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Sitting in an English class at St. John’s University in 2007, John Mikulin, of Levittown, faced something of a watershed moment when he received a text alert from the college’s office of public safety that there was a gunman on campus. more
After more than three decades, the Empress Diner, in East Meadow, has new owners. The business’s Facebook page announced in a post on May 2 that its current owners were “moving on.” Soon afterward, dozens of patrons responded, bidding farewell and sharing their memories of the establishment. more
Residents approved the East Meadow School District and library budgets after a May 15 vote tallied 2,317 in favor and 699 against. The Board of Education will be getting a new addition and voters also came out in favor of the budget’s propositions Two and Three. more
The Grindhouse Radio is a contender in SCORE’s American Small Business Championship. The multimedia platform is the only New York winner to earn the honor, which included a weekend of networking and training in Reno, Nevada from April 23 through 26. The contest continues, however, and in September three winners will be announced, each receiving $15,000 to help expand their business. more
Animals roam through a sun-streaked African landscape in “Party Safari,” the May art exhibit created by the members of the AHRC Nassau’s East Meadow location. more
Ryann Leonard recalled traveling through France as an 8-year old with her family and, a decade later, connecting the nostalgia of the experience with her first taste of wine. Leonard grew up surrounded by family, farm fresh food and quality wine, which she said inspired her to start her first business. more
For Rena Riccardi, the “adventure,” as her husband, Kenneth, ironically calls it, began in August 2016, with a visit to an orthopedist to check on her weak arm and hand movement. The … more
The streets of Nassau County’s Hub were filled with thousands of runners who competed in the Long Island Marathon or one of four shorter races last Sunday, with numbers affixed to their chests. One runner, Nestor Barrezueta, 83, of East Meadow, taped another sheet of paper to his running clothes, with the message, “Beat Parkinson’s. Walk! Walk!” more
In South Nassau Communities Hospital’s geriatrics wing on a recent Friday, the nurses’ station in the center of the ward was a swirl of activity at midday.Registered nurse Kathryn … more
Police arrested an East Meadow man who robbed two banks at gunpoint since February, officials said. Benjamin Maynard, 32, allegedly brought a black handgun into the Bethpage Federal Credit Union … more
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