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April 29, 2005

  • News: Farmingdale Community Summit Presents Expo, Health Fair

    Dozens of local community organizations gathered in the gymnasium of Farmingdale High School on Thursday, April 21 for the Third Annual Farmingdale Community Summit Council Expo & Health Fair. FULL STORY

  • News: Dillon Announces Former Farmingdale Mayor Pleads Guilty

    Nassau County District Attorney Denis Dillon recently announced that the former Village of Farmingdale Mayor Joseph Trudden, 55, of Farmingdale, pled guilty to two Class E Felonies, including Offering a False Instrument for Filing in the First Degree and Grand Larceny in the Fourth Degree. FULL STORY

  • Sports: Farmingdale PAL Girls Lacrosse Teams Storm to Early Victories

    The Farmingdale PAL fourth grade girls lacrosse green team, the Tornadoes, have started the season out very strong with one win and one tie. They tied a tough Massapequa team 5-5. Goalie Nicole Kayola played outstanding recording 10 saves and quieted Massapequa's strong offense. The Tornadoes have been hustling after ever ground ball and passing to the open player quite well. The Massapequa game saw Michaela Duranti (2 goals) scored one of her goals with 30 seconds left to tie the game. Nadine Hadnagy, Alexis Panariello and Amanda Tuturro all scored goals. The team's fantastic up and down play was led by Christina Vargas, Brenna Weill, Natalie Marrone, Courtney McPartland, Danielle Kleinhans, and Jen O'Neil. The defense made things tough for Massapequa led by Kate Hess, Danielle Maurice, Megan Garvey, Jen Spagnuolo, and Kathleen Tuechler. The offense moved the ball well led by Taylor Mignone, Paige DeVine, Catherine Edwards, and Stephanie Mullen. FULL STORY

  • Sports: Over the Hill Softball Report

    Over The Hill Softball League, celebrating their 30th Season had their opening night Friday, April 22. Unfortunately Mother Nature didn't provide the best of evening's weather wise as the night consisted of intermittent rain in cold and raw conditions. On hand to wish the OTH League luck were Town of Oyster Bay Supervisor John Venditto and Town Clerk Steve Labriola. Supervisor Venditto demonstrated his pitching skill by going to the mound and opened the season by tossing a strike to Jim Nolan. FULL STORY

  • Opinion: From the Desk of Mayor George J. Graf
  • Opinion: From the Desk of Legislator Dave Mejias Logo
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