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April 3, 1998

  • NEWS: Proposed Soccer Field Faces Bitter Opposition

    "This is not an adversarial relationship," said legislator Peter Schmitt repetitively to a crowd of close to 120 residents, most of whom were bitterly opposed to plans for a proposed soccer field on the current site of a Nassau County Drainage Sump on Linden St. in Massapequa. FULL STORY

  • NEWS: School District Adopts Committee Missions

    After seven months of bitter argument that, in the eyes of most school board watchdogs, was over something of marginal importance, the Massapequa Board of Education finally established mission statements for its 1998-99 committees. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Hoop Shot Winner Finishes Second

    Local boy from Massapequa finishes second in the New York State "Hoop Shoot" finals held recently at upstate Horseheads. Thomas Anderle, 9 years of age, a student at East Lake Elementary School in Massapeua Park, won four successive levels of free throw basketball competitions to qualify for the NY State Elks Hoop Shoot Finals; namely, his school contest, the Massapequa Elks Lodge Hoop Shoot at the Massapequa High School, the Elks East District Hoop Shoot at Deasy Elementary School in Glen Cove, and finally the Greater New York including all five boroughs of New York City, all of Long Island and Westchester County-Regional Elks "HoopShoot" championship in Glen Cove High School. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Harlem Wizards versus Massapequa All-Stars?

    When the Massapequa All-Stars were called onto the court, they lined up, in a straight line, and took a bow. But when the Harlem Wizards danced their way onto the court, music blasted and the theatrics began. FULL STORY

  • OPINION: Editorial: Hear the Voice of the Community
  • OPINION: Guest Opinion: Massapequa All-Stars?

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