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The Rockville Centre Public Library has proposed a budget for 2016-17 that barely increases spending over the current plan thanks to cost-saving measures and across-the-board trimming. For the … more
The East Rockaway Village Board voted to approve next year’s proposed $9.45 million budget on April 25, which will add approximately $90 to the average annual property tax bill. The primary … more
Brokers agree that the Rockville Centre real estate market is booming, with lots of people wanting to buy homes in the village. “It is good — houses are moving,” said Carol O’Leary, … more
The county comptroller released an audit last week stating that the Nassau County Police Department exceeded its overtime budget by $96.2 million over a six-year period due to systemic under-budgeting, overly optimistic savings projections and slipshod record-keeping. more
Five candidates are running for a seats on the Lynbrook Board of Education. Three of those candidates are challenging two incumbents who hope to keep their positions on the board. Voting is on Tues., May 17 from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. more
On Saturday, April 30, members and artists from the Village Art Club of Rockville Centre gathered at the Rockville Centre Public Library for a meeting and reception to celebrate the conclusion of the … more
Bringing to an end a six-week-long squabble involving a business owner, neighboring residents and the Lynbrook village administration, the applicant for a proposed gun range and spa to replace Cutler’s Lighting, at 817 Sunrise Highway, withdrew the application late last week, days ahead of a public hearing at which the business’s fate would have been decided. more
The Seaford American Legion honored four teachers at its annual awards night for their dedication to the students of the district. more
Ever since St. Demetrios Greek Orthodox Church moved from Freeport to Hewlett Avenue in Merrick in 1982, parishioners there have dreamed of constructing a community center where they could hold Greek language, culture and religious classes, said the Rev. Nikiforos Fakinos, St. Demetrios’s pastor. more
While New York City is expanding access to universal pre-kindergarten, that is not necessarily the case on Long Island, where districts are just getting back state aid that had been lost in recent years, and must develop budgets within the tax cap. more
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