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West Hempstead’s history as a horse town added another page to its annals earlier this month when executive management of the New York Equestrian Center announced it was for sale. more
Malverne resident Maggie Matassa, senior at Kellenberg Memorial High School has been named the recipient of a $350 scholarship from Physical Therapy Options of Garden City. more
Following a peace demonstration on the steps of Hempstead Village Hall on Aug. 22, West Hempstead Rabbi Art Vernon spoke of the racially-charged events in Charlottesville and categorized them as a watershed moment in American history. “No one knew what the impact of Charlottesville was going to be,” said Vernon, who is co-chair of the Black-Jewish Coalition for Justice. “When a moment like that occurs, it's an opportunity to say we have to do something.” more
Unless you’ve been hibernating this summer, you can’t help but see the Army Corps of Engineers working to rehabilitate our jetties along the beach. The federal government is spending several … more
“Yeah, we’ve done a lot of crap,” said John Fellin, a 40-year Oceanside resident, who is also the owner of Wayback Burgers in West Hempstead. more
Noah Rubin, the 21-year-old pro tennis player from Merrick, will be competing during the U.S. Open’s Qualifying Tournaments, which began Aug. 22. more
Three people were arrested for a West Hempstead robbery that took place in and outside of the Cherry Valley Deli on Aug. 21. more
Looking back at history, it is interesting how little known; long-forgotten individuals can unwittingly influence the development of a community. This is exactly the case with Miss Helen E. Westcott. … more
An East Meadow man was sentenced to 10 years in prison on Monday, after a cinderblock he launched from an overpass on the Meadowbrook Parkway in December 2015 struck a car below, injuring a woman. more
Malverne’s own 10-year old Vivienne Coletta will be singing “America The Beautiful” at this year’s U.S. Open just prior to the night session on September 1. more
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