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Celebrity chef Jonathan Scinto — better known as Chef Jonathan — is putting Long Island families on television worldwide. Currently in production, the first season of “Family Kitchen Revival” will feature eight local families, each sharing their stories of hardship. During a day with the chef, the families will prepare a meal for community members who lent them support. more
Along Sunrise Highway, situated among bustling businesses, stands the Treehouse Cafe, which closed eight years ago. Although it once was the area’s go-to sports bar and restaurant, the brown, wooden exterior now buckles and the inside lies barren. Merrick and Bellmore residents recently rallied for changes to what they described as a blight on the neighborhood. more
State and local officials announced at a news conference last Friday the 15 locations in Nassau County that will be used as early-voting sites before the general election on Nov. 5. In January, the … more
Herald Community Newspapers took home top honors in the Press Club of Long Island’s annual Media Awards competition. Honors were presented before a crowd of nearly 240 at Watermill Caterers in … more
The first thing Daniel Butler sees through his bedroom window every morning is a massive crater next to his North Bellmore home. The hole has been there for three years, and for the past 15 months it … more
On May 30, a bill that would ban flooring with mercury in it — such as the ones found in the Cubs Cave at Norman J. Levy Lakeside Elementary School in Merrick — and would set state standards for … more
Nassau County police have arrested 21-year-old Ryan Lindquist, of Massapequa, in connection with the murder of Merokean Evan Grabelsky, a 32-year-old special education paraprofessional who dedicated his life to helping others. Lindquist was to be arraigned in First District Court in Hempstead on Saturday. At press time early Saturday morning, police did not say precisely how Lindquist was involved in the murder. A news conference was to be held later in the day, at which time further details were to be offered. more
TJ Hatter, a representative of the Attorney General of New York Letitia James, stopped by the Merrick Senior Center on May 23 to raise awareness of senior scams — the fraudulent phone calls, emails … more
Saying that her office was flooded with telephone calls from residents concerned about brown and discolored water, Town of Hempstead Supervisor Laura Gillen said that she is forming a new community task force. more
Senator John Brooks, a Democrat from Seaford and the Senate Democratic Majority passed legislation on May 16 that will help prevent boating tragedies on New York waterways. “Knowing the laws of … more
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