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The Oceanside Sanitation District No. 7’s Board of Commissioners voted at its meeting on Dec. 6 to terminate General Su-pervisor Dan Faust and Treasurer Douglas Hernandez, citing “scandalous conduct.” more
With many residents voicing concern that information was not readily available about a recently rejected proposal to construct an apartment complex and parking garage in downtown Lynbrook, Mayor Alan Beach has formed a committee to address the issue. more
Nassau County Executive Laura Curran said she does not see many communities supporting the recreational use of marijuana, which Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced on Dec. 17 he would seek to legalize and … more
Lynbrook Deputy Mayor Hilary Becker announced at a news conference on Jan. 2 that he will challenge Mayor Alan Beach in the village election on March 19, citing his family’s history of public service. more
“This year, Kate would be 21. She should be going into her senior of college,” said Jennifer Flynn, mother of Kate Flynn, a 7-year-old flower girl who was killed by a drunk driver on the … more
By Bridget Downes bdownes@liherald.com With a box of doughnuts on the table for everyone to share, home improvement volunteers roamed in and out of West End resident Liz Treston’s newly … more
A Long Beach couple was arrested Sunday following an alleged assault on a New York State trooper on the Southern State Parkway. According to state police, the incident occurred during a traffic … more
A bond between a young girl and her newfound furry best friend has won Posh Pets Rescue, a nonprofit organization that runs the Long Beach animal shelter, a $5,000 grant. Nassau County resident … more
Four members of Congress, including Seaford Republican Peter King, have sent a letter to the U.S. Department of Justice asking for an investigation into the New York State agency tasked with ensuring the safety of the state’s most vulnerable citizens. more
The Lynbrook School District is set to begin upgrading its security infrastructure. Funding for the project comes more than four years after New York voters approved a $2 billion Smart Schools Bond Act to improve educational technology and security in school districts across the state. more
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