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Scouts Honor 9/11 With 2,977 Flags

On Saturday Sept. 6, local cub scouts gathered to plant 2,977 flags in the lawn of Massapequa Park Village Hall as a tribute to honor 9/11 victims; one flag for each life lost. Five larger flags symbolized the loss of five Massapequa residents. “The idea to plant the flags came from Tim's Florist in the village of … [Read More...]

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A Good Feeling Inside And Out

A muscle-softening massage makes you feel good physically, and on Sept. 17 you can get a massage that will also make you feel good spiritually. Massage Envy in Massapequa and Farmingdale, as well as its other Long Island locations, will once again flex its fingertips to host Healing Hands for Arthritis, an annual … [Read More...]

Boy Scouts Talk “Scouting”

The NC Theodore Roosevelt Council of Boy Scouts of America is conducting a special membership drive on Sept. 15 and 16 from 6-8 p.m. at the Massapequa Park Public Library (40 Harbor Lane) and Massapequa Public Library (523 Central Avenue). Local Boy Scout leaders and Boy Scouts will provide information about local … [Read More...]

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Lottery Brings Money To Massapequa

On July 19, Jerry Ritieni owner of Extreme Auto Body Repairs in Massapequa, purchased $20 worth of lottery tickets. He left them in his truck for several weeks, only to accidentally discover a winning ticket worth $2.9 million while looking for his keys. Ritieni was in complete disbelief, but is extremely grateful. He … [Read More...]

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One Doctor’s Journey

It’s easy to write a check to a charity, it’s another thing to actually do something that will effect a positive change in people’s lives. One such person affecting change is Dr. Elliot Siegel, an oral maxillary surgeon in Massapequa. For the past 16 years, he has been going to the far corners of the world with Doctors … [Read More...]

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Local Author At Hall Of Fame

For the past 47 years, author and teacher Frank Nappi has called Massapequa home, along with his wife Julia, and sons Anthony and Nicholas. It was in 2004 at his home in Massapequa Woods where he wrote his first novel, Echoes from the Infantry, a compelling story about World War II veterans. On Aug. 28, Nappi had the … [Read More...]

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D-I-Y Save A Life

With heroin overdoses becoming all too common on Long Island, Massapequa High School is set to host a Narcan training session this November. Learn more about this life saving technique by visiting Long Island Weekly here. … [Read More...]

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