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Normally talkative and cheerful, Bellmorite Margaret Pearsall suddenly turned quiet and sorrowful. “Don’t start,” she said. “Don’t bring that up. It’s very sad. … more
Hundreds of elite swimmers from across the country visited East Meadow earlier this month, as the United States Synchronized Swimming Junior Olympics Championship was held at the Nassau County … more
Dozens of Long Islanders gathered at Eisenhower Park in East Meadow on July 9 to march in the first Black Lives Matter rally in central Nassau County. The march was organized by a group of Long Island youth following the recent killings of two African-American men by police in Baton Rouge, La., and Falcon Heights, Minn. more
My grandmother, Lucille Fisher Lowenstein, who died on July 15, was born on March 19, 1921, in Brooklyn to Sue and Louis A. Greenberg. My grandmother attended New York University and a summer semester at Cornell University, where she met the love of her life, Hamilton Fisher. more
Lawrence homeowners Seth and Rivka Fortgang claim that Cedarhurst residents Ari and Daniella Schwartz are building an exact replica of their Auerbach Lane house from copyrighted design plans, according to a lawsuit filed in federal court. more
Twenty years ago last Sunday, July 17, TWA Flight 800 lifted off from John F. Kennedy International Airport on its way to Paris, but about 12 minutes from its take-off point, something went terribly wrong and the Boeing 747 airplane exploded over the Atlantic Ocean near East Moriches. All 230 passengers and crew died. more
Rockville Centre gave an Olympic-sized sendoff to Crystal Dunn, who earned a spot on the U.S. women’s soccer team that will compete in the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro. More than 1,000 … more
Fears of another terrorist attack are running high after a series of ruthless strikes in Western Europe and the United States over the past year, perpetrated with semiautomatic rifles and suicide vests. The gravest threat to humanity, however, remains nuclear arms, according to Holocaust survivor Bernard Otterman, 79, formerly of Merrick. It has been so since World War II, he noted. more
About a dozen people blocked Huntley Road on July 16, adjacent to the south parking lot of Belmont Park, to protest a proposal by the New York Cosmos to build a new soccer stadium at the … more
Thirty-one people, including suspects from West Hempstead, Valley Stream and Elmont, were indicted on July 14 in one of Nassau County’s largest drug busts in history, according to District Attorney Madeline Singas. more
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