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March 24, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

Amityville PBA donates to Children of Hope Foundation

Nassau County Police A.M.T. Tim Jaccard accepts a check from Amityville Police Benevolent Association President Sgt. Ernie Thompson. The check is to benefit the Children of Hope Foundation. More...

Special Sections

Schools/Sports

Copiague Board of Education holds Student Recognition Awards Night

Hard work and determination were the themes of the night for the Semi-Annual Copiague Board of Education Student Recognition Awards Night. More...

Amityville High math students participate in tournament

On Friday, January 7, 15 students from Amityville High School participated in the 12th Annual Suffolk County Teachers Association Mathematics Tournament. More...

Copiague MS participates in survey

Eighth graders at Copiague Middle School were recently selected to participate in the 2005 National Assessment of Education Progress (NAEP). More...

Obituaries

Jerrilyn Craddock, a longtime resident of Amityville

Jerrilyn Craddock, a longtime resident of Amityville, died January 20, 2005 at her home. She was 58 years old. More...

Jack C. Wille, former Amityville resident

Jack C. Wille, of Wantagh and formerly of Amityville and Whiting, New Jersey, died February 27, 2005. He was 88 years old. More...

Amityville’s Frank Pryz, trucker and AFD member

Frank W. Pryz, who lived in Amityville for 35 years, died February 20, 2005. He was 65 years old. More...

Mayor, Trustees and Judge elected to 4 more years in uncontested race

Above, newly elected Trustee Richard Ubert, left, enjoys a moment of victory with third term Mayor Peter Imbert and outgoing Trustee John (Mick) McDonough following the elections on Tuesday, March 15. More...

Residents, town planners and developers at odds over Tanger Outlet Center slated for DP

Deer Park residents, and developers looking to build a 92,000 square foot retail outlet center in that community agree on two things. More...

Who's running, who's not, in November

Due to a production error, this story did not appear in its entirety in the March 9 edition. It is printed in full here with our apologies. More...

 

People/Social

Gene Masucci celebrates his 80th birthday with family and friends

With many family members, friends and neighbors in attendance, Gene and Gladys Masucci celebrated Gene More...

Charles Koegler named to

Boston University dean's list

Charles W. Koegler, a resident of Amityville, was named to the dean More...

Amityville student attends Junior National Young Leaders Conference in Washington D.C. More...

Events & Calendar

Record

CALENDAR OF EVENTS
The following are a list of public meetings and special events for the coming week:
THURSDAY, March 24
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Supervisor Steve Bellone participates in MADD's weekend awareness campaign

Super Bowl weekend was filled with parties, crowded bars, and friendly rivals. This year, Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) and Crazy Billy More...

Pets, Pets, Pets, by Joanne Anderson

"Overpopulation kills more cats than any disease," stated Dr. Laura Gay Senk last week during her slide presentation about the feral cats. Dr. Senk should know. More...

Opinion

The legacy of Terry Schiavo

The controversy over the life and death of Terry Schiavo is one that forces us to focus on basic questions about human rights, family responsibilities, government intervention, privacy and ethics. More...

Pro’s to building the West Side Stadium

For months now the proposed West Side Stadium pros and cons have been making the television, radio and newspaper headlines. More...

It’s an accident waiting to happen at Ketcham Avenue and Merrick Road

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Poll

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