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A team of six Herald editors and reporters –– Scott Brinton, Jeff Bessen, Alex Costello, Mary Malloy, Anthony Rifilato and Alexandra Spychalsky –– have taken second place for Community … more
Central Nassau Little League hosted its annual parade last Saturday to kick off the season, as hundreds of Little Leaguers, coaches and parents marched from the intersection of Lake Lane and Carman Avenue in Salisbury to the ball fields on Salisbury Park Drive. more
Cipriano Nursery on Front Street in East Meadow hosted its annual Easter Egg hunt last Saturday ahead of Easter, which falls on April 20. more
Dozens of local residents gathered in the East Meadow Public Library on April 9 to discuss a wide array of crime, safety and quality of life issues plaguing the East Meadow and Salisbury communities in recent months. more
Josh Friedman’s favorite part of Run With the Rams is standing on the finish line of the 1-mile fun run and seeing the happy expressions on children’s faces when they complete the race. more
Every year, the Long Island Division of the March of Dimes selects what they call a local ambassador family for their March for Babies in East Meadow and Central Islip. These families were confronted … more
Nassau County veterans who thought they would see their school taxes reduced in 2014-15 have another think coming. Though dozens of school boards around the county voted in recent weeks to ease veterans’ tax burdens, the county’s Department of Assessment has postponed enactment of the tax breaks until 2015-16. more
The East Meadow Chamber of Commerce will host an inaugural fundraiser at Eisenhower Park next month to encourage reading and exercise among local community members while benefiting an educational program hosted by the Nassau University Medical Center. more
The East Meadow Fire Department installed Robert Salvesen Jr. as its 65th chief of department last Saturday, in a formal ceremony at department headquarters on East Meadow Avenue. more
Nearly 10 years ago, Susanne Giuliani wrote her first manuscript, a children’s story about a mouse named Musky living in New York City. Unsure what to do next, she gave it to her daughter, Kristin, a fourth-grade teacher in the Oceanside School District, who read the manuscript to her students. A hit among the kids, the children divided the pages amongst themselves, and drew illustrations as a homework assignment. more
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