSS feed / Front Page

Former APD officer is among those charged in drug-related case

Michael Christy, one of four police officers arrested and charged in a drug ring announced by the Suffolk County District Attorney More...

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Schools/Sports

Copiague Youth Council enjoys production of Footloose

The Copiague Youth Council Summer Activities Program enjoyed an outing to the Cultural Arts Playhouse in Bethpage to see a production of Footloose. More...

Unqua Elementary School celebrates 50 years

Unqua Elementary School in Massapequa is celebrating 50 years of elementary education. The public is welcome to join them for a rededication ceremony at the school to be held October 29, 10 to 11:30 a.m. For more information call 799-9102. More...

Trips, fun, homework help at CYC

The Copiague Youth Council Summer Activities Program enjoyed a day at the Fire Island Lighthouse with all completing the walk to the top. More...

Obituaries

Rev. William Perkins Jr., former religious leader in Amityville

Reverend William H. Perkins, Jr., a former religious leader in Amityville died October 1, 2002 at his home in McLean, Virginia where he lived with his wife of forty-six years, Carol Jane Perkins. More...

Edith Sundman, former model and Grumman employee

When Edith Sundman was a young woman, she had a promising modeling career. She worked as a model while still in high school, and in 1939, she was selected was the Chesterfield Girl of the Month. More...

Bernard C. Dorthalina of Copiague

Bernard C. Dorthalina, of Copiague, died October 12, 2002. More...

Town to vote on budget November 7th; plan calls for zero percent tax increase

Calling Babylon More...

Copiague School Bond vote coming this week

Copiague School District voters will be asked to approve a $9.8 million bond issue for the renovation of the district More...

Amityville acknowledges retirement of one of its favorite sons

Longtime local resident Phil Robinson is moving to Cairo, New York, leaving behind his many friends and neighbors in Amityville and Massapequa and, according to Amityville Village Chamber of Commerce President Marcia Besserman, also leaving a large v More...

 

People/Social

Amity Women’s Junior League holds opening reception

The Junior League of the Amityville Woman More...

Local church celebrates 75th

Holy Trinity Baptist Church celebrated its 75th anniversary with a banquet at the Huntington Town House. An evening of fellowship, fun and entertainment marked the event. More...

Events & Calendar

Record CALENDAR OF EVENTS

The following are a list of public meetings and special events for the coming week:
THURSDAY, October 24
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Amity schools to hold two important meetings; public urged to attend

Amityville Union Free School District will be holding two very important Board of Education meeting during the next few weeks. More...

Marine Corps League of Massapequa to hold blood drive October 29th

The Sunrise Detachment, Marine Corps League of Massapequas and District 15 of the Ancient Order of Hibernians will hold a blood donor session, Tuesday, October 29. More...

Opinion

Editorial

Work at ASD Park Avenue complex is criminal

Yet another report has come out describing the conditions of the workmanship at the Park Avenue complex, and yet another series of findings shows how shoddy, faulty and downright incompetent that work was. More...

Public Commentary

Oak Beach Park plan is ill-conceived says writer

I was present at the so-called "public hearing" Wednesday, October 2 at Babylon Town Hall for a decision on what More...

This week’s outrage: When common sense is clouded by fear and stupidity

The treatment of a LIPA customer who sent disparaging remarks to the comany with his bill payment was not only overreactive, but stupid. More...













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