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With the summer beach crowds looming, the City Council voted unanimously on Tuesday to establish penalties for those who walk on the jetties that are being rebuilt by the Army Corps of Engineers. … more
On the gas-fired stove, an aluminum pot full of tomato sauce, fragrant with herbs and spices, simmered, while beside it an oversized kettle of red beans cooked in boiling water last Friday afternoon. … more
Every year Jennifer Derrig, the owner of the Irish Shop in Lynbrook, invites local Girl Scouts and Boy Scouts to earn their community service badges by planting flowers in front of her store. On May 20, Brownie Troop 2390 took advantage of the opportunity. more
The Lynbrook Village board of trustees did not reach a decision at a June 5 public hearing on whether or not to grant hotel developer Lee Browning an extension on the planning and construction of a proposed Courtyard by Marriott hotel — a project that has been 13 years in the making. more
More than 100 people took a stroll through the village’s downtown to view artwork on display as part of the Malverne Chamber of Commerce’s first annual Art Walk. The exhibition, which is free, runs through June 24. more
The Rockville Centre Chamber of Commerce held its fourth Eat.Shop.Rock event last Saturday, which offered family fun and featured a variety of local vendors. more
South Nassau Communities Hospital will honor a pair of civil servants at its 33rd annual golf outing on June 12, which will raise funds for the Oceanside medical center’s campaign to expand it emergency department. more
Long Beach resident and professional boxer "Irish" Seanie Monaghan was just a kid when the last boxing event was held at the original Nassau Coliseum in 1986, where an up-and-coming fighter named … more
Responding to concerns raised by local residents, South Nassau Communities Hospital, in partnership with SeniorCare EMS, have placed signs marking the perimeter of the hospital’s ambulance quiet … more
Several doctors at Long Island Jewish Valley Stream say that their ability to provide patients with the best health care has been hindered over the past few years by insurance companies. more
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