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Jo-Ellen Risolo Sarnelli’s dedication to her community is evident by her daily actions in Island Park. Her commitment to civic pursuits led to the Island Park Chamber of Commerce naming her the Community Service Award recipient at its 69th annual Dinner Dance at the Bridgeview Yacht Club on Nov. 7. 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
In honor of Mike LiCalzi’s ultimate sacrifice for the country he served, Mount Sinai South Nassau hospital posthumously recognized him at its third annual Salute to Veterans for Their Valor and Service event last Friday. more
Villages and towns across Nassau County still have not received roughly $8 million in Aid and Incentives to Municipalities funds they were due to be paid by the state in September. The villages of Lynbrook and East Rockaway are owed more than $430,000. 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
A state Supreme Court judge denied Floral Park officials’ request to halt construction at Belmont Park on Nov. 7, saying that the village failed to show that it was suffering from irreparable harm … more
On the sunny fall morning of Oct. 23, more than 40 fifth grade students took part in a special event called “A Day in Nature for Mental Health.”  Joined by a handful of teachers and … more
Hospital and healthcare industry finance expert John A. Pohlman has been named senior vice president and chief financial officer of Mount Sinai South Nassau. more
The Lynbrook Dance Workshop hosted an open audition for an upcoming film project on Oct. 6. more
Residents in the Lynbrook, Merrick and North Shore water districts found a letter from New York American Water in their mailboxes during the last week of October, and it wasn’t a water bill. It was a rate increase notice, signed off on by the New York Public Service Commission. more
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