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On a recent Friday at 2:30 p.m., a Harley Davidson rumbled up Freeport’s famed Nautical Mile, a.k.a. Woodcleft Avenue, followed soon after by a very expensive, very red Italian sports car, revving its engine. Couples strolled up and down the street in search of the perfect bar or restaurant to spend an 85-degree evening. Already the outdoor eateries, with their umbrella-shaded tables, had begun to fill up. more
It was the Long Island Class III championship — the biggest football stage of Paul Magloire Jr.’s life. Even then, the high school senior showed the type of grit, determination and smarts that eventually led him to a shot at an NFL career. more
Kerry Boring became an advocate for teaching CPR and training people how to use automated external defibrillators after her father died in Blessed Sacrament Church in Valley Steam in 2015. She and volunteer Tom Avallone held a CPR training session at the church on May 9 for members of the Knights of Columbus. more
Five members of Boys Scouts Troop 336 were recognized as Eagle Scouts in a special Court of Honor ceremony at the Lynbrook Public Library on May 17. About 100 people filed into the atria at the library to watch the boys receive the honor. more
About 150 residents and elected officials came out on April 29th as the Habana Hut Station cigar store celebrated its grand opening in Lynbrook. more
At the annual meeting of the Fourth Battalion Fire District, which encompasses the East Rockaway, Lakeview, Lynbrook, Malverne, and Rockville Centre fire departments, the newly elected officers and delegates for the coming year were sworn in. more
New York Elks Lodge No. 1 in Lynbrook hosted its annual Police Officers of the Year ceremony on May 17, and an officer from the Lynbrook Police Department was honored along with a fourth precinct policeman who patrols East Rockaway. more
For four years, Lisa Santisteban taught high school English at Andries Hudde Junior High School and Mott Hall Bridges Academy in Brooklyn. But after attending a kickboxing cardio class in 2012, Santisteban discovered her true passion: Mixed martial arts fighting. more
Hurricane Sandy proved, beyond a reasonable doubt, what many experts had long predicted: Long Island’s South Shore could flood in a big storm. But what of the future? Could it flood again? How badly? To answer such questions, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has partnered with the state Department of Environmental Conservation and Nassau County to conduct a risk management study of the South Shore’s back bays. more
Fox 5 anchor Ernie Anastos, author Joan Bauer and film, TV and literary luminaries were on hand last week when Malverne Mayor Patti Ann McDonald received the Christopher Leadership Award. more
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