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November 6, 1998

  • NEWS: The Results Are In

    Residents of the 12th New York State Assembly District displayed an overwhelming show of support on election day for incumbent Assemblyman Steven Labriola, who won approximately 3-1 over Democratic opponent Ben Podgor, according to unofficial election results obtained at press time. FULL STORY

  • NEWS: Supreme Court Supports Town's No Vote on 7-Eleven

    A Nassau County Supreme Court judge recently upheld the Town of Oyster Bay's decision to oppose the construction of a 7- Eleven convenience store on Sunrise Highway and Block Boulevard in the Crown Village section of Massapequa. The court's decision was in response to a lawsuit filed in May by the prospective 7-Eleven owner, who argued that the town did not have a good reason to deny his request to build the store on the location. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Mustang Football

    Welcome back Seniors. The Mustang Senior Team finally woke up Oct. 25 and played to their potential in their best game of the season against the Valley Stream Hornets. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Massapequa and Farmingdale Runners Invited To Rob's Run

    Runners and walkers of all ages and abilities from the Massapequas and Farmingdale are cordially invited to sign up for the 6th annual edition of "Rob's Run", a 5 Kilometer Cross Country race and team competition to be held on Sunday morning, Nov. 29, starting and finishing at Stillwell Woods Town Park on South Woods Road in Syosset. The starting gun will go off promptly at 9 AM. FULL STORY

  • OPINION: Letter to the Community From Massapequa BOE
  • OPINION: Resident Says Open Space Under Siege

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