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The city announced Sunday that it will likely declare a snow emergency on Monday, in anticipation of what weather forecasters are calling a "crippling and potentially historic" blizzard expected … more
Say ‘no’ to LNG, Cuomo The following letter was addressed to Gov. Andrew Cuomo, and a copy was forwarded to the Herald. I am writing to you regarding the proposal by Liberty Natural Gas, … more
On January 27, Linda Stephenson, branch manager at Lynrbook's Bethpage Federal Credit Union, will be officially inducted as the President of the Lynbrook Chamber of Commerce. Stephenson, who takes … more
With chants of “Today’s the day to save the bay!” dozens of concerned citizens filled the headquarters of the environmental group Operation SPLASH’s … more
Sheldon Silver, the longtime leader of the Democratically-controlled state Assembly was arrested on several federal corruption charges on Jan. 22,according to the FBI. more
Wantagh High School will play host to the Science Olympiad regional competition for the first time on Jan. 31, which will feature 43 teams from 22 schools in eastern Nassau County. more
Long Beach police busted two illegal massage parlors on Wednesday that were offering more than just back rubs, and arrested four women on prostitution and unlicensed massage charges. Long Beach … more
In youth soccer, one arena tops all others –– the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex at Walt Disney World in Florida. It is a mecca for youth soccer players itching to display their skills before hundreds of college coaches at the Disney Soccer Showcase. more
With local schools closed Monday for the birthday of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., many Merrick parents brought their little ones to Congregation Ohav Sholom for a morning of fun and community. more
The North Merrick School District Board of Education is considering borrowing $15.75 million to overhaul aging infrastructure at the district’s three schools: Camp Avenue, Fayette and Old Mill Road. The board is set to vote Feb. 10 to place a bond referendum on the May school ballot. more
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