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LI Walks To Fight Food Allergies

With serious food-borne allergies striking a near all-time high in the U.S., the frightening issue has been generating a great deal of support in recent years. Nowhere could you find more support for this malady than at Eisenhower Park for the FARE Walk for Food Allergy held on Oct. 25. Diane Amandola of East Northport … [Read More...]


Pubs Around Town

With the welcoming autumn chill in the air comes the desire to warm up with a good pint of beer. Pubs have long been a spot for cozy ambiance and comfort food. Three Massapequa pubs invite you to come across the pond to enjoy the changing seasons, and everyone’s favorite; pumpkin beer. Paddy’s Loft 1286 Hicksville Rd., … [Read More...]


Historical Society Book: Signs Of The Times

If you have driven around the Massapequa area, you have most likely noticed a series of elaborate, wrought-iron signs adorning the sides of the road, denoting a significant footnote in history. Those signs are made possible by the direct work of the Massapequa Historical Society and their never-ending quest to keep the … [Read More...]


10th Annual FARE Allergy Walk

In January 2013, two year old Kylie Rose Restaino of Massapequa Park was diagnosed with potentially life-threatening food allergies to tree nuts. Kylie’s mother, Christine, couldn't help but be fearful for her daughter’s safety. “I live in constant fear that she will eat the wrong thing and I won’t be able to save … [Read More...]


Marjorie Post Park Goes To The Dogs

Driving rain and cold temperatures could not keep Long Islanders from coming out to support the first annual DogFest Walk ‘n Roll, a fundraiser for Canine Companions for Independence. Held for the first time at Marjorie Post Park in Massapequa, dogs of all breeds and sizes came with their humans with one goal in mind; to … [Read More...]


M.H.S. Cracks Down On Security

With the spectra of violence in our schools seemingly an ever-present threat – and a devastating reality for some – it’s a given that each tragic incident that makes the news these days forces schools to take a long, hard look at how effectively they are protecting their own students. Massapequa High School is no … [Read More...]


All In The Family: Great Grapes

On a clear, breezy day, you might catch the scent of fresh grape juice in the air if you are near the corner of Hicksville Road and Boundary Avenue. That delightful smell is courtesy of A&P Grape Distributors, a third generation owned family business. “We’re kind of ingrained in the neighborhood,” said Brooklyn-born … [Read More...]

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