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March 20, 1998

  • NEWS: District Sorts Through Plans for Ames School Reopening

    The Massapequa School District is currently working on plans for the eventual reopening of the Ames School as a 9th grade center. Because of an increase in enrollment at Berner, the district is seeking a way to relieve the crowded junior high school. The project would also allow Berner to receive middle school status rather than its current classification as a junior high. FULL STORY

  • NEWS: The Winners Are...

    At press time, the unofficial results for the two trustee positions on the Village of Massapequa Park board put incumbent Village Integrity Party candidates Scott Wiss and William Van Wagner (pictured above) as the winners. Wiss received a total of 571 votes and Van Wagner received 580. Write-in candidates Denise Cavalieri and Joseph Schirilo received 102 and 88 votes. FULL STORY

  • NEWS: Temple Sinai Raises Money for New Roof

    Since November, Temple Sinai has been trying to raise $19,000 through a series of fund raisers and garage sales so that this East Massapequa Reformed Jewish Congregation can pay for the installation of a new roof. And, so far, Temple Sinai needs an additional $8,000 before they can realize their vision. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Big Bucks Raised During Winter Walk

    Sunrise Mall in Massapequa and JC Penney presented the First Annual Winter Walk for Diabetes on Sunday, March 1. Prizes, giveaways, a continental breakfast and entertainment by WHLI 1100 AM Radio made this 3.5 mile fund-raising walk around the upper and lower levels of the mall an exciting event! FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Minor League Ball Team in Nassau Discussed

    Nassau County Executive Thomas S. Gulotta recently met with independent minor league baseball officials to discuss plans for a team in Nassau County. The meeting included former New York Mets Shortstop Bud Harrelson and Frank Boulten, chairman of the Atlantic League of Professional Baseball. FULL STORY

  • KIWANIS KEYNOTES: Dave's Mom at Montreal Convention
  • LETTER: Elect Fuschillo for Senate

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