Massapequa resident Dr. Jahanshah Seraji achieved a milestone in his 15-year career as an obstetrician, with the delivery at Mercy Medical Center of his 4,000th baby.
Voting is for one 5-year term, lasting on Jan. 1, 2011 to Dec. 31, 2015.
Listed below are candidate profiles for Michael G. Antonucci, the incumbent, and his challenger, John Cassese, Jr.
Tina Schiaffino, a longtime resident of North Massapequa Park, has been named as the newest trustee of the Village of Massapequa Park.
The announcement was made at the Nov. 22 board of trustees meeting. Ms. Schiaffino replaces Jerry Larachuitta, who is resigning from the BOT.
Thanksgiving and Black Friday are over and the holiday season is here. On Tuesday, Nov. 30, Nassau County Executive Edward I. Mangano held a press conference to deliver his own holiday message to his fellow Long Islanders: Namely, shop locally during the vital month of December.
Every so often I have the opportunity to write a story about a subject that is close to my heart. This is one of them: Janice Seyfried, my cousin, was born and raised in Wantagh where she still resides. When she was growing up in that sleepy little town, the area was mostly farmland with migrant worker shacks including where the present day Seaford Oyster Bay Expressway was built. However, those times and places have changed drastically over the past 75 years.
Last Wednesday, Nov. 17, a crowd of up to 60 people filled the Bar Harbour Library’s community room to celebrate the 10th anniversary of Friends of Massapequa Preserve.
On Saturday, Nov. 20 at 2 p.m. the 40 Harbor Lane Library will be having the Massapequa Movie Man John Carpenter hosting a law enforcement-themed classic film program double feature. And a thrilling and honorable double feature it will be as firstly the NY Veteran Police Association will initiate celebrating its 120th year anniversary by honoring Carpenter with a Humanitarian Award plaque for his boundless energy in giving the community first class entertainment.
A 75-year-old resident of Oyster Bay and living on a fixed income spoke before the Oyster Bay Town Board on Tuesday, Nov. 9, asking, “With a 3.5 percent tax increase from the town, I am being taxed out of my home. Is there another way to balance the budget?”
In recognition of an amazing 60 years as a member of the New York Philharmonic Orchestra and for many other musical achievements, Massapequa resident Stanley Drucker is being inducted into the Long Island Music Hall of Fame, Nov. 16 at Oheka Castle in Huntington. Other inductees in the big event include Lou Reed, Al Kooper, The Shangri-Las, Eddie Palmieri, and Oscar Brand.
With the Republican Party takeover of Congress, the GOP’s lone representative on Long Island, Rep. Peter King (R.-Seaford), is set to regain his old post as chairman of the House Committee on Homeland Security.
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