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The small-house movement — where people choose to downsize their living space in homes 100- to 400- square-feet for reasons that are both environmental and financial — has become synonymous with … more
The students of John F. Kennedy and Sanford H. Calhoun high schools performed a fashion show and raised over $10,000 for charity on May 3. more
For many Americans, firearms are linked to the national concepts of self-reliance and individualism — after all, it was with guns that we shook off the yoke of British rule. Even with popular attitudes toward gun control changing, the place that guns hold in the country’s imagination still makes a serious public conversation about how to legislate them difficult, experts say. more
Hempstead Town Supervisor Laura Gillen recently released a five-year capital plan for the town, which she hopes will serve as “a roadmap for taking care of the town’s assets.” more
After a monthlong trial, a jury is expected this week to decide the fate of Michael Belfiore, a Merrick physician accused of writing hundreds of opioid prescriptions for profit and causing the deaths of two South Shore men. more
To address questions and concerns about the planned $176 million Western Nassau Transmission Project, PSEG Long Island held three information sessions last week — including one at the Lynbrook Public Library on May 10 — that were attended by dozens of residents. more
During most of his adult life, the late Keith Lane rarely left home without two things: a radio to stay connected to the Fire Department and his camera. more
Veterans from across Long Island and New York City sang along to performances of songs such as “Celebration” by Kool & The Gang, “Oh What a Night” by Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons and “Crocodile Rock” by Elton John at the Elks Lodge in Lynbrook last month. more
Dozens of baby clothes lined the banister of the staircase in Susan DeSena’s home. In her living room, there were boxes upon boxes of diapers, T-shirts, pajamas and other items. more
Residents gathered at the Lynbrook Public Library on April 24 to share their concerns about crime and quality of life issues in the community as part of the Lynbrook Neighborhood Watch’s spring meeting. more
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