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A fundraiser at ROK Health & Fitness in East Rockaway last weekend netted more than $8,000, which will help fund the fifth annual St Jude Walk/Run on Saturday at the Sunrise Mall in Massapequa. … more
A newly formed committee will look into activities at the Capri Lynbrook Motor Inn to determine whether its room rental license should be revoked, Mayor Bill Hendrick announced at a Sept. 12 village … more
Nassau County Legislator Laura Curran (D-Baldwin) held a press conference at the Theodore Roosevelt Nassau County Legislative & Executive Building in Mineola on Aug. 23 in hopes of putting an end to … more
A medical doctor with offices in Franklin Square pleaded guilty on Aug. 24 to conspiring to distribute oxycodone, a highly addictive painkiller, officials said. Noel Blackman, 68, of Valley … more
A Franklin Square restaurant will compete at the National Buffalo Wing Festival in the upstate city of that name on Saturday. Brews Brothers Grille owners Michael Weinberg and Brian Clermont will … more
A 71,000-square-foot building at 499 Ocean Ave. in East Rockaway, home to W.M. Berg Inc. since 1967, was demolished last week to make way for a new business. Safeguard Self Storage will take its … more
Nassau County Legislator Laura Curran (D-Baldwin) hosted a Substance Abuse Education Awareness Community Seminar at the Merrick Library on July 28. Curran, who had hosted two previous seminars with … more
Potential Belmont Park developer the Engel Burman Group has sponsored a radio advertisement, produced by a civic group in Elmont, that criticizes the plan for the vacant south lot of the racetrack … more
Nassau County is in talks to enter a two-year contract with a financial adviser to study a potential public-private partnership for the county’s sewage system, which some officials believe could help mitigate the burden of 10 years of sewage debts. more
Last week, the Town of Hempstead announced new legislation that prohibits gas stations from charging customers for compressed air to inflate their tires. The measure has prompted a potential lawsuit from one Long Island supplier, who says the service doesn’t “come out of thin air." more
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