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Q. We’ve lived in our split-level house for 40 years, and never had this kind of trouble. My insurance company says I have a basement and my house has four floors. They want to call our first floor a basement . . . more
A car hit a man during rush hour last Friday afternoon as he walked across Sunrise Highway at Merrick Avenue, according to the Nassau County Police Department. An ambulance rushed the man to a local hospital, which admitted him in “serious condition.” more
The Waldbaum’s at 1686 Merrick Road in Merrick is currently open for business. Whether it will remain so is uncertain. more
Mets pitcher Jacob deGrom stopped by Merrick’s Coleman Country Day Camp to give the children a few pointers on July 23. more
On one level, it’s a matter of clearing some closet space. On another, it’s a signal to let go and move on. more
In April 2014, two students at St. Anthony’s High School, in South Huntington, brought a Confederate flag to a sporting event. They were subsequently expelled. Later that month, Newsday published an editorial . . . more
Led by instructor Nadine Pace, students from Oceanside’s Ultimate Champions Taekwondo at 3110 Long Beach Road competed in the Amateur Athletic Union Taekwondo National Championship held in Fort Lauderdale, Florida from June 99 to July 4. more
Exhibits and more... Enduring ImagesAn exhibition, drawn from Hofstra University Museum’s permanent collections, that focuses on the lasting record created by an artist’s visual … more
Exodus of educators? To the Editor: The governor would have fast food workers making $15 an hour now. That’s good if you work at McDonald’s — but there are varying accounts about … more
The Knights of Columbus once again hosted its annual Festival on the grounds of St. Raymond’s Catholic School in East Rockaway. Music, games, rides and great food were abundant during the four … more
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