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March 27, 1998

  • NEWS: Big Plans for an Old Sump

    Plans are in the process of being developed which will convert the old sump located across from Our Lady of Lourdes Church in Massapequa into a recreation area. FULL STORY

  • NEWS: State Releases Report Cards for Massapequa Schools

    Recently the New York State Department of Education released this year's report cards for the Massapequa School District. The reports showed an overall improvement in test scores across the district, with the most dramatic improvement at the high school level. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Chiefs Lacrosse - Hard Working Warriors

    After a season record of 8-8 last year, Massapequa Chiefs Lacrosse is anticipating a powerful return to the 1998 county playoffs according to head coach Steve Mollet. "We have an experienced varsity squad," stated Mollet. "They won the Oyster Bay town summer league and many players received additional training at numerous camps during the summer. We are turning hard working warriors into Chiefs." FULL STORY

  • OPINION: Editorial: Massapequa Deserves More Parks

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