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Long Island author Jen Calonita had some inspiring words for young readers and writers at Lockhart Elemen¬tary School in...
03/20/2022

Long Island author Jen Calonita had some inspiring words for young readers and writers at Lockhart Elemen¬tary School in the Massapequa School District during a visit on Feb. 10. Specializing in fractured fairy tales, she shared her expertise as a writer of several middle-grade and young adult books.

For the full story, please visit the Post online at https://www.massapequapost.com/articles/local-author-promotes-literacy-at-lockhart/

Plainedge School District will be conducting a survey of parents/guardians of students in kindergarten through fifth gra...
03/19/2022

Plainedge School District will be conducting a survey of parents/guardians of students in kindergarten through fifth grade who attend the Schwarting, East Plain or JH West Schools, to determine if there is any interest in a school breakfast program. If insufficient interest is determined, an exemption to participate in the program will be requested by the Plainedge School Board of Education to the NY State Education Department.
Parents and taxpayers are asked to share their concerns regarding the district’s survey and exception request by contacting Edward Ross, District School Lunch Director at Plainedge High School, 241 Wyngate Drive, NY 11758 or by calling 922-7594.

For more local news, visit the Post online at www.massapequapost.com.

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03/18/2022

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Assemblyman Michael Durso, in partnership with Assemblyman Jarett Gandolfo and The Emily Meyer Foundation, is collecting...
03/18/2022

Assemblyman Michael Durso, in partnership with Assemblyman Jarett Gandolfo and The Emily Meyer Foundation, is collecting children’s books to promote literacy and academic success throughout local communities. All donations will benefit The Book Fairies, a Long Island based not-for-profit organization, which collects reading materials for less fortunate children.

The book drive will be collecting new and gently used children’s books through March 21, 2022. Book donations can be made at drop-off boxes located in the district offices of Assembly Members Durso (512 Park Boulevard, Massapequa Park, NY) and Gandolfo (859 Montauk Hwy., Suite 1, Bayport, NY) or at The Emily Meyer Foundation (112 Portal Court Babylon, NY 11702). For more information, please contact Assemblyman Durso’s district office at (516) 541-4598.

For more local news, visit the Post online at www.massapequapost.com

Massapequa Takes Action (MTAC) brings a health and safety message to our community!
03/17/2022

Massapequa Takes Action (MTAC) brings a health and safety message to our community!

Wishing our readers a very happy St. Patrick’s Day! May the luck of the Irish be with you!For the latest local news, vis...
03/17/2022

Wishing our readers a very happy St. Patrick’s Day! May the luck of the Irish be with you!

For the latest local news, visit the Post online at www.massapequapost.com.

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03/16/2022

And now, a word from one of our sponsors….

The Plainedge School District Best Buddies members are ready to work the runway, showcase their dance moves and bring th...
03/16/2022

The Plainedge School District Best Buddies members are ready to work the runway, showcase their dance moves and bring the community together in a special event planned for tonight, March 16, at 6 p.m. Students from the district’s adapted PE and rhythm and dance classes will wow the audiences with their dance moves. This will be a fun, fashion-filled, family night out.
The public is being asked to support the Best Buddies fashion show by purchasing tickets at http://bbphs.booktix.com.

And now, a word from one of our sponsors….
03/15/2022

And now, a word from one of our sponsors….

Massapequa High School’s Drama Club is bringing old-school Broadway to the stage with its upcoming musical production of...
03/15/2022

Massapequa High School’s Drama Club is bringing old-school Broadway to the stage with its upcoming musical production of “Anything Goes.” In-person performances are scheduled for March 3-5, featuring a cast of 43 students.

Stay tuned for the full story on the Post online at www.massapequapost.com.

The Massapequa Park Village Board recently welcomed Boy Scouts from Troop 339. The group spoke to Mayor Daniel Pearl and...
03/13/2022

The Massapequa Park Village Board recently welcomed Boy Scouts from Troop 339. The group spoke to Mayor Daniel Pearl and the Board members, asked questions and learned about the role of Village government as part of the requirements for the scouts to complete their “Ad¬venture: Building a Better World.”

For more local news, visit the Massapequa Post online at www.massapequapost.com

Daylight Savings Time is almost here! Don’t forget to set your clocks ahead before you go to bed tonight! Daylight Savin...
03/12/2022

Daylight Savings Time is almost here! Don’t forget to set your clocks ahead before you go to bed tonight! Daylight Savings Time officially begins at 2 a.m. Sunday, March 13th.

