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When Nassau County announced in March that $15 million would be allotted to refurbish six parks, North Woodmere Park wasn’t on the list, despite the opinions of many that the park is in desperate need of renovations. more
The Holocaust is part of Syd Mandelbaum’s DNA. He was conceived in the Landsberg displaced-persons camp near Munich, where his parents, Joseph and Lena Mandelbaum, spent five years after World War II before they came to the United States. more
Former Hewlett Boy Scout Troop 115 Scoutmaster and Valley Stream resident Michael J. O’Hara was named as one of the roughly 200 people in New York and New Jersey who were identified as sexually abusing kids in the so-called “perversion files,” that were released on April 23 by Jeff Anderson & Associates, a Manhattan-based law firm. more
When the Hewlett baseball team lost a lead in the top of the seventh inning April 18, to find itself trailing Conference A3 rival Glen Cove by a run in the bottom of the frame, Bulldogs coach Andy DeBernardo witnessed his club’s character crystalize in the high-leverage moment. more
On the grounds of the 72-acre A. Holly Patterson Extended Care Facility in Uniondale is a small, white-tiled warehouse, with a handful of garage bays, operated by the nonprofit food-recovery … more
Q. In your last column you referred to walls that weren’t nailed together correctly, but I didn’t understand what was supposed to be done to avoid cracks in the walls. Is there a particular way that it’s done . . . more
In the modern world we live in, in the richest country in the world and in one of the wealthiest areas of that country, you’d think that Nassau County’s expectant and new mothers, along with their babies, would get the best care in the world. You’d be wrong. more
That would be Michael Avenatti Syndrome. From the torrent of allegations and indictments that flowed from the White House in the early days of the Trump presidency, out stepped Michael Avenatti. more
There’s a growing immigration crisis at our southern border with Mexico that threatens to overwhelm the U.S. Every month, 100,000 immigrants show up at the border. more
Nassau County’s most famous Republican, President Theodore Roosevelt, dedicated much of his life to preserving nature. During his time in the White House, the Oyster Bay resident . . . more
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