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City Hall and Kennedy Plaza could be relocated to the Stop & Shop property as part of a larger comprehensive development and economic revitalization plan that city officials said they hope to pass this year and implement over the next few decades. more
The first Long Beach Oyster Festival “Taste of the Sea” event is set to kick off on Oct. 22. The event will feature three different types of oysters and a clam bar at Jetty Bar & Grill from 1 … more
After hearing 14 hours of testimony on Oct. 13, the Hempstead Town Board of Zoning Appeals will determine the fate of a proposed cabaret in Wantagh. William Stephen Dean, better known as Billy … more
Hundreds of frustrated taxpayers filled the William L. Buck Elementary School on Wednesday night to demand that the Town of Hempstead Industrial Development Agency reverse a tax break issued to the Green Acres Mall. more
A number of Democrats and Republicans called on Nassau County Executive Ed Mangano and Oyster Bay Town Supervisor John Venditto to resign on Thursday following their arrests on federal corruption … more
The Long Beach Chamber of Commerce is set to kick off its annual Restaurant Week and Merchants Week events on Thursday and Friday, part of an initiative to attract shoppers and diners to town, … more
Nassau County police are seeking a driver who fled the scene of a crash on Monday morning at the intersection of Prospect Avenue and Hollywood Avenue near Valley Stream’s border with … more
The Eastern New York Youth Soccer Association, a local branch of a national soccer association, named two Valley Stream parents as dignitaries earlier this month for their services to the … more
Four years ago, Michael Tobias, a former Rockville Centre resident and Saint Agnes Cathedral School graduate, realized his lifelong dream of starting a mechanical engineering firm. In 2016, that … more
New York state was recently awarded a $3.2 billion settlement from Morgan Stanley after the firm’s scheme to market mortgage-backed securities contributed to the collapse of the housing market in 2008 and the ensuing recession. Ironically, the state is awarding millions of that settlement to local municipalities to clean up thousands of vacant and abandoned properties that have been dubbed “zombie homes,” many of which have been vacant since the housing crisis and Superstorm Sandy. more
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