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Massapequa Manor

Tryon Hall was the first large estate built in the Massapequas by a Jones family member. The next estate was named Massapequa Manor and was completed in 1837. In this case, the builder was also a judge, as was David Jones of Tryon Hall. His name was David S. Jones, son of Samuel Jones, who was a grandson of Thomas Jones. … [Read More...]


Oscar Movies

It’s almost Hollywood’s biggest night. Get ready movies buffs because on Feb. 22, the 87th Academy Awards will be broadcast live on ABC. This year, the amusing Neil Patrick Harris will make his debut as the host of the awards show, being held in Los Angeles at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood. But awards shows are not without … [Read More...]

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Lend A Paw For The Pet Food Drive

Nassau County Legislator Rose Marie Walker announced today that she will host a Pet Food Drive in conjunction with Long Island Cares Fourth Annual Legislative Food Drive Challenge and Live Love Bark. This year’s food drive will have a special focus on helping local animals in need. Legislator Walker’s office will be … [Read More...]


Questions With The Corners

Although there may still be snow on the ground, the Plainedge Varsity baseball team has started to get to work and chase their goal of a championship. Plainedge’s ball club is built on various, hardworking athletes as well as four players who will go on to play collegiate baseball. After catching up with Plainedge’s … [Read More...]


Massapequa Native Wins Disney Comp

When John McDonald saw his first Disney movie, he immediately became immersed in the company’s philosophy of “If you can dream it, you can do it.” Ever since that moment, McDonald became passionate about two things: Disney and computer animation. … [Read More...]


Got Pizza? Saverio’s Wood Fired Pizza Room Now Open

Assemblyman Tom McKevitt (R,C,I – East Meadow) recently celebrated the grand opening of an expanded small business in Massapequa; Saverio’s Wood Fired Pizza Room is now open at 929 North Broadway. … [Read More...]

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Plainedge Senior Named National Merit Finalist

Plainedge High School senior William Loughlin has been named a finalist in the National Merit Scholarship Program for 2015. Finalists represent the top .01 percent of high school seniors nationwide who took the PSAT/NMSQT, which has a total of 1.5 million entrants. Loughlin had a perfect 1600 score on his SAT–scoring 800 … [Read More...]

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