Publisher Karl. V. Anton, Jr. Dies at 81
Karl V. Anton, Jr., publisher and editor-in-chief of Anton Community Newspapers, died Saturday morning at his home in North Merrick with his wife Angela Susan Anton by his side. His death followed a short illness of cancer. He was 81 years old.
Local Contractor Pleads Guilty
A Massapequa contractor pleaded guilty last week for stiffing his employees out of thousands of dollars by circumventing state-enforced wage mandates.
Athletes Invited to Tobay Triathlon and Tri-Relay
Triathletes from Farmingdale and the Massapequas are cordially invited to join fellow Long Islanders in the Seacrest-TOBAY Triathlon and Tri-Relay, to be held in Oyster Bay and surrounding communities on Sunday morning, Aug. 20. This year's event, starting and finishing in Theodore Roosevelt Memorial Park in Oyster Bay, will be the 13th annual.
Farmingdale Resident Sweeps Massapequa Race
Donna McMahon of Farmingdale made a strong bid to clinch top honors among Long Island women runners over the Independence Day weekend. She took top honors in both the Massapequa Firecracker 5 Kilometer Run on July 2 and the Bellmore 4 Mile Run on July 4. Both races are part of the 23-race KeySpan 2000 Grand Prix of Long Island road races administered by Long Island Track & Field.
Karl V. Anton, Jr.