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The City Council’s vote to appoint a new member to a vacant seat led to a charged meeting at City Hall on Friday, and some residents accused some council members of making a backroom deal and … more
City Manager Jack Schnirman announced in September that he was mulling a run for Nassau County executive, but on Sunday he said that he decided to “join the fight for reform” as a candidate for … more
In the wake of several corruption scandals involving Long Island elected officials, Nassau County Legislator Laura Curran (D-Baldwin) was endorsed by county Democrats on Monday to run for county … more
When the AFC champion Patriots face the NFC champion Falcons to crown a new NFL champion, Maier’s Brick Café at 157 Lakeview Ave. in Lynbrook will be hosting a party. The fun begins on Feb. 5 at 4 … more
Several elected leaders, local residents and business owners turned out for the Lynbrook Chamber of Commerce’s installation dinner for new officers and directors at the Knights of Columbus on Jan. 26. Business owners’ achievements were recognized at the celebration as well. more
Are you ready to float? On Jan. 24, R.E.S.T Float Spa held its official ribbon-cutting ceremony after a soft launch on Dec. 11. The Sunrise Highway spa features two pods and two suites of water, … more
On Sep. 12, MaryAnn Grasso and her daughter, Nanci Grasso, the directors of Dance Workshop in Lynbrook, unveiled their New York City studio on the corner of 64th Street and Lexington Avenue. more
The City Council is close to appointing a replacement to fill a seat vacated by former Councilwoman Eileen Goggin last month, and those with knowledge of the vetting process said a vote could take … more
Karen Cass, 56, has been an active member of Seaford community organizations for more than 40 years. But the waterfront hamlet — which she described as “something out of [the TV show] ‘Gilmore Girls’” — is more than just a place where she conducts business. more
In the wake of several corruption scandals involving Long Island elected officials, Nassau County Legislator Laura Curran (D-Baldwin) was endorsed by county Democrats on Monday to run for county executive, the first woman to be nominated for the position by a major party. more
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