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An examination of data available on the United States Census’s website revealed that Malverne’s population has been in a slow, steady decline since 1980, growing more diverse, but remaining primarily a white-populated neighborhood. more
Wantagh's girls' lacrosse program made history Wednesday night. The Lady Warriors stormed Adelphi's Motamed Field after capturing their first Nassau County championship over top-seeded Manhasset, 9-6. more
Two Bellmore charitable organizations are kicking off summer this week by hosting the always highly anticipated Nassau County Strawberry Festival. The event, which features myriad family-friendly … more
Dean Skelos is the fifth consecutive majority leader of the State Senate to be indicted. And Sheldon Silver isn’t the first speaker of the Assembly to be indicted. In the past decade, more than 30 sitting or former state officeholders . . . more
Following last year’s bitter loss in the Long Island Class A softball title game, Carey’s Lady Seahawks spent a little time licking their wounds, and then vowed to give it another shot in 2015. more
South Shore residents should be proud of the many fine elected officials who represent them on their village and school boards and in Mineola, Albany and Washington. But there have been notorious clunkers . . . more
Seafordite Judy Bongiovi has one foot in the past and the other foot in the future. As the new president of the Seaford Historical Society, she intends to expand upon the work of her predecessors as well as develop educational programs in the community. more
Seafordites honored its veterans and the men and women who lost their lives fighting for their country, at a moving ceremony in the front of the Seaford Middle School this past Monday, Memorial Day. more
Legislation sponsored by State Assemblyman Todd Kaminsky that would address critiques of standardized testing and alter both the exams themselves and how teachers utilize their results passed … more
The Long Beach Fire Department received a call at 9:31 a.m. Wednesday morning, reporting a high-pressure gas main leak on the 100 block of Bay Street in East Atlantic Beach. more
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