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Rick Evrard’s enduring childhood memories of Mike Francesa are the outside jump shots the future radio star repeatedly hit on basketball courts at Nevada and Brookline avenues. Now a Kansas … more
The city was dealt another blow last week when a state appellate court rejected its request to reargue an appeal in its fight against a potentially crippling $50 million lawsuit a developer first … more
City workers installed on Monday the first of a series of cameras that will be added to Long Beach’s Long Island Rail Road station to enhance security. About 20 cameras will be installed, City … more
“He had a certain way with people, and in that sense, it was never a surprise that he created a social personality that was larger than life,” said Oskar Ahr, 23, brother of Gustav Ahr, known as … more
About 20 volunteers at the Martin Luther King center served and delivered food and other items to those in need on a bustling Tuesday afternoon — just hours before a large Thanksgiving gathering at … more
Turkey, stuffing, gravy, sweet potatoes and desserts all smell much better than smoke. Our homes will soon be filled with these aromas, but statistics show that our homes may be filled with smoke … more
After two years of petitioning the Nassau County Police Department, East Rockaway resident Dan Caracciolo’s efforts finally paid off on Nov. 8, when the department approved a crossing guard … more
New York’s secretary of state, Rossana Rosado, recently announced that $668,385 in grants have been awarded to fund 16 projects for Long Island municipalities to help preserve the South Shore Estuary Reserve. more
As she stood in her house on Prospect Avenue, Lynn Mulato said she was shocked to learn that as a homeowner paying already high taxes in East Rockaway for 28 years, she might now pay even more because of new federal tax legislation. more
“Once we got to the Inn at New Hyde Park and the polls were closed and the numbers were coming in, my calmness fell away a little bit because this is the moment of truth,” recalled Laura Gillen, the Town of Hempstead’s first Democratic supervisor-elect in more than a century. more
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