Manhasset Press

Manhasset Press Serving Manhasset, Munsey Park, Plandome, Plandome Heights, Plandome Manor and Flower Hill. ManhassetPress.com, @ManhassetPress on Twitter Manhasset Press is a weekly community newspaper serving Manhasset, Munsey Park, Plandome, Plandome Heights, Plandome Manor and Flower Hill.

Published by Anton Media Group.

Operating as usual

Manhasset Tennis Is Strong All Over
10/12/2021
Manhasset Tennis Is Strong All Over

Manhasset Tennis Is Strong All Over

After at least four straight losing seasons, Manhasset finds itself among the elite girls’ tennis team in Nassau County this season. Playing in the top-rated Nassau Conference I, the Indians sport …

Village Dedicates Community Meeting Space In Memory Of Former Mayor
10/11/2021
Village Dedicates Community Meeting Space In Memory Of Former Mayor

Village Dedicates Community Meeting Space In Memory Of Former Mayor

The Village of Flower Hill recently opened a new community space with the help of elected officials, residents and the Family of former Mayor Bob McNamara. The Village Board authorized construction…

Parents Push Back Against Mask Mandate
10/10/2021
Parents Push Back Against Mask Mandate

Parents Push Back Against Mask Mandate

Donna Loh does not have to feel alone anymore. The Manhasset parent, at the Manhasset School District Board of Education meetings of Aug. 26 and Sept. 9, criticized the state-imposed mask mandate. …

Indians Earn First Gridiron Win
10/09/2021
Indians Earn First Gridiron Win

Indians Earn First Gridiron Win

Manhasset earned its first win of the young football season on Sept. 25, downing host Valley Stream North 27-14 in a Nassau Conference III matchup. After spotting the home team a 7-0 lead in the fi…

Manhasset School District Victim of Ransomware?
10/08/2021
Manhasset School District Victim of Ransomware?

Manhasset School District Victim of Ransomware?

Manhasset School District Acting Superintendent of Schools Gaurav Passi, at the Oct. 7 board of education meeting, said that the district may have been the victim of ransomware. “At this time we ca…

Temple Judea Observes Sukkot Outdoors
10/08/2021
Temple Judea Observes Sukkot Outdoors

Temple Judea Observes Sukkot Outdoors

On the Sunday before Sukkot, on possibly the most beautiful sunny warm day this year, Temple Judea celebrated the holiday of Sukkot outdoors under an azure blue sky. The celebration began in the su…

Jimmy Was The Reason For The Day
10/08/2021
Jimmy Was The Reason For The Day

Jimmy Was The Reason For The Day

Manhasset fallen soldier remembered There are various degrees of separation from James J. Regan of Manhasset. On a late summer morning, it was clear that the U.S. Army Ranger had touched many lives…

Cannabis Task Force Hears From Experts, Community
10/07/2021
Cannabis Task Force Hears From Experts, Community

Cannabis Task Force Hears From Experts, Community

In the second of three meetings, the Town of North Hempstead’s Cannabis Task Force listened to two panelists speak about how they feel the sale and on-site consumption of recreational cannabis may …

LTR To The Editor: Justice for Butera: Have we Targeted an Innocent Man?
10/06/2021
LTR To The Editor: Justice for Butera: Have we Targeted an Innocent Man?

LTR To The Editor: Justice for Butera: Have we Targeted an Innocent Man?

When does one’s alleged perception of being uncomfortable result in the destruction of a man’s reputation, his life’s work and his career? It does in my little town of Manhasset, where our Superint…

Annual Friends Of The Poor Walk Does Good
10/02/2021
Annual Friends Of The Poor Walk Does Good

Annual Friends Of The Poor Walk Does Good

From Sept. 25 to 26, the members of the St. Vincent de Paul Society in St. Mary’s Parish hosted its Annual Friends of the Poor Walk. The society is one of the largest Catholic lay organizations in …

Annual Cigar Party To Benefit JDRF Returns
10/01/2021
Annual Cigar Party To Benefit JDRF Returns

