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County Republican and Democratic leaders picked their candidates who will vie for Tom Tom McKevitt’s 17th District Assembly Seat in the April special election. McKevitt left the Assembly after 12 years, to become a Nassau County Legislator. more
Young children often suck on pacifiers or their thumbs to soothe themselves. However, pacifier use and thumb-sucking can cause problems with the growth and development of the mouth, including the … more
Are energy drinks bad for your teeth? Many of our patients at Alina Bergan D.D.S ask us this question, so here’s the scoop.Energy drinks have been on the rise, taking up more and more space on … more
The average refund for individual income taxpayers who received one for the fiscal year ending in September 2016 topped $3,000, according to the IRS.1 If you expect to receive a refund on your 2017 … more
A deep roster and an outstanding performance in the preliminaries paved the way to victory for Long Beach in the Nassau boys’ swimming championships. more
After winning its first-ever conference championship a year ago, Seaford boys’ winter track and field had no intention of relinquishing the crown as it headed into the conference meet on Jan. 11 at St. Anthony’s High School. more
The Glen Cove Lady Big Red was bounced out of the Nassau Class A girls’ basketball playoffs on Feb. 14 by Division Avenue Dragons in a 75-47 home win for the Levittown natives. more
Bring on the Baymen. The Malverne boys’ basketball team and Conference ABC-champion Oyster Bay will battle it out for the Nassau County Class B title on Thursday after the Mules defeated Wheatley, 67-38, in the semifinals at Farmingdale State University on Sunday. more
East Meadow advanced to the quarterfinals of the Class AA girls’ basketball playoffs on the shoulders of a veteran and rising star. Senior Emily Shurina and sophomore Danielle Hippner each scored 19 points to lead the sixth-seeded Lady Jets to a 44-25 first-round win against No. 11 Plainview-JFK on Feb. 15. more
Lynbrook survived a nail-biter at home in the first round of the Nassau Class A boys’ basketball playoffs on Feb. 13, defeating North Shore, 41-40, in a game that certainly had a flair for the dramatic. more
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