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This week’s snowstorm hasn’t dampened the spirits of the Long Beach Polar Bears, who plan to go ahead with their annual Super Bowl Splash this Sunday, Feb. 1. “It is coming after a … more
A comprehensive plan can be an extremely useful tool for planning the future growth of a local community. Most importantly, it can be used to address the constant change and evolution of our … more
Throughout February, the Association for Career and Technical Education sponsored a national awareness campaign to recognize programs that prepare high school students for “high-wage, high-demand careers” in health care, information technology, law enforcement, hospitality and management. In the Wantagh-Seaford area, a slew of these programs are offered year-round at the Gerald R. Claps Career and Technical Center in the Levittown School District. more
Locals gathered at Sip This on Rockaway Avenue on Dec. 26 to boast their knowledge of the popular NBC television show “The Office,” at the coffee shop’s semi-regular trivia night, which has blossomed into a community staple. more
Several dozen Nassau County residents, interest groups and politicians came together at a Oct. 26 public hearing to comment on an 8.4 percent rate hike sought by New York American Water to pay for infrastructure, taxes and water delivery costs. The hearing was organized and chaired by the Department of Public Service and held at Malverne Village Hall. more
“I’ll be on Cloud 9 if anyone needs me — World Champions #USA,” Long Beach native and Boston Bruins prospect Charlie McAvoy tweeted after the United States defeated Canada 5-4 … more
An investigation into allegations of sexism and racism made by a member of the City Council against a high-ranking city official determined that there was no evidence to support the … more
Having people know how to save a life propelled Mordecai Eliyahu to establish Lifeguard Training NY in 2012 after being a volunteer firefighter and emergency medical technician with the Lawrence-Cedarhurst Fire Department for about five years. more
The Lynbrook New Vision Party hosted the 2017 Mayor William J. Hendrick Community Awards Night at the Saint Mary’s Knights of Columbus on Feb. 17. more
Prunes are not many people’s favorite fruit, but the fresh aroma emanating from the ones on a tray in the huge walk-in refrigerator of Fruits In Chocolate, an Inwood-based business, attracted the possibility of a taste. more
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