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The holidays are coming, and that means gift shopping. While many residents will turn to the internet, filling virtual shopping carts with a wide range of goods and watching the brown boxes pile up … more
Laura Lucero had her first job in the restaurant business when she was just 10 years old. In a bustling mercado somewhere in Mexico City, she would bring cold bottles of soda to the customers in her father’s taqueria, and watch her mother as she skillfully prepared carnitas and flautas. She also remembers vacationing in Puebla with her family, where makeshift kitchens were set up outside, and sitting in front of an open fire as her grandmother cooked handmade tortillas. more
The Nassau County Legislature unanimously approved legislation on Nov. 25 to restrict the sale of most flavored vape products countywide. The law’s passage follows a recent uptick in vaping-related … more
Fans of the first Fuji Seoul, a former Asian fusion restaurant in Merrick, can now revel in its revival. Replacing Kravings at 151 Merrick Ave. is the second coming of Fuji Seoul, a Korean/Japanese … more
By Alyssa Seidman aseidman@liherald.com The advent of online shopping has allowed shoppers to take their skills to the internet, where scrolling, clicking and data input replace face-to-face … more
Newly elected Town of Hempstead Supervisor, Don Clavin, announced his transition team at the Hofstra University Club on Monday. The team, which is comprised of more than 50 people, is headed by … more
Following months of criticism, Macmillan Publishers has officially decided to limit e-book availability to public libraries nationwide. The UK-based company, which publishes books around the … more
Hundreds of people gathered at the Friedberg JCC in Oceanside for the Senior Health & Beyond Expo, presented by Mount Sinai South Nassau and hosted by Herald Community Newspapers and RichnerLive on Nov. 3. more
Merrick and Bellmore’s chambers of commerce have named their business leaders of the year. Gathering with more than 600 business owners representing more than 30 chambers, the two honorees were among dozens awarded at the Nassau Council of Chambers of Commerce’s award breakfast on Oct. 18. more
The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation last week designated Busy Bee Dry Cleaners, at 1818 Merrick Road in Merrick, a Superfund site because a chemically contaminated groundwater plume there had “migrated off-site” to the south and southeast, according to a DEC public notice. more
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