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This year will mark the first time that a mother and son will lead Glen Cove’s St. Patrick’s Day Parade. Julie and Christopher Albin, lifelong Locust Valley residents, will be the grand marshals … more
By Nakeem Grant 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
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
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
When sounds hit longtime musician Vinny St. Marten’s eardrums, his brain turns them into colors and images. St. Marten was born with glaucoma, and lost his eyesight at age 7. That only enhanced his … more
Longtime photographer Heidi Hunt was just a college student working on her Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in general art and photography at SUNY New Paltz in 1992. She was developing her photos in the … more
Sea Cliff Mayor Edward Lieberman has lived in the village for 22 years. He’s a criminal defense attorney, with his office right on Sea Cliff Avenue. He’s been the mayor since last November. Now … more
The Oyster Bay Historical Society presented an exhibition on the history of the Hood AME Zion Church Congregation on Feb. 10 at the Angela Koening Center. Known as the oldest continuously practicing … more
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