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The Lawrence-Cedarhurst American Legion Post #339 honored local veterans at the Lawrence Village Country Club on Sunday, marking the 62nd anniversary of the D-Day invasion of Normandy. Former … more
When Gayle Kirschenbaum was growing up in North Woodmere after her family moved from Bayside when she was 5, her mother Mildred, unmercifully chided her daughter for having a big nose and a less-than-stunning appearance. more
Being educated about the complex issues surrounding the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and able to articulate a defense of Israel were the major points of a panel discussion that included questions from the audience about the rise of anti-Semitism on North American college campuses on April 13. 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
Over the last few years, misfortune has piled on the Tamburino family like the meat on the famously overstuffed sandwiches they’ve been serving up at their Cedarhurst delicatessen since 1978. more
On April 19, voters in the 9th Senate District will decide who will replace Sen. Dean Skelos, the disgraced majority leader, and, potentially, which party will control the State Senate. As readers have no doubt noticed . . . more
inda Levy exclaimed, “I haven’t seen these since I was a kid!” after the Levittown resident held up a can of Mandelin almonds) as she picked out Passover food last Thursday at the Rina Shkolnik kosher food pantry in Woodmere. more
Nearly 10,000 people packed into Stage 3 at Grumman Studios in Bethpage on Wednesday night to hear Republican presidential hopeful Donald Trump. The real estate mogul began a raucous speech by … more
Donald Trump’s supporters steadily streamed into Grumman Studios on the afternoon of April 6 until more than 10,000 of them filled the venue, where war planes were once built. As they did, they walked past roughly 200 protesters who had gathered in what Nassau County police were calling a “free-speech zone,” a comparatively small, rectangular area cordoned off with aluminum barricades. more
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