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Warring neighbors might bring to mind ancient feuds like the Hatfields and the McCoys. Although not quite as infamous, the disagreement between the City of Glen Cove and the Village of Sea Cliff … more
By Nakeem Grant ngrant@liherald.com At 91, Glen Cove resident Fred Mueller has not let his age stop him from doing what he loves — telling jokes. Mueller, who has been a comedian for 12 … more
“I’m gonna live this life with all my might/Make the most of everyday,” sings Roger Street Friedman on “Everyday,” the first single from his second album, “Shoot the Moon,” which was … more
Rolling right along with its agenda to reform education in New York, the State Education Department (NYSED) has adopted new science learning standards. The purpose, according to the department, is to … more
Village of Rockville Centre police officer Anthony Federico left the Nassau County Courthouse in Mineola on March 8 silently as a crush of press surrounded him. His attorney, William Petrillo, … more
County, town, and village officials are continuing to urge people to stay home Tuesday as a messy nor'easter continues to sweep across the North Shore. But instead of the projected 17 to 25 inches of … more
All of Long Island is now under a Blizzard Watch from late Monday, March 13, into Wednesday, March 15. Forecasters at the National Weather Service are predicting 12 to 18 inches of snow and high … more
All of Long Island is now under a Blizzard Watch from late Monday, March 13, into Wednesday, March 15. more
A minivan crossing the railroad tracks while the gates were down on Franklin Avenue in Malverne was hit by a train departing the village station at 7 a.m. on March 13. more
County and town officials continued to urge people to stay home Tuesday when a messy nor'easter swept across the South Shore early in the morning, bringing with it a mix of snow, sleet and rain. more
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