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More than 600 runners turned out to celebrate the holiday and join in the 35th annual Bellmore Striders Independence Day 4-Mile Run on July 4. more
It was his first official weekend as the new pastor of Our Lady of Lourdes church in Malverne, and the Rev. Michael Duffy made it a point to address the congregation at every Mass celebrated on July 1 and 2. more
Daryl Altman and her husband, Robert Shepard, cared for thousands of honeybees in their backyard hive for over a year. But according to the couple, it was the Village of Lynbrook that stung them. more
When a bus scheduled to take more than 40 Lynbrook High School prom-goers to the North Ritz Club in Syosset never came on June 22, one father saved the day. more
After the Lynbrook Board of Education voted to grant an easement to New York American Water to extend a water main that has caused myriad issues for residents on dead end streets last month, relief has turned into frustration for some of the homeowners. more
Dozens of residents packed out Village Hall on June 19 as the Lynbrook Village board of trustees honored its Man and Woman of the Year — both of whom were met with raucous applause from those in the audience. more
“New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Ohio,” Rockville Centre’s Daniel Finnegan began, listing the states he and his walking companion have so far traversed on their journey across America. “Oh wait, sorry.” He started again. “New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Missouri, Kansas …” His voice trailed off before starting up again excitedly. “…Colorado is [our] 10th. Utah, Nevada and California [are left], so 13 total.” more
Kevin Brown, an Air Force veteran and dedicated member of the Rockville Centre Police Department, died on June 28 from cancer. He was 70. more
A filmmaker with Rockville Centre roots will debut his first feature film, “Groove,” which chronicles New York City subway musicians and the unique lives they lead, at the Long Island International Film Expo on Monday. more
The Army Corps of Engineers recently changed its work schedule at the request of the city, which led to the closure of a portion of one of the busiest beaches near the West End, with officials saying … more
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