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For 43 years, Glen Cove has been the home of the Feast of St. Rocco’s, a celebration of Italian-American heritage. The five-day event, which locals describe as the largest annual event in Glen … more
Last Friday, the pastors of Iglesia Ciudad de Refugio, the Revs. Juanita and Jose Lopez, celebrated the 40 years they have spent ministering at … more
Since news broke that longtime gift and furniture store, Accent on the Home, would be closing its doors once its inventory had been sold off, shoppers have flocked downtown to bid the establishment … more
The Shot Callers, one of Glen Cove’s four women’s softball teams, are the champions of the summer season. Last Wednesday, they went up against the K.C. Gallaghers in the finals, ultimately … more
Pickleball players have taken over the tennis courts of Merrick Road Park. On Aug. 3, for instance, in the sweltering heat, more than two dozen pickleball players gathered with friends to play. They took up five of the six available tennis courts, engaging in matches that ranged from casual to high-intensity. more
A new emergency alert system is coming to Nassau County libraries. The Rave Panic Button, an application that provides a fast response in emergency situations, will be available for implementation in all 54 Nassau County public libraries, including each of the four Bellmore and Merrick facilities. more
South Shore Camps recently wrapped up another summer filled with fun activities for students to enjoy in the sun in East Rockaway. more
The board of trustees for Lynbrook and East Rockaway each voted last month to join Freeport Mayor Robert Kennedy’s lawsuit alleging the Town of Hempstead and Nassau County do not provide villages with a fair share of sales-tax reimbursement. more
On Thursday evenings throughout the summer, 30 middle school-aged students could be found swimming laps in the Lynbrook Village Pool and following it up with hard-working bike rides and running sessions at Greis Park. more
New York American Water announced on Monday that South Shore customers’ high water bills are the result of a recently approved conservation rate coupled with increased summer usage. more
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