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As of June 1, Island Park residents can now pay their property taxes on the village website, and with a credit card, according to Mayor Michael McGinty. “We are offering residents of the … more
“I remember when we did this,” Oceanside School No. 3 fifth-grader Sarah Dalton said as she poked her head into Dawn Sharpe’s third-grade class. “It was really fun!” She saw that the … more
Kenny Marino has a street in Oceanside named for him, a bench on the Long Beach boardwalk named for him and now a plaque in Monroe, N.Y., bears his name, honoring his heroics on the morning of Sept. … more
For a second straight year, late-game heroics lifted New York City over Long Island in a thrilling Empire Challenge. Paul Inzerillo drilled a 32-yard field goal as time expired to give NYC a 37-35 victory before a crowd of 8,621 at Hofstra in the 22nd edition of the high school football all-star showcase on June 21. more
The International City/County Management Association Center for Public Safety Management, a Washington, D.C.-based organization, said City Manager Jack Schnirman, a former member of the group, … more
On June 23, the exuberant Malverne High School class of 2017 gathered on the football field for one last time as high school students before moving on to their next life adventure. It was a beautiful day, despite threats of rain that forced the graduation ceremony to be moved up an hour. more
West Hempstead High School’s graduating class received their diplomas and marked the official end of their years in the school district at the Tilles Center at C.W. Post last Sunday. more
No one knew that when 19-year-old Matt Scarpati went for quick bike ride one late evening in 200 that it would be his last.  It has been eight years since an intoxicated motorcyclist, who … more
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The Bellmore-Merrick Central High School District Board of Education voted unanimously last week to move forward with the sale of the 15.77-acre Jerusalem Avenue School building to the Nassau Board of Cooperative Educational Services. more
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