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Louise Beeks had a mouth full of broken teeth. Every bite of food and each spoken word was painful for the 86-year-old Freeport woman, who in recent years has eaten only soup and purees. She was a … more
 Three candidates for City Council who received the Long Beach Democratic Committee’s nomination at the county’s convention last month blasted party leader Jay Jacobs at a news conference on … more
Hurricane Sandy victims who were required to raise their homes by Sept. 1 under the New York Rising program can breathe a sigh of relief — for now. The Governor’s Office of Storm Recovery, … more
Jose Napolean Cruz Maltez, 39, of Valley Stream, and his company, L&J Stucco was arraigned on June 14 on charges of criminal mischief, prohibited disposal of solid waste, construction and demolition debris processing facilities and putting unwholesome substances on or near a highway. more
The Long Beach City Council has endorsed Nassau County Legislator Laura Curran (D-Baldwin) in her bid for county executive, saying that she would root out corruption and fix the county’s finances. … more
State Assemblyman Charles Lavine, a Democrat from Glen Cove, recently proposed legislation that would allow ride-sharing companies such as Uber and Lyft to set up shop in Nassau County, over the … more
Retiring East Rockaway Junior-Senior High School Athletic Director Dom Vulpis’s positive influence on students will stay with many of them long after they graduate. Alumnus Dominic Carre credits Vulpis — his junior varsity baseball coach — for the career path he chose and job he loves. more
It was an evening full of honors and reflection at the East Rockaway Board of Education meeting on June 11, where the district’s retirees were recognized along with the Class of 2017 valedictorian, salutatorian and the district’s scholar student athletes. more
“I am promoter of the neighborhood business,” said Town of Hempstead Clerk Nasrin Ahmad to a room filled with about two-dozen people at a Chamber of Commerce event. “The personal touch. That hamburger that you will get which a family-owned restaurant is making is not going to be the same as these chain stores.” more
“We love Lynbrook, we hate the water though,” Mike Viglielta, who lives at the end of Abrams Street, told the Lynbrook Board of Education on June 14, minutes before the board was set to vote on a resolution to grant New York American Water an easement to replace a water main in the area. The resolution was unanimously approved. more
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