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It isn’t the fault of the Long Beach community that its medical center was heavily damaged by Hurricane Sandy. It may be that quite a few local residents never used the facility, but by now the entire town knows it is without a local hospital. more
Intolerance seems like an uncomplicated issue: Most rational people would agree it has no place in civil society. Yet it persists . . . more
On a busy day in Wantagh, many families found some time to visit the firehouse last Saturday to learn fire safety skills, see some demonstrations and check out the shiny red trucks. more
Kathleen Rice, the Nassau County district attorney, and Bruce Blakeman, a former presiding officer of the Nassau County Legislature, are locked in a spirited fight for the 4th Congressional District seat now held by U.S. Rep. Carolyn McCarthy, a Democrat from Mineola. more
Since the New York American Water company started repairing and replacing water mains in Malverne in 2009, the company documents water main capital repairs on 17,227 feet worth of road – 3.3 miles worth — or an average of two-thirds of a mile every year. more
When Terence and Tracy Murphy were choosing a place to raise their family, they decided to stick with what they knew and stay in Seaford. On Saturday, John will be recognized for his longtime commitment to both the community and his country, and will be grand marshal of the Seaford Homecoming parade. more
Every year, London's West End and our Broadway exchange exciting plays and musicals. This year, The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time, winner of seven Olivier Awards, including Best Play, … more
Halloween is two weeks away, but the current theater season is already a feast of “treats!” If next spring’s awards were bestowed tonight there would already be a full slate of worthy best plays, performers, directors and magical production features. more
There will be time to visit the new “best of Broadway,” but vibrant, stunning downtown theater often has limited runs that offer some of the most rewarding, challenging experiences a theater buff could desire. more
They gathered on a blustery October morning to participate in a 5K course meant for the general public: there were moms with baby strollers, ROTC students, grammar school students, middle-age adults, senior citizens, and, what looked like professional marathon runners. more
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