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The snow brings "Peace" [Photo gallery]
Tina Torres, Valley Stream, enjoyed making this colorful Peace symbol in the snow. Photo taken by her husband, Jose Torres. more
The Oceanside Chamber of Commerce held its annual installation dinner dance at Kombert Caterers at Temple Avodah in Oceanside on Feb. 20, formally installing its new board members and recognizing … more
Anthony Carreras, a senior at Valley Stream South High School, recently signed his letter of intent to play soccer next fall at Division 1 Marist College on an athletic scholarship more
Hon. Anthony Marano, administrative judge of Nassau County, has been chosen by the Criminal Courts Bar Association of Nassau County to receive the 2010 Norman F. Lent Memorial Award. more
A blanket of white [Photo gallery]
Oceanside and Island Park residents dug their way out of a mid-week snowstorm that dumped more than a foot of snow on some areas. Oceanside and Island Park schools closely monitored the weather … more
Thursday was dig-out day throughout the South Shore after a near-blizzard smacked the area from late Tuesday through early Thursday morning. Almost a foot and a half of heavy, wet snow pressed down on roofs, cars, streets and parks, closing schools for most students and bringing shoveling chores to most adults. Nassau County Police Commissioner Lawrence W. Mulvey has announced that for the thirty one hour period from 12:01 a.m. Feb. 10, through 7 a.m. Feb. 11, there were 190 auto accidents in the Nassau County. Of those, 34 resulted in injuries. more
It’s a strange feeling to have to report on major disasters — how do you keep your personal feelings out of it? more
A fire ripped through a home on Tennessee Avenue in Long Beach on Friday afternoon, injuring one resident. Scott Kemins, commissioner of the Long Beach Fire Department, said that the home, at 89 … more
The Rhame Avenue Elementary School Class of 1963 was a post World War II melting pot, and many were first-generation Americans. Most of our parents had moved to East Rockaway from Brooklyn and other city boroughs after the war. more
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