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Many New York American Water customers in Oceanside, Island Park and across the South Shore have experienced a spike in their water bills. more
Water companies throughout Long Island are disputing a report ranking the cost of water, saying that the Farmingdale-based Citizens Campaign for the Environment didn’t account for all of the … more
Tulip Caterers will stick around for the foreseeable future after the town Board of Appeals unanimously denied the necessary variances to build a 7-Eleven at the site. The board’s April decision … more
This is part one of a four-part series. Did you happen to read the news article that reported a scuffle between Little League baseball players that prompted family members to rush onto the field … more
Dozens of people, including veterans from Baldwin, Freeport and surrounding communities, gathered in William J. Martin Park in Freeport last Friday to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the … more
Remembered by friends for his commitment to firefighting and athletic excellence, Thomas Fennelly, a lifelong Baldwin firefighter and a retired member of the FDNY, died on Aug. 5. He was 67. … more
Fifteen seniors from the Bellmore-Merrick Central High School District will trade their pencils for power tools this year, as the district launches its new electrical training program for students who want to pursue careers in the trade industry. more
With its shelves freshly lined with books and magazines and a slew of new technological offerings, the North Bellmore Public Library opened on Aug. 20, inviting a crowd of residents inside. The building’s more than year-long construction project concluded with a ribbon cutting that afternoon. more
The age-old saying “when one door closes, another opens” holds true in the restaurant business, and Bellmore-Merrick is no exception. But in the case of Bayou Jones, a new Cajun/Creole restaurant that opened on June 11, it took two doors —two restaurants — to close before it opened. more
New City Council President Anissa Moore called on State Comptroller Tom DiNapoli and Nassau County District Attorney Madeline Singas last week to release the results of their ongoing investigations … more
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