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The two former primary opponents appeared together at a monthly meeting for local clergy at the Long Island Marriot in Uniondale, where Abrahams announced his endorsement. more
In a letter sent to Acting New York State Department of Health Commissioner Howard Zucker on July 30, Gov. Andrew Cuomo requested that the planned 18-month implementation timeline for medical marijuana be reviewed for possible acceleration to help those who suffer from severe seizures brought on by epilepsy. more
Police are investigating two gun-related incidents that occurred in the Channel Park Homes earlier this week, though police officials say that there were no reports of shots fired. At 3 a.m. on … more
Nassau County has begun installing speed cameras in school zones, part of an initiative to crack down on speeding, protect children and make roads near schools safer. Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed a … more
Three hundred and seventy-four runners took part in the Purple Ribbon Run and the Susan Rockitter Memorial Run on Saturday, July 26, which started and finished at the Forest Lake Elementary School in Wantagh. Participants ran to raise funds for pancreatic cancer research. more
A North Bellmore woman who co-owns a Suffolk County convenience store was indicted in a scheme to steal nearly $1 million from the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program by illegally trading cash for thousands of dollars in SNAP benefits earmarked for Hurricane Sandy victims, according to officials. more
Movies that come out during the summer appear to follow a different set of rules than other films when it comes to box office success. There is just something about these movies that allows them to spike in audience approval when they are released during the summer as opposed to any other time of year. more
The Seaford Board of Education last week authorized its president, Bruce Kahn, to execute any additional applications and related documents needed in connection with the approval process for a proposed condominium development at the Seaford Avenue School. This resolution was passed unanimously at the board’s work session on July 24. more
Tuesdays this July at the Wantagh Library, children in grades K-6 have enjoyed building with Legos and learning basic architecture with the program Bricks 4 Kidz. more
A contractor and former Wantagh resident has admitted bilking Nassau County residents out of thousands of dollars for home repairs that he never completed. more
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