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Whether it’s an illegal apartment, a drug-ridden area or just a small pothole on a side street, residents of the Town of Hempstead want these problems to be addressed. Although elected officials would love to solve issues right away, sometimes there just isn’t enough time in the day. more
As soon as a baby is born, knowledge and information is absorbed immediately, which is exactly why two Seaford Girl Scouts decided that a bookshelf would be the perfect contribution to a neonatal intensive care unit. more
“I really believe in the quote, ‘Those who forget their history are doomed to repeat it,’” said John Sottnik, third vice commander of Wantagh American Legion Post 1273. “American men and women have fought and died to preserve our freedom, and we celebrate and give thanks for their ultimate sacrifice on Memorial Day so that we, and our children, can live in liberty and freedom. Memorial Day is a history lesson for all of us in Wantagh.” more
“It’s not a sad day at all today,” Lorraine Fiorello said in the living room of her Seaford home on May 17, one year to the day after her son, Nico, was injured in a swimming accident at Jones Beach. “It’s a day to party.” more
According to several news reports, three people were slashed inside Hempstead Lake State Park around 3:30 p.m. this afternoon. It was reported that a knife and a machete were used in the attacks. more
A lack of access to clean water is creating economic, social, educational and life threatening conditions in schools and communities in developing countries throughout the world. Students from … more
The Nassau Countywide Baseball Conference remains in existence for numerous reasons. Rather than have rebuilding teams constantly withstand ignominious losses, the league allows programs to play competitive games while working their way back to respectability. Nobody gains from being on either side of one-sided games is the philosophy behind it. more
With its season hanging in the balance, Long Beach worked a little overtime to advance to the Nassau Class B girls’ lacrosse semifinals for the third time in four years. more
After spending consecutive springs winning huge postseason games on the road, Oceanside, by virtue of being the top seed in Nassau Class AA, is finding out that having home field advantage in the playoffs can be beneficial. more
Of South Side senior goaltender Chris Aranalde’s 10 saves against Carey in last Friday’s Nassau Class B boys’ lacrosse quarterfinal at Hofstra, none was bigger than his point-blank stop off Joe Sciacca late in the second quarter with the score knotted at two. more
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