For more local news, visit the Massapequa Post online at www.massapequapost.com.

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03/11/2022

And now, a word from one of our sponsors….

Today, we’re flashing back to February 1986 at the Massapequa Post! Shoveling snow is a joint effort for this Adams Road...
03/11/2022

Today, we’re flashing back to February 1986 at the Massapequa Post! Shoveling snow is a joint effort for this Adams Road family, Mrs. Terry Bush, Alyssa, 4-and-a-half and Ashley, 2-and-a-half.

For more glimpses back in time, visit the Post online at www.massapequapost.com

Massapequa Takes Action (MTAC) brings a health and safety message to our community!
03/10/2022

Massapequa Takes Action (MTAC) brings a health and safety message to our community!

Assemblyman Michael Durso (R-Massapequa Park) recently introduced a resolution on the floor of the Assembly honoring an ...
03/10/2022

Assemblyman Michael Durso (R-Massapequa Park) recently introduced a resolution on the floor of the Assembly honoring an extraordinary organiza¬tion, P.S. I Love You Day Inc., and its founders, Jaim¬ie and Brooke DiPalma, by recognizing February 11, 2022 as P.S. I Love You Day in New York State. On this day P.S I Love You Day asks everyone to stand up against bullying, help end depression, and ultimately prevent suicide.

For the full story, visit the Post online at https://www.massapequapost.com/articles/assemblyman-durso-introduces-resolution-recognizing-feb-11-2022-as-p-s-i-love-you-day-in-nys/

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03/09/2022

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The Massapequa Chamber of Commerce and Holiday Fair Committee recently donated a por¬tion of the proceeds from its Holid...
03/09/2022

The Massapequa Chamber of Commerce and Holiday Fair Committee recently donated a por¬tion of the proceeds from its Holiday Fair Raffle to CenterPoint Church, 98 Jerusalem Ave., Mass¬apequa.
In addition to providing opportunities for re¬ligious worship, CenterPoint Church also gives back to the community through its compassion programs, which include their food pantry, com¬munity connections, and its Haven Homeless Ministry.

For more local news, visit the Post online at www.massapequapost.com

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03/08/2022

And now, a word from one of our sponsors….

Oyster Bay Town Councilman Tom Hand announced that res¬idents are invited to apply for picnic permits online at www.oyst...
03/08/2022

Oyster Bay Town Councilman Tom Hand announced that res¬idents are invited to apply for picnic permits online at www.oysterbaytown.com/picnic. As a part of the Town’s commitment to digitizing services for the conve¬nience of all, these online reserva¬tions are valid for picnics at Mar¬jorie R. Post Community Park in Massapequa, Theodore Roosevelt Memorial Park and Beach in Oys¬ter Bay, Harry Tappen Beach and Marina in Glenwood Landing, Syosset-Woodbury Community Park, and Plainview-Old Beth¬page Community Park.

For more information, visit the Post online at https://www.massapequapost.com/articles/councilman-hand-invites-residents-to-apply-for-picnic-permits-online/

03/08/2022

UPDATE: Emmie has been reunited with her family!!

FOUND: Older Female Yorkshire Terrier found around Smith St in Massapequa Park. Microchipped and currently being held at the Town of Oyster Bay Animal Shelter 516-677-5784

Sean P. Flaherty of Massapequa Park has been hired as Vice President by Ster¬ling Risk Insurance (Woodbury, NY), one of ...
03/07/2022

Sean P. Flaherty of Massapequa Park has been hired as Vice President by Ster¬ling Risk Insurance (Woodbury, NY), one of the nation’s top in¬dependently owned insurance brokerages. An insurance indus¬try veteran with spe-cial expertise serving construction clients, Flaherty possesses a multifaceted background that spans loss control, risk management, prop¬erty and casualty, surety, and employee benefits.

For more local news, visit the Massapequa Post online at www.massapequapost.com.

The Massapequa Chiefs athletic program is growing, with a new sport being added to the spring lineup this year and poten...
03/06/2022

The Massapequa Chiefs athletic program is growing, with a new sport being added to the spring lineup this year and potentially beyond. Massapequa High School is taking part in a pilot program for a girls flag football league and it is already creating buzz as more than 50 girls at¬tended a pair of general interest meetings. Massapequa High School senior Alyssa Papasodero, pictured here, will be one of the first members of the flag football team, which will debut this spring in a pilot program.

