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Saturday, May 30, 2015
Politics
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In what many are calling a positive sign that the Hurricane Sandy-shuttered Long Beach Cinemas will soon roll its projectors, the theater announced on Thursday that it was hiring new staff ahead of … more
Rumors have been circulating for the past two months that Malverne Mayor Patricia McDonald has been urged to run for higher office — Town of Hempstead supervisor, the town council or the Nassau County Legislature’s 6th District seat. McDonald, who has confirmed to the Herald that the rumors are true, has not said whether she would run for any of these positions, all of which are up for election in November. more
A federal judge will wait an extra two weeks to sentence Dave Denenberg, a former Nassau County legislator from Merrick, for defrauding a legal client of $2.3 million. His sentencing was scheduled for May 22, but the judge granted a requested delay until June 5. more
Do you hear that deafening plane noise? Probably not. more
City Council Vice President Fran Adelson, a Democrat, announced on Tuesday that she would not seek re-election this year, marking the beginning of a political season in which council President Len … more
The Long Island Working Families Party voted last week to issue an early endorsement for Long Beach City Councilman Anthony Eramo in his bid for re-election this November. It was the party’s first … more
Four incumbents and one newcomer are running for election to the Merricks’ school boards this year, and they are just about certain to win. All are running unopposed. more
The budget for next school year would sustain funding for the district’s functions and programs, according to Superintendent David Feller. more
The district would add one English as a new language teacher, who would rotate between Birch, Chatterton and Levy-Lakeside, and two special education teachers, who would work at Birch and Levy-Lakeside. more
Longtime Nassau County Legislator Francis X. Becker (R-Lynbrook) announced last week that he would not seek re-election in November, after having served for two decades. In December he will … more
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