Annual Cigar Party To Benefit JDRF Returns

After being postponed last year due to the COVID-19 pandemic and ensuing lockdown, the Gurino Family Annual Cigar Party, hosted by brothers Anthony and Angelo Gurino with Joseph Muré, continued its…

TEAM HOPE Makes Waves To Fight Cancer
09/29/2021
TEAM HOPE Makes Waves To Fight Cancer

TEAM HOPE Makes Waves To Fight Cancer

For the 18th consecutive summer, TEAM HOPE’s swimmers came together for a cause. On a beautiful, but somber day, 42 swimmers, including North Hempstead Country Club’s general manager, pool director…

Longtime Saint Mary’s Parishioners To Receive Honor At Parish Gala
09/28/2021
Longtime Saint Mary’s Parishioners To Receive Honor At Parish Gala

Longtime Saint Mary’s Parishioners To Receive Honor At Parish Gala

Service to community and neighbor comes with incredible ease to these longtime parishioners of the Church of Saint Mary in Manhasset, Carol and Brian Dunning. Carol and Brian Dunning met at law sch…

North Hempstead To Host First Fall Family Festival Event
09/27/2021
North Hempstead To Host First Fall Family Festival Event

North Hempstead To Host First Fall Family Festival Event

North Hempstead Supervisor Judi Bosworth and the Town Board announced that the town’s first Fall Family Festival will be coming to the beach. The family-friendly celebration will be held at North H…

FEMA Aids North Shore After Ida: Fixing the damage that Ida has done
09/26/2021
FEMA Aids North Shore After Ida: Fixing the damage that Ida has done

FEMA Aids North Shore After Ida: Fixing the damage that Ida has done

The remnants of Hurricane Ida surely packed a punch when it hit New York State earlier this month, as state and federal experts, according to Gov. Kathy Hochul’s office, estimate more than $140 mil…

Manhasset Overcomes Challenges: Excitement, uncertainty greet new year
09/25/2021
Manhasset Overcomes Challenges: Excitement, uncertainty greet new year

Manhasset Overcomes Challenges: Excitement, uncertainty greet new year

Hurricane Ida, on Sept. 1, did not spare even solidly-built school buildings. Manhasset Schools Acting Superintendent Dr. Gaurav Passi told the board of education at its Sept. 9 meeting about the d…

House Of Jailed Ponzi Schemer Remains A ‘Zombie House’
09/24/2021
House Of Jailed Ponzi Schemer Remains A ‘Zombie House’

House Of Jailed Ponzi Schemer Remains A ‘Zombie House’

Two years after Paul A. Rinfret was arrested in Manhasset for running a $19 million Ponzi scheme that defrauded six investors. Sentenced to 63 months in prison, his home on Bourndale Road North rem…

Cannabis Task Force Hears From Experts
09/16/2021
Cannabis Task Force Hears From Experts

Cannabis Task Force Hears From Experts

The Town of North Hempstead’s (TONH) recently appointed Cannabis Task Force held their first of three listening sessions on Aug. 24. “This task force is in charge of certain responsibilities,” Town…

Plandome Heights Family Files Claim Against Quogue PD, Suffolk County
09/15/2021
Plandome Heights Family Files Claim Against Quogue PD, Suffolk County

Plandome Heights Family Files Claim Against Quogue PD, Suffolk County

Twenty-year-old Michael and 25-year-old James Farrell were on top of the world. Michael Farrell was a full-time business student at Villanova University, according to his LinkedIn page, and James F…

Join the Church of Saint Mary at 11:30 a.m. for a Prayer Service of Remembrance of the Sept. 11 attacks.
09/11/2021

Join the Church of Saint Mary at 11:30 a.m. for a Prayer Service of Remembrance of the Sept. 11 attacks.

The 9/11 Prayer Service of Remembrance is at 11:30 AM in the Church of Saint Mary.

