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What was described as an “heated argument” by police escalated to a physical altercation as Anthony Moscati, 35, of Alice Court, East Rockaway, was arrested for attempted murder in an incident that occurred on Dec. 17 at 12:30 a.m. in Hewlett. more
Police are reporting that Jazmin Moran, 15, of Inwood, was is missing. Moran was last seen on Pearl Street in Inwood at 3:30 p.m. on Dec. 15. more
A Nassau County justice on Monday adjourned Nassau County Legislator Carrié Solages’ domestic abuse case until Jan. 11. At the hearing, attorneys for Solages’s ex-girlfriend, Marie Angeline … more
Pam Liebowitz, from Hewlett, a newly licensed real estate salesperson, has joined Coach Realtors in Hewlett. In the past 10 years, Liebowitz has worked as a recruiter for several top firms in Manhattan and aims to transfer her skills to real estate. more
St. John’s Episcopal Hospital in Far Rockaway hosted its annual Christmas tree lighting ceremony and nativity blessing on Nov. 30. Elder Rashn Staley, assistant pastor at the Refuge Church of Christ located on Mott Avenue led attendees in prayer before the tree was lit. more
Beneath a calm exterior, it is hectic at the Pampered Professional. The company began as a corporate concierge service, but has grown and is now up to their neck in all manner of gift baskets as the holidays approach. more
You’ll see more Chromebooks, laptops that run Google’s own operating system, than notebooks when you look around Kristina Gallagher’s Tech Design class. more
Seeing the potential development of the Woodmere Club as severely impacting their quality of life — likely to exacerbate existing problems of densely trafficked roads and overburdened resources — several Five Towns residents established the Five Towns Civic Association two years ago. more
Woodmere resident Charles Miller was among a group of people working on a project to upgrade the Mount of Olives Cemetery — the oldest burial ground in Jerusalem — that happened to have scheduled meetings with Israeli officials, including Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and the mayor of Jerusalem, Nir Barkat, while history was unfolding. more
There were two contested elections for fire commissioner, out of seven local districts holding elections, in both contests the challenger unseated the incumbent. Frank Parise, a former commissioner and department chief defeated Mark Rolon, who was running for his third five-year term. The final tally was 139 votes for Parise and 97 for Rolon. more
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