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The Long Beach Public Library’s Board of Trustees approved a measure on Oct. 29 to open a new West End branch at 901 W. Beech St. The decision came after two years of discussion, and three … more
The last issue of the Franklin Square Elmont Herald went to press before we could report on our local Veterans Day ceremonies. The Franklin Square VFW Post 2718 Veterans Day ceremony held at Rath Park, and the Elmont Post 1033 held their parade down Hempstead Turnpike to Veterans Square where a solemn ceremony was held. more
Sharon Lavelle, a 50-year resident of Mitchell Street in Bellmore, said she was in her basement when 5 ½ feet of water gushed in from the pond. “I nearly got sucked down my sump pump,” Lavelle said. “I nearly drowned in my basement.” more
There’s good news — potentially — for residents of Riveria Court, Sheldon Place, and Malverne and Nassau Avenues: Clean water should soon be on the way, hopefully before winter sets in. more
You might not know it, but two best friends who grew up in “The Gateway to Jones Beach” have used their upbringings in Wantagh to influence many sci-fi movies that they have written that have been on networks such as Lifetime, ABC Family and SYFY. They take pride in writing movies that combine humor with positive life lessons. more
Participants from across the tri-state area took their marks at the 10th Annual Fly with the Owls 4-Mile Run/Walk held on Nov. 15. The event was held at … more
Many works of art were up for bid when the Lynbrook Chamber of Commerce and Lynbrook PTA presented their Annual Art Auction on Thurs., Nov. 6 at St. Mary’s Maris Stella Council Knights of … more
Make plans to Shop Local Lynbrook on Small Business Saturday, Nov. 29! Enjoy a jam-packed day of family fun and shopping like none other! Begin your day at 8:30 a.m with a Santa’s arrival on … more
On a cold and wet Monday morning, the campus of Hofstra University was bustling as students arrived for their classes. Many of them, however, were not young people preparing for a career, but … more
Cliff Miller may be a world-class artist, but he is still a hometown boy whose roots are firmly planted in Seaford. more
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