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Seaford Schools Superintendent Dr. Adele Pecora may be from Massapequa, but she projects Seaford Pride. A thoroughgoing professional with nearly 30 years of experience, she has only the highest praise for the district and the community and communicates a determination to do well by both. more
The Long Island Rail Road has fully restored the Long Beach Branch operations after the train service was suspended in both directions between Lynbrook and Long Beach. An unauthorized vehicle on the … more
The Atlantic Marine Conservation Society said Saturday it could not determine how a male humpback whale died before it was discovered on Laurelton Boulevard beach on Aug. 16. The 29.8 foot whale … more
A 14-year-old male was robbed while riding his bicycle in Franklin Square on Aug. 16, Nassau County police report. According to detectives, the victim was riding his bicycle on Hempstead Turnpike … more
New York Road Runners, a non-profit dedicated to inspiring fitness through group running events, held its inaugural 5K Open Run at Valley Stream State Park on Sunday drawing a crowd of nearly than … more
Fifteen-year Valley Streamer Anthony Mannino said he heard the screams first. As a signal maintainer for the Metropolitan Transportation Authority, he was at the Newkirk Plaza Q stop in Brooklyn … more
Sitting in a wheelchair in Eastern District Court on Friday, 80-year-old Daniel Mullan pleaded not guilty to child pornography charges, and will be permanently detained as the case proceeds. more
Three Mineola and Cedarhurst residents were arrested on Aug. 16 for stealing cars from Elmont. According to Nassau County detectives, officers were on their routine patrol when they received a … more
About 100 people gathered on the boardwalk on Aug. 3 to honor the man remembered as “Mr. Long Beach” at the seventh annual Larry Elovich 5K Memorial Fun Run and Walk. The event is hosted each … more
For some, the anti-Semitic incident was personal. The discovery of seven 10-inch swastikas scrawled in purple marker on the walls of the picnic pavilion at Oyster Bay’s Theodore Roosevelt Park on … more
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