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A Merrick man was one of three charged in federal court on Wednesday in connection with a scheme to defraud seniors out of millions in fees to collect non-existent cash prizes. more
Local residents had just enough bark to push for change at the Bay Park Dog Park. more
Nassau Republican legislators have asked County Executive Laura Curran to reopen the 8th police precinct, which covers North Wantagh, and the 6th precinct in Manhasset. more
Late former U.S. Marine Corps veteran Salvatore D. Fiorentino was inducted into the Walls of Honor at Eisenhower Park in East Meadow in a special ceremony on June 23. The event paid tribute to his service and dedication to his country. more
Phillip F. Stenger, a longtime member of the Wantagh Fire Department died on June 15 at the age of 89. more
New legislation aimed at further reducing the sales of vaping and other tobacco products, was passed unanimously by the full Nassau County Legislature on Monday, July 9. more
Last month, six wrestlers from Lynbrook High School’s class of 2018 were honored at the annual Beckers Brothers awards, a ceremony that is a tradition dating back 60 years. more
Wantagh’s annual Fourth of July parade brought out hundreds of flag-waving Wantagh residents who lined the route from Park Avenue to Wantagh Elementary School. more
Elizabeth Johnson had an upbringing filled with hardships, but she is college-bound with the help of the Frank J. Becker Education Foundation Scholarship. more
As the sun beat down on the fifth hole at the Seawane Club in Hewlett Harbor on Monday, Lynbrook Mayor Alan Beach prepared to tee off. One of the onlookers speculated about where Beach’s shot would land. “It’s not gonna go in, I’ll tell you that much,” Beach yelled with a laugh before driving the ball. more
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