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In 1997, a group of Hewlett and South Valley Stream residents banded together to oppose a New York American Water — then Long Island Water — project that would have altered the streets … more
After managing a 1,600-member social club in Boulder, Colo., Allan Wright, who moved to Sea Cliff in November, is bringing his gastronomic expertise to the foodies of the North Shore. Earlier this … more
The Democratic-led State Senate passed what was described as a series of “historic” voting reforms on Jan. 14 that could mean an earlier primary in Long Beach in the race for City Council … more
The city will hold a public meeting on Jan. 28 at City Hall to discuss major upgrades to Edwards Boulevard, part of a complete streets and resiliency initiative the city announced in 2015. Long … more
By Bridget Downes Residents came from points across Long Beach to celebrate the life and legacy of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. on Monday. “We’re banding … more
Leading psychics and mediums offer private readings at PieCraft Pizza Bar in Island Park on Thursday, Jan. 31 from 6 to 9 p.m. more
Freeport-based pet rescue organization Bobbi and the Strays visits Petco in Oceanside on Saturday, Jan. 26 from noon to 3 p.m. more
City Council members say that the city is expected to sign a contract with an executive search firm in the hope of hiring a permanent city manager more than a year after former City Manager Jack … more
For nearly a decade, Rockville Centre resident Martin Brull has been trying to attract acclaimed indie-art rockers Les Savy Fav to perform at one of his foundation’s fundraisers to support children … more
The city’s Department of Public Works is preparing for this weekend’s winter storm that could dump up to six inches of snow and sleet, and city officials are urging motorists to stay off … more
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