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Since 2010, every Saturday from Memorial Day weekend through Halloween, tons on Long Islander’s have flocked to Long Beach’s Kennedy Plaza to showcase their artistic talents through music and the … more
Do you hear that deafening plane noise? Probably not. more
Four ribbon-cutting ceremonies last week in Wantagh didn’t so much celebrate growth in the local business community, as it did stability. more
Like many hospitals regionally and nationwide, South Nassau Communities Hospital is adjusting to the changing face of health care delivery and accommodating patient needs. more
Mike Hawksby, co-owner of ROK Health & Fitness on Ocean Avenue in East Rockaway, was sworn in last Friday by Mayor Bruno Romano at a Chamber meeting held at Villa Maria on Main Street in East … more
Nassau County police reported to the scene of a reported break-in at Shoe Repair on Merrick Road on Monday morning, Nobody was in the store when its front door and window were broken just after … more
More than 200 residents of Elmont and the surrounding communities packed Sewanhaka High School on May 7 to ask questions and hear details about a proposed $400 million stadium, restaurant and retail … more
Last year, a Malverne resident approached village police Chief John Aresta with a request: Was there anything the Police Department could do to help him with his mother, who was in the advanced stages of Alzheimer’s disease and was prone to wandering away? more
If you have complaints, comments, suggestions or questions about anything related to the Town of Hempstead, councilmen Anthony Santino, Bruce Blakeman, and at least a dozen representatives from different town divisions, will be in Malverne, at the Howard T. Heber Middle School on Monday, May 18 at 7:30 p.m. to discuss them with you. more
When Suzanne Reek, of Wantagh, used to bring her young son, Joseph, to the dentist, she would hire a team of two to six people to carry him into the office. Once there, he was strapped down to an examination table for treatment in what the American Dental Association calls a “papoose board,” essentially a stretcher with wide Velcro braces. In the end, Reek said, she would be hit with a $5,000 bill because her son, who suffered from extreme “dental anxiety,” would inevitably need to be sedated during treatment, which insurance didn’t cover. more
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