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Tony Sarica was in the middle of one of his famous stories — talking a mile a minute — while his longtime client, Sharon Papa, sat in the barber’s chair. Sarica held bits of Papa’s hair between the fingers of his left hand and wielded scissors in his right, gesturing with them as he fondly recalled the time he and some friends slept overnight in an airport because The Beatles were scheduled to pass through it. more
It was a summer evening nearly two years ago when Island Park business owner Jared Judson re-evaluated his career path. He and his wife, Melanie, were on the shore of Long Beach in a Tuesday-night beach volleyball league. Judson, 39 at the time, who grew up in Baldwin and lives in Freeport, began to feel a pain in his chest, and decided to lay down courtside. The discomfort didn’t stop. more
Long Beach businesses will be required to charge at least 5 cents for each carryout bag that shoppers use beginning April 22, thanks to an ordinance approved unanimously by the City Council last … more
Just three weeks after playing his final collegiate hockey game for Boston University, Long Beach native Charlie McAvoy found himself in the Stanley Cup playoffs, showered with high praise from many … more
Little Flower Children and Family Services of New York held a grand opening for its new alternative residence for special-needs adults on Essex Place in Valley Stream on April 12. more
Nassau County police are searching for a man who stole money from an ice cream shop in Lynbrook on Saturday at 9:10 p.m., and believe the suspect is the same person who has committed 14 attempted … more
“I love animals and do not want them to die,” Sophia Romanelli, a second-grader at Marion Street Elementary School, told the Lynbrook board of trustees at their April 3 meeting. “If we stop using plastic, it will make our Earth look clean and save the animals.” more
A garage sale is taking place at the Main Street Fire House at 5 Main St. in East Rockaway on April 15 to raise funds for the Keith Lane Visual & Media Arts Scholarship. more
At the third hearing to determine whether the Capri Lynbrook Motor Inn’s room-rental license should be revoked, lawyers representing the motel owners argued last week that the committee appointed by Mayor Bill Hendrick — comprising three of his trustees — could not be impartial. more
In a tucked-away Hampton Road lot, Peter Curti walked from his trailer office to a neighboring forest-green shack. As he entered, a hidden speaker began blaring Frank Sinatra’s rendition of “I Love Paris.” “We have to enjoy ourselves,” he shouted over the 1953 Cole Porter-written hit. more
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