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Wintry Mix,35°
Wednesday, November 26, 2014
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There’s no busier group during the holiday season than the East Meadow Kiwanis Club. That was evidenced this weekend, when members spent Friday night at W.T. Clarke High School assembling gift baskets, which they hand-delivered Saturday morning to more than 100 needy families in the community. more
East Meadow High School feted a wealth of students who were inducted into the school’s chapter of the National Honor Society earlier this month. more
The East Meadow Kiwanis Club, with the assistance of its sponsored youth groups, collected food and monetary donations last weekend outside of two locations: Waldbaums, on the corner of Merrick Avenue and Front Street, and at Stop and Shop, on the corner of Newbridge Drive and Hempstead Turnpike. more
On the eve of Veterans Day, a bill was introduced in the County Legislature that would direct more county contracts to veterans and active-duty service members who own local businesses. more
On the eve of Veteran’s Day, Nassau County Community College officially opened the doors of the Veterans Resource Facility, its newest asset for members of the United States’ Armed Forces … more
“A Summer Evening Filled With Stars,” the latest mural drawn by Woodland Middle School art students, will be publicly unveiled on Nov. 13 at the Tilles Center in Brookville, during a performance by the Nassau Pops Symphony Orchestra. more
Before John Mallico joined the armed forces in 1945, he was a centerfielder in the New York Yankees organization. more
A company’s plans to build “Port Ambrose,” a liquefied natural gas terminal in the Atlantic Ocean 19 miles southeast of Jones Beach, have stalled for months in a federal review process, but that is likely to change next month. A U.S. Coast Guard official estimated that the government will release a Draft Environmental Impact Statement for Port Ambrose in December. more
Claire Michaels still vividly remembers the Great Kanto earthquake, which struck Japan in 1923, killing nearly 100,000 people. more
Herald Community Newspapers had a strong showing in the Local Media Association’s 2014 advertising and promotions contest. The Herald picked up four awards from among hundreds … more
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