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The chairman of the Nassau County Democratic Committee is charging that the one-time law firm of former State Senate candidate Dave Denenberg “conspired” with Republican leaders to delay filing of a lawsuit against him until the deadline to nominate a different candidate had passed. more
Sept. 21 was the 76th anniversary of the infamous Long Island Express of 1938, a massive Category 3 hurricane that slammed into the Island, New Jersey and much of New England with rare ferocity, killing 800 people and causing $308 million in damage (the equivalent of $4.8 billion today), including the destruction of 57,000 homes. more
At 1 a.m. on Sept. 25, an unidentified young woman struck a utility pole at the intersection of Kilmer and Park lanes in North Woodmere, which led to 94 customers being without power, said PSEG Long island spokeswoman Elizabeth Flagler. more
A state judge has put Nassau County Legislator Dave Denenberg on a daily-living, expenses-only budget, at least until a Sept. 29 court hearing on his former law firm’s application to block Denenberg from selling or transferring financial assets. more
Arrests NORTH WOODMERE-On Sept. 13 at 3:40 p.m. at a department story on Rockaway Boulevard, Jamuni Ramracha, 60, of the Bronx, was arrested for shoplifting, authorities said. more
Remember screaming to your friends “race ya to the …” or “last one there is a …”? Today we might think about those great years growing up in our neighborhood as we run our streets for pleasure, exercise and occasionally for friendly competition. more
Rides and activities, health screenings, an ice bucket challenge and the unveiling of a new logo highlighted the Back-to-School Community Health Fair hosted by St. John’s Episcopal Hospital on its Far Rockaway campus on Sept. 14. more
Lawrence Yacht & Country Club members hosted several members of the Wounded Warrior Project for a day of golf, tennis and fishing at the village owned and operated facility in Lawrence on Sept. 21. more
The new school year at Lawrence Woodmere Academy (LWA) brought on many different people, classes and clubs. This was particularly scary for me since I am a creature of habit. I’ve always liked things to remain the same even if the change was for the better. more
Born in Great Neck and educated in that district’s public schools, Roger Tilles has an indelible memory of the last time he was in a school building in the Lawrence School District which he visited on Sept. 19. more
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