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June 18, 2004

  • News: Plainedge School Board Reschedules Budget Revote

    Following the wishes of the community expressed at the public hearing June 7, the Plainedge Board of Education has moved the budget revote to June 29. In addition, the board has identified cuts to the proposed budget in the amount of $521,830. FULL STORY

  • News: Massapequa Scout Helps Clean the Preserve

    Last month, Massapequa Boy Scout Michael Argondizza of Troop 691, sponsored by Maria Regina Church, completed a service project for the Friends of Massapequa Preserve. Michael's project involved the removal of an abandoned makeshift shelter in the Preserve. The troop also completely cleaned up the surrounding area. FULL STORY

  • Sports: Massapequa Resident Rides in the 25th Annual Pan-Massachusetts Challenge

    Massapequa resident Roy Walther will ride in the 25th annual Pan-Massachusetts Challenge (PMC), the nation's most successful bike-a-thon for charity, Aug. 7 and 8. Alone or in teams, athletes or amateurs, strong or weak, they ride to accomplish a single, unified goal - a world without cancer. FULL STORY Logo
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