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The Flour Shoppe Cafe, a quaint eatery in Rockville Centre facing busy Sunrise Highway, is set to launch a new dinner menu, as they add yet another element to a location that formerly focused on selling baked goods. more
The city was dealt another blow last week in its fight against a potentially crippling $50 million lawsuit a developer first filed in 2003: A state appellate court rejected city officials’ appeal … more
Firefighters responded to a dumpster fire on Saturday at the Valley Stream pool complex on Merrick Road. more
Several power outages, including one at the pool complex at Arthur J. Hendrickson Park on July 18, afflicted the greater Valley Stream area last week, according to a Public Service Enterprise Group Long Island spokesman. more
Having worked at the Henry Waldinger Memorial Library since 1979, Mamie Eng has seen it change over the years. “When I started, they were just on the edge of computers, so they were just beginning databases,” she recalled. Now, she said, the entire set of reference books have been replaced by online databases. more
Malvernite Veronica Silva had had her dog, JakeBear, for two years when she got engaged. “Millennials pretty much humanize their dogs,” Silva, 32, said. “So when it comes to their wedding day, the most important day of their life, the dog has to be there.” more
The New York State Energy Research and Development Authority launched a series of public meetings at the Long Beach Public Library on July 11 as part of an outreach effort as the state moves forward … more
Doughology owners Chris and Jackie Stiansen never met NYPD Officer Miosotis Familia. They do not know her family or friends. But Chris spent 23 years as a detective in the NYPD, and the couple felt like they had lost someone close to them when Familia was shot and killed while on patrol in the Bronx on July 5. more
East Rockaway resident Deirdre Vesce Roddin’s frustrations with Long Island Rail Road delays inspired her to take action about a month ago. Using an online printing company, she created canvas bags that say “Long Island Fail Road” and “Customers should expect delays and cancellations.” more
Decked out in pink, from the pumps to its signs, GIVNGO in Freeport is a new gas station dedicated to fighting breast cancer. The station, on West Merrick Road, is owned by brothers Danny and … more
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