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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
Engineers have determined that the 110-year-old aqueduct running underneath Sunrise Highway is in “very good condition,” and county officials are preparing for the next stages of a … more
When MacArthur High School seniors Casey Butcher and James May were called to Principal Joseph Sheehan’s office in February, they had no idea why. They recalled waiting for Sheehan, slightly … more
Democratic candidate for Nassau County Executive, Legislator Laura Curran, on Friday asked that her Republican opponent, Jack Martins, co-sign a letter to the current county executive, Ed Mangano, urging him not to block ride-sharing services like Uber. more
Louise Beeks had a mouth full of broken teeth. Every bite of food and each spoken word was painful for the 86-year-old Freeport woman, who in recent years has eaten only soup and purees. She was a … more
 Three candidates for City Council who received the Long Beach Democratic Committee’s nomination at the county’s convention last month blasted party leader Jay Jacobs at a news conference on … more
The backpack of an Island Park teenager exploded on Waterford Road before 10:30 a.m. on June 23, according to a representative from Island Park Fire Department. The 16-year-old boy was … more
Hurricane Sandy victims who were required to raise their homes by Sept. 1 under the New York Rising program can breathe a sigh of relief — for now. The Governor’s Office of Storm Recovery, … more
Jose Napolean Cruz Maltez, 39, of Valley Stream, and his company, L&J Stucco was arraigned on June 14 on charges of criminal mischief, prohibited disposal of solid waste, construction and demolition debris processing facilities and putting unwholesome substances on or near a highway. more
The Army Corps of Engineers has completed four jetties ahead of schedule as it moves forward with a $230 million coastal protection project that began in Long Beach in March. Army Corps officials … more
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