The Seventh Squad reports the details of a robbery that occurred in Massapequa on Tuesday, Oct. 20 at 8:30 p.m.
According to detectives, two male victims, ages 20 and 22, were walking through the parking lot at 850 Sunrise Highway, when they were approached by three suspects who demanded their cell phones. Both victims, detectives added, were threatened and punched. The suspects took the victims’ cell phones and fled the scene on BMX bicycles eastbound on Sunrise Highway.
The same questions were asked of all candidates running for the Town of Oyster Bay Board, which is a four-year term. In the event a council member leaves office prior to completion of a full term, the town board appoints a replacement. That person serves until the next regularly scheduled election, at which time the voters elect an individual to serve the remainder of the term. There is no limit to the number of terms council members may serve.
Incumbent Republican councilmembers Chris J. Coschignano, Elizabeth A. Faughnan and Joseph G. Pinto are being challenged by Democrats Matt Meng, Erin Reilley and Doug Watson. Election day is Tuesday, Nov. 3. Their stories appear below in alphabetical order.
This month will see more action on the Kerouac front as Jack’s Last Call: Say Goodbye to Kerouac, the original play about Jack Kerouac’s last night on Long Island, will be performed at Gunther’s Tap Room in Northport.
This performance of the play, written by Massapequa resident Patrick Fenton, promises to be a special one. In fact, the play itself is set in Gunther’s, a place where Kerouac once drank and played pool during his time on Long Island in the early 1960s. It will be staged on Saturday, Oct. 24, almost 40 years to the date of Kerouac’s death, which took place on Oct. 21, 1969.
The legislator held meetings at both the Berner Middle School and at the Massapequa Public Library. The Friday night meeting at the middle school was attended by up to 60 people, while on Saturday, up to 30 people jammed their way into a room at the library.
Recently, Carolyn Liz Dissoway came across a June 29, 1915 story about her mother, one that appeared in The New York Evening Sun, a long-lost afternoon New York City newspaper.
Town of Oyster Bay residents gathered at the town’s 9/11 Memorial at Tobay Beach on the evening of Sept. 10 for the 2009 September 11 Memorial Ceremony. The somber event included readings and prayers, musical selections and a candlelight ceremony.
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