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August 20, 1999

  • NEWS: Locking Horns Over Ames Lockers

    After expressing concerns about the number of change orders that had been coming through for the Ames project, the Massapequa Board of Education voted 3-2 against a resolution for a change order to replace the lockers at Massapequa High School-Ames Campus. Concern was expressed at the Aug. 5 school board meeting, because those lockers had already been removed. FULL STORY

  • NEWS: Future Planned Parenthood Site Fuels Protest

    The Long Island Coalition for Life staged a protest on Saturday, Aug. 14, outside the future Massapequa Planned Parenthood health center site. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Massapequa Talks Sports

    In 1919, The Chicago White Sox accepted a bribe from the Mafia to throw the World Series. For the past 80 years, debates have continued over whether Shoeless Joe Jackson, the star of that 1919 World Series team, should be inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame. This question has plagued Major League Baseball again recently, as they grapple over whether his possible involvement in the scandal should prevent one of baseball's legends from attaining Hall of Fame immortalization. FULL STORY

  • OPINION: Buckle Up Massapequa
  • OPINION: News from Assemblyman Steve Labriola

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