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Several local roadways will be closed this weekend for the Long Island Marathon, which is expected to attract thousands of athletes and spectators to the region. For more than 40 years, Long Islanders … more
East Meadowites flocked to a Fire Department stationhouse last week to ask Nassau County Police Department leaders about crime trends in their community at a public safety forum and prescription drug … more
An East Meadow synagogue’s theater group is inviting the entire community to enjoy their production of a classic tale: “Mary Poppins.” The Temple Emanu-El Players will present the play, … more
According to information received from the Nassau County Police Department, nearly three-quarters of a million dollars has been sliced out of the county’s budget for school crossing guards since 2010. more
A half-dozen Nassau County environmental and civic activists, most from Merrick, came to Bethpage Community Park on April 21 –– the day before Earth Day –– to call on the state to accelerate efforts to clean up a massive chemical plume that has crept for more than seven decades from Bethpage toward South Oyster Bay. more
Hundreds of sneaker-wearing community members gathered at W.T. Clarke High School in Salisbury on Saturday, ready to run with East Meadow School District students and their neighbors for a … more
The Central Nassau Athletic Association opened the spring baseball and softball season with its annual parade on Saturday, April 16. Ballplayers, parents and community members marched down Carman … more
After the East Meadow Board of Education adopted the district’s 2016-17 budget on March 31, trustees and school administrators shared the details of the $195.79 million plan — which calls for a … more
Dylan Hockley was 6 years old when he was murdered in his first-grade classroom at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn., on Dec. 14, 2012. When his mother, Nicole, thinks about what the … more
By Mary Malloy mmalloy@liherald.com Assemblyman Brian Curran (Lynbrook, 21st A.D.) hosted an inaugural Run for Heroes 5k race to benefit local veterans last Sunday, starting and finishing at … more
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