For those who cannot join us in person, please visit our website www.stmary.ws/all-are-welcome/ to download the Program and access the Livestream https://youtu.be/Y8UVZIaND54. Thank you, and God bless! 🇺🇸

Northwell Health Nurse Choir To Head To Finale
09/10/2021
Northwell Health Nurse Choir To Head To Finale

Northwell Health Nurse Choir To Head To Finale

It’s an exciting time for the Northwell Health network of hospitals as New York’s Northwell Health Nurse Choir is officially heading to the “America’s Got Talent” finale. On the night of Sept. 8, i…

Local Vigil Held For Service Members Killed In Afghanistan
09/10/2021
Local Vigil Held For Service Members Killed In Afghanistan

Local Vigil Held For Service Members Killed In Afghanistan

The Manhasset American Legion and American Legion Auxiliary held a vigil in Mary Jane Davies Green, on Aug. 31, to honor the 13 service men and women killed in Afghanistan. “There is no higher sacr…

A Day We All Remember
09/09/2021
A Day We All Remember

A Day We All Remember

This article explores the experiences of several members of the Manhasset community throughout 9/11 and in the aftermath of that day. Tuesday, Sept. 11, 2001, started off like any other day: Americ…

Local Nutritionist Provides Advice For Pets
09/04/2021
Local Nutritionist Provides Advice For Pets

Local Nutritionist Provides Advice For Pets

Growing up, we always had dogs and other pets. I considered these pets to be a part of the family. That said, it was not long before I realized while looking into my dog’s eyes that dogs are people…

Build-A-Buddy’ Coming To The Al Fresco
09/03/2021
Build-A-Buddy’ Coming To The Al Fresco

Build-A-Buddy’ Coming To The Al Fresco

Young attendees of the bi-weekly Manhasset Al Fresco on Plandome Road will come home with a new buddy on Sept. 26, as the Manhasset Chamber of Commerce is hosting a very special and fun fundraiser.…

Another Year Of Manhasset Moms
09/02/2021
Another Year Of Manhasset Moms

Another Year Of Manhasset Moms

A new mom is never alone in Manhasset. The Mother’s Group of Manhasset is a group for moms and by moms. It allows new moms in the community, or new residents with children elementary school aged or…

Schumer Reveals Record $106 Million For Long Island Sound
08/28/2021
Schumer Reveals Record $106 Million For Long Island Sound

Schumer Reveals Record $106 Million For Long Island Sound

Federal funds U.S. Sen. Charles Schumer just included in a bipartisan infrastructure package will improve water quality by reducing nitrogen, restore and protect wildlife habitats, mitigate climate…

Manhasset Senior Wins Prestigious Lacrosse Award
08/27/2021
Manhasset Senior Wins Prestigious Lacrosse Award

Manhasset Senior Wins Prestigious Lacrosse Award

Manhasset High School senior Aidan Mulholland has been chosen as the winner of the second annual Tom Flatley Award by a committee of coaches from the Nassau County Football Coaches Association (NCF…

Address

132 East 2nd St.
Mineola, NY
11501

Alerts

Be the first to know and let us send you an email when Manhasset Press posts news and promotions. Your email address will not be used for any other purpose, and you can unsubscribe at any time.

Contact The Business

Send a message to Manhasset Press:

