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Tuesday, July 29, 2014
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The older adults participating in the Town of Hempstead’s Senior Writing Workshop presented their original works recently at the Merrick Theater and Center for the Arts. more
It played out like a scene from NBC’s “Seinfeld.” Jerry Seinfeld was sitting in a diner one afternoon, eating lunch, sipping coffee, chatting about quirky, mundane topics with a friend, offering deadpan observations. more
Michelle Hauser, 17, recalls driving through the Superstorm Sandy–ravaged sections of her hometown of Oceanside 19 months ago. She explained that she remembers asking her father why construction workers from California and Arkansas were repairing utility poles in the neighborhood, but he didn’t know the answer. more
With less than two weeks to go before a potentially crippling Long Island Rail Road strike, the Metropolitan Transportation Authority and eight LIRR unions were set to return to the bargaining table once again this week to discuss contract negotiations. The National Mediation Board, a three-member, quasi-governmental agency, scheduled a meeting between the MTA and union officials on Tuesday in Manhattan. more
To salute the veterans and active service personnel in honor of Independence Day, Hempstead Town will waive parks’ admission fees on the July 4th weekend for active military personnel and … more
Town of Hempstead Supervisor Kate Murray came to the Bellmore Long Island Rail Road station on Tuesday to call on the Metropolitan Transportation Authority to rethink a plan to bus train commuters … more
“If I could have turned the switch to just end my life, I would have done it, guaranteed,” said Casey C., a former heroin addict, at a Phoenix House-sponsored addiction seminar at the … more
There are six weeks remaining in the current LIRR contract deadline before railroad laborers may go on strike. According to officials from the Metropolitan Transportation Authority and the LIRR … more
As many South Shore residents continue to pick up the pieces 19 months after Superstorm Sandy, county officials announced a bipartisan agreement to approve $14.4 million in borrowing to re-establish its Clean and Seed program. more
Herald Community Newspapers took home six honors, including three first-place awards, in the Press Club of Long Island’s 2014 Media Awards contest. In addition, Senior Editor Scott Brinton was inducted into the first class of PCLI’s new Journalism Hall of Fame, honoring 25 of Long Island’s top reporters, broadcasters and editors for their contributions to the journalism profession. more
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