The Massapequa School Board has approved a $176,172,498 budget for the 2010-2011 school year. Voters in the school district will vote on the budget at the May 18 election. In addition to the budget vote, residents will vote to elect one trustee to the Board of Education. An incumbent BOE member, Timothy Taylor, will be the only candidate on the ballot.
There has been another arrest in the string of burglaries that have taken place in recent months at Our Lady of Lourdes Church. And it was the same suspect arrested in prior cases.
During a long weekend vacation at Split Rock Lodge in the Poconos, Marge and Don Kranich who made their home in Baldwin, and Mary and Harry Kiesendahl from Massapequa, spent most of their time discussing the resort business and what it would be like to own and operate a resort. Both families agreed it was worthwhile looking into.
The Seventh Squad reports the arrest of an individual for making a terroristic threat that occurred on Friday, April 9 in North Massapequa.
“I was just a single guy with a big mouth.”
That’s how Sean Kenniff, Massapequa native, published novelist, practicing neurologist, television journalist and radio host described his ability to land a spot on Survivor, the popular television reality series.
Oyster Bay Town Supervisor John Venditto, together with members of the Town Board, honored eight Town of Oyster Bay residents as recipients at the 12th annual “Women of Distinction” Awards Ceremony, held at Town Hall March 23. The award recognizes the outstanding achievements of women who either live or work in the Town.
A historic flagpole was the victim of the recent storm of March 13. But residents plan to salvage a piece of it with a bronze commemorative plaque to signify its importance.
When Nelson J. Cogane died, in July of 1985, those of us in this community, as well as his colleagues in the music business, were deeply saddened. Nelson and his wife Dorothea, along with their daughter Karen, and their son Gerald, lived on Merritt Avenue for 30 years.
Since its founding last year, Drug Free Massapequa (DFM) has stayed busy and in the public eye. Its members secured a meeting with Nassau County Legislature’s Presiding Officer Peter J. Schmitt; plus it has hosted a highly successful fair at John J. Burns Park.
Low enrollment has forced the Diocese of Rockville Centre to close down Our Lady of Lourdes Elementary School in Massapequa Park. The school’s closing will take place as of June 2010.
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