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They walk to help find a cure — for autism, blindness, pancreatic cancer and breast cancer. Most weekends this October, residents will gather at Jones Beach and traverse the boardwalk with family and friends, doing their small part to address these health crises. more
“There’s no place like Seaford,” says Charles Wroblewski, a retired FBI agent, who is happy to be back home in his “easy going, small community, where everyone knows each other.” For Wroblewski, Seaford lives in the past and the present. He can recall fishing and crabbing, or being in a boat on the bay. more
Confined to a hospital bed, connected to three life-support machines and unable to eat, talk or walk after a horrible car accident, Joseph Parenti, of West Hempstead, kept thinking of the life he wanted to live. “I pictured myself enjoying a normal life, you know, creative visualization,” said Parenti. “I kept imagining what I wanted; how I was going to get there; that I had the power to heal. But it’s easier said than done,” he admitted. more
A Long Beach man was arrested on Wednesday and charged with the murder of 28-year-old Tyrenzo Brown at the Channel Park Homes last weekend. Nassau County police said 22-year-old Antonio Webb, of … more
Students, faculty members and public officials recently celebrated the grand unveiling of new synthetic turf fields at Calhoun and Kennedy high schools. more
South Merrick’s Bay Drive, Harbor Road and Valerie Court are set to get face-lifts next year, when the Town of Hempstead plans to repave the streets. more
Fayette Elementary School has joined the list of community schools outside which motorists must drive slower than 30 miles per hour or else risk a speeding ticket. more
Though Nassau County Legislator Dave Denenberg has said he is no longer a candidate for State Senate, he will remain on the ballot next month in the 8th Senate District race. more
Exhibits and more... Lessons of the Holocaust to Teach ToleranceA contextualized history that explains the 1920s’ increase of intolerance, reduction of human rights, and lack of intervention … more
Take in a glimpse of days gone by at the Long Island Fair. more
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