Videos

Nearby media companies


Other Media/News Companies in Mineola

Show All

Comments

Tomorrow, December 11, all flags in the school district will be flown at half-staff, in Mr. McNally's honor. (As well as a beloved math teacher in the Manhasset schools, he was also a beloved principal at Manhasset High School in the 1980s). https://www.legacy.com/obituaries/theledger/obituary.aspx?pid=197182460&fbclid=IwAR2-W1h69PmKEHvngk3--L7n0_ZgSY_MvkopmS2cClUg12lD4z_xY92mxIw
QUALITY MOVING SALE NOT TO BE MISSED. Mask Required Sat 11/27 and Sun 11/28; 9:30am - 3:30pm 5 Van Arsdale Place, between Manhasset Ave & Combs Drive Stunning Mahogany King Bedroom Set with Triple Dresser and Armoir, Whimsical Pottery Barn Girls Bedroom Set with hand painted end tables and handpainted lamps to compliment, New Treadmill, TVs, Stunning Mahogany Dining Room Set, Fabulous Accent Furnishings, Much art work to chose from, Wicker Indoor/Outdoor Set, New Lazy Boy Lift Chair, Retro Iron Patio Set, Large 4 burner Gas Grill, Crystal Chandeliers, Lenox, Waterford, Capodimonte, Marine collectibles, tools, lighting and sooooo much more.
I have been teaching virtual yoga and fitness classes since March. PM me if you would like to try a free class or are interested in a private lesson.
Rep. Tom Suozzi Misleads Long Island Voters on Key Endorsements Gun Safety Groups Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America and Everytown for Gun Safety State that Suozzi Campaign Falsely Claims Their Endorsements in NY3 Race. Rep. Tom Suozzi has been repeatedly touting false endorsements from Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America and Everytown for Gun Safety Action Fund to tens of thousands of voters across the district in both mail and digital media ahead of the June 23rd New York primary. In a statement posted June 19th to their page and echoed by their founder Shannon Watts on Twitter, Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America clarified its endorsements in the Congressional race in New York’s 3rd District. “As the New York Primary approaches, Moms Demand Action hopes that you are all making a plan to vote! We want to clarify that neither Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America or Everytown for Gun Safety Action Fund has made any endorsements in the U.S. House race for New York's 3rd Congressional District. Both candidates, Melanie D'Arrigo and Tom Suozzi, have received the Moms Demand Action Gun Sense Candidate Distinction. We applaud both candidates for their commitment to gun safety!,” the statement reads. “I am a Moms Demand Action volunteer and am committed to fighting gun violence. I feel honored to be a gun sense distinction candidate because I know firsthand the organizing work Moms Demand Action puts in to make our communities safe. I don't know why the Congressman decided to mislead voters by touting endorsements he did not receive. It's bizarre.” said NY-3 Congressional Candidate Melanie D'Arrigo. “We are very proud of all of our endorsements both from large national organizations like Indivisible and the National Organization for Women to local grassroots groups like Long Island Activists, Muslims for Progress, No IDC, LINC and Sunrise Movement Huntington. Endorsements are a reflection of the trust built between the candidates and organizations and the faith they have in a candidate to champion their causes. While some endorsements may be no more than rubber stamps, others from groups that actually organize on behalf of their communities, are to me, more meaningful. It’s disrespectful to the organizations and their work to break that trust.” ABOUT MOMS DEMAND ACTION FOR GUN SENSE IN AMERICA: Founded by Shannon Watts in the days after the Sandy Hook shooting, Moms Demand Action is a grassroots movement of Americans fighting for public safety measures that can protect people from gun violence. We pass stronger gun laws and work to close the loopholes that jeopardize the safety of our families. We also work in our own communities and with business leaders to encourage a culture of responsible gun ownership. We know that gun violence is preventable, and we’re committed to doing what it takes to keep families safe. ###
There's an alternative to Rep. Suozzi who the day after impeachment wouldn't be seen doing this. Vote for Melanie D'Arrigo on June 23 or when you receive your absentee ballot.
Thank you all for for your dedicated Support, as token of appreciation as Thank you from Tuesday- Thursday we will compliment every order with discount of 15%. Thank you again Freddie and the Management
Bring The Camp To You!
Discounted Zoom Package Deals with us! Sign up today for your group zoom session or 1 on 1 private training! On The Marc Training 516-758-6868
During this time, it is important to keep healthy and active in the comfort of your own home! That's why we are doing everything we can to help you achieve those goals. We have our own OTMT Mobile APP that provides you with our exercises and programming for just $25/month https://www.trainerize.me/profile/onthemarctraining/?planID=60383 Our 30 Day Fitness Challenge starts Monday, April 27th! To join please click the link to register for $50! Each day is a different challenge - challenge your friends and do this together! Winner receives $250 and a FREE MyZone Heart Rate Monitor https://www.trainerize.me/profile/onthemarctraining/?planID=61098 Contact us today On The Marc Training 516-758-6868
Manhasset press we need your help with respirators in Coney Island hospital we are short and people are in need! There are some that are not being used in other hospitals how do we get Coney Island the help they need? Why is Cuomo stock piling them when hospitals need them?