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Nassau County elected officials expressed disappointment after Amazon announced Feb. 14 that it would drop its plan to open a second headquarters in Long Island City, Queens. The tech giant’s … more
The Hempstead Town Board voted on Feb. 5 to table the hiring of an outside consultant to audit the Town Building Department. The roughly $155,000 measure was intended to offer recommendations on how … more
On Jan. 30, state lawmakers approved the first new gun control laws since the Secure Ammunition and Firearms Enforcement Act passed in 2013. Gun control advocates cheered the further tightening … more
Students at West Hempstead Union Free School District’s Cornwell Avenue School and Chestnut Street School have combined their excitement for the Super Bowl and aiding the community as they took … more
An employee at the AT&T store on Bellmore Avenue was attacked, bound and pistol-whipped by a thief, who made off with more than thousands of dollars worth of electronics on Jan. 30. more
Herald Community Newspapers seeks an entry-level journalist to report for one of our newspapers covering Long Island’s South Shore. Recent graduates and reporters in their first year or two in the … more
Vincent J. Gabriele, of North Merrick, was a delegator. Whatever organization he joined, or cause he threw his weight behind, he insisted on taking charge — and the results spoke for themselves, according to his son Michael. more
Herald Community Newspapers is seeking 2019 spring and summer interns for our 18 community-based publications that stretch across Nassau County’s South Shore, from Valley Stream to Seaford, and … more
Jonathan Mashal, of Merrick, has been fascinated by life on the ocean floor since he was 4. “Just the fact that the marine world is so different from ours,” he said, “is something I’ve always had an interest in.” more
Jake Levine, of Bellmore, has a love of science that he aims squarely at some of the problems humanity faces. The John F. Kennedy High School senior was recently named a Regeneron Talent Search Scholar. That puts Levine in the top tier of young scientists nationwide, and means he may be one of 40 students to compete in Washington, D.C., this spring. more
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