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With the help of a $1.75 million donation from the Louis Feil Charitable Lead Annuity Trust, South Nassau Communities Hospital will relocate its cancer program to a centralized comprehensive cancer facility on its main campus in Oceanside. more
In an effort to strengthen its laws against the sale of marijuana in the village, Island Park officials scheduled a public hearing for Thursday, at which Mayor Michael McGinty said he expected the board to vote in favor of stricter regulations. more
The Jean Fischman Chabad Center of the Five Towns invites community members to attend its Feb. 24 gala honoring several primary supporters and other leaders for their commitment and compassion. more
Governor Andrew Cuomo announced on Feb. 15 that the Aid and Incentives to Municipalities, AIM, Funding, would not be eliminated from the state budget. Approximately $60 million in revenues for towns … more
State Assemblywoman Taylor Raynor, a Democrat from Hempstead, and State Sen. John Brooks, a Democrat from Seaford, are co-sponsoring a bill to give the New York State National Guard Armory, on … more
In response to the posting of a photo of a man holding a semi-automatic rifle on an anonymously managed, politically focused Facebook page, Lynbrook’s deputy mayor and mayoral challenger, Hilary Becker, hosted a news conference last week at which he announced that he feared for his family’s safety. Mayor Alan Beach called Becker’s move a “political ploy.” more
Members of the Queens Classic Car Club visited Village Hall on Feb. 11 to donate $500 to the Valley Stream chapter of the Nassau County Police Activity League, a non-profit whose mission is to build … more
Since 2014, neighbors on Sylvan Place in Valley Stream have banded together each holiday season to raise funds for charities to honor the memory of two of their own. As part of their efforts, the … more
Stimulated by a required coding class in ninth grade, students at Midreshevet Shalhevet High School for Girls in North Woodmere have taken to the school’s science, technology, engineering and math, or STEM, program, enthusiastically diving into a field typically populated mostly by their male peers. more
An $8.776 million drainage improvement project for the Village of Lawrence is expected to have a shovel hitting dirt in the summer of 2020, according to Nassau County officials and the engineers from the firm LKMA. more
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