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Two Democratic City Council members who are seeking election this year filed a lawsuit on July 26 challenging petition signatures gathered by an opposing Democratic slate to qualify for a primary … more
Between 250 and 300 Valley Stream children take part in the Barrett Summer Recreation Program each year, and some even return as counselors when they are older. more
“Someday when we wake up, the sky may not be blue. Someday wild animals might all live in the zoo, and someday we’re going to all be grown-ups just like you, and when that day comes we want the Earth to be alive,” children between the ages of nine and 16 sang at the Baha’i Center of Nassau County on July 29 in preparation for their upcoming performances — one at the Valley Stream Community Fest at the end of September, and one of the Baha’i bicentennial at the end of October. more
An acre and a half of property at 764 Hempstead Ave. in West Hempstead was purchased by “Theodore Gaeta and wife” in 1948, according to county records, and their house had stood on it for nearly 70 years. more
Long Beach lifeguards rescued a swimmer who nearly drowned on Sunday at Neptune Boulevard beach. The Fire Department said it received an emergency call at 7:29 p.m. reporting that a swimmer was in … more
Members of the Long Beach Fire Department rushed to the scene of a minor two-car collision at the intersection of East Pine Street and Long Beach Boulevard on Thursday at around 2 p.m., according to … more
Residents crowded City Hall for a Zoning Board of Appeals meeting on July 27 to protest a developer’s revised plan to build a five-story apartment building on Shore Road. The meeting lasted … more
Lynbrook resident Danny Weinkauf and the Red Pants Band will release their third album “Totally Osome!” on Aug. 11, a collection of songs that are intended to educate children, but can also be enjoyed by adults. more
About 35 local residents came to the Atria Lynbrook supportive living facility on July 18 for the second annual Chef Showdown. Brian Glennon, the director of culinary services for Atria, went head-to-head against retired FDNY firefighter Andrew Winges and his wife, Beth, in a cook-off with a corny catch — each recipe had to include corn as an ingredient. more
Just in time for summer fun, two new handicap accessible playgrounds opened in Greis Park on July 14. The new additions include a playground for toddlers and one for children between the ages of 5 and 12. more
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