For the full story, visit the Post online at https://www.massapequapost.com/articles/massapequa-grows-girls-sports-with-flag-football-pilot/

03/06/2022
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03/04/2022

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The Linus Project has made its way to the Plainedge elementary schools during Kindness Week. This unified PTA endeavor s...
03/04/2022

The Linus Project has made its way to the Plainedge elementary schools during Kindness Week. This unified PTA endeavor started at the district’s high school, where students cut the fleece templates for elementary students. With dozens of PTA and parent helpers in the schools to support each elementary school class, the students assembled the “No Sew” blankets to donate to children and families in need.

For more school news, visit the Post online at www.massapequapost.com

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Long Island author Jen Calonita had some inspiring words for young readers and writers at Lockhart Elemen¬tary School in the Massapequa School District during a visit on Feb. 10. Specializing in fractured fairy tales, she shared her expertise as a writer of several middle-grade and young adult books. For the full story, please visit the Post online at https://www.massapequapost.com/articles/local-author-promotes-literacy-at-lockhart/
Plainedge School District will be conducting a survey of parents/guardians of students in kindergarten through fifth grade who attend the Schwarting, East Plain or JH West Schools, to determine if there is any interest in a school breakfast program. If insufficient interest is determined, an exemption to participate in the program will be requested by the Plainedge School Board of Education to the NY State Education Department. Parents and taxpayers are asked to share their concerns regarding the district’s survey and exception request by contacting Edward Ross, District School Lunch Director at Plainedge High School, 241 Wyngate Drive, NY 11758 or by calling 922-7594. For more local news, visit the Post online at www.massapequapost.com.
And now, a word from one of our sponsors….
Assemblyman Michael Durso, in partnership with Assemblyman Jarett Gandolfo and The Emily Meyer Foundation, is collecting children’s books to promote literacy and academic success throughout local communities. All donations will benefit The Book Fairies, a Long Island based not-for-profit organization, which collects reading materials for less fortunate children. The book drive will be collecting new and gently used children’s books through March 21, 2022. Book donations can be made at drop-off boxes located in the district offices of Assembly Members Durso (512 Park Boulevard, Massapequa Park, NY) and Gandolfo (859 Montauk Hwy., Suite 1, Bayport, NY) or at The Emily Meyer Foundation (112 Portal Court Babylon, NY 11702). For more information, please contact Assemblyman Durso’s district office at (516) 541-4598. For more local news, visit the Post online at www.massapequapost.com
Massapequa Takes Action (MTAC) brings a health and safety message to our community!
Wishing our readers a very happy St. Patrick’s Day! May the luck of the Irish be with you! For the latest local news, visit the Post online at www.massapequapost.com.
And now, a word from one of our sponsors….
The Plainedge School District Best Buddies members are ready to work the runway, showcase their dance moves and bring the community together in a special event planned for tonight, March 16, at 6 p.m. Students from the district’s adapted PE and rhythm and dance classes will wow the audiences with their dance moves. This will be a fun, fashion-filled, family night out. The public is being asked to support the Best Buddies fashion show by purchasing tickets at http://bbphs.booktix.com.
And now, a word from one of our sponsors….
Massapequa High School’s Drama Club is bringing old-school Broadway to the stage with its upcoming musical production of “Anything Goes.” In-person performances are scheduled for March 3-5, featuring a cast of 43 students. Stay tuned for the full story on the Post online at www.massapequapost.com.
In celebration of Black History Month, Albany Avenue Elementary School’s PTA invited Museums in Motion to display their Harlem Renaissance Exhibit for all of the students and staff to enjoy. The exhibit celebrates the intellectual and cultural revival of African-American artistry in the 1920s and 1930s For the full story, visit the Post online at https://www.massapequapost.com/articles/albany-ave-elementary-school-celebrates-black-history-month/
The Massapequa Park Village Board recently welcomed Boy Scouts from Troop 339. The group spoke to Mayor Daniel Pearl and the Board members, asked questions and learned about the role of Village government as part of the requirements for the scouts to complete their “Ad¬venture: Building a Better World.” For more local news, visit the Massapequa Post online at www.massapequapost.com