Lady Chiefs Advance to Class AA Quarterfinals
The Massapequa High School girls' basketball squad advanced to the quarterfinals in Class AA playoff action in a big way, defeating Baldwin, 57-37 in a Tuesday night home game.
Long Islanders to Rally in Support of Education Aid
State legislators, taxpayers, students, educators, small business owners and labor leaders are strongly urged to take part in a bipartisan education and taxpayer rally to fight Governor David Paterson's proposed multi-million dollar education aid cuts to Long Island's schools...
Au Pairs Enjoy a Day at the Bowling Alley
Cultural Care Au Pair, a childcare program based in Cambridge, MA, one that places au pairs across the country, recently held a bowling party, as Long Island families gave their charges a day off.
Polar Bear Plunge to Honor Lenny Ferraro
As noted in last week's issue of The Massapequan Observer, the 5th Annual Polar Bear Plunge to benefit the United Cerebral Palsy Association of Nassau County, Inc. (UCPN) will be held on March 1 at Theodore Roosevelt Park in Oyster Bay.
Bubbeo Co-Hosts Cluny Brown With the Movie Man Carpenter
Rockin' for Autism With DDI