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According to information received from the Nassau County Police Department, nearly three-quarters of a million dollars has been sliced out of the county’s budget for school crossing guards since 2010. more
A half-dozen Nassau County environmental and civic activists, most from Merrick, came to Bethpage Community Park on April 21 –– the day before Earth Day –– to call on the state to accelerate efforts to clean up a massive chemical plume that has crept for more than seven decades from Bethpage toward South Oyster Bay. more
“It’s so rewarding,” said an honored volunteer. “You get so much more than you give.” That was a sentiment shared by many as South Nassau Communities Hospital in … more
A two-vehicle accident at 3:41 a.m. last Sunday on the Southern State Parkway left an Oceanside man dead and injured several others when an SUV rear-ended another vehicle, causing it to veer into trees and a utility pole, New York State Police said. more
Ellen Weisenberg, the wife of former State Assemblyman Harvey Weisenberg who was known as an advocate for those with special needs and a prominent member of the community, died on Monday at South … more
In the race to fill former Senate Majority Leader Dean Skelos’s seat after he was convicted on corruption charges in December, both state Assemblyman Todd Kaminsky (D-Long Beach) and Chris McGrath (R-Hewlett) have come out swinging in the weeks leading up to the special election on April 19. more
On April 19, voters in the 9th Senate District will decide who will replace Sen. Dean Skelos, the disgraced majority leader, and, potentially, which party will control the State Senate. As readers have no doubt noticed . . . more
Nearly 10,000 people packed into Stage 3 at Grumman Studios in Bethpage on Wednesday night to hear Republican presidential hopeful Donald Trump. The real estate mogul began a raucous speech by … more
Donald Trump’s supporters steadily streamed into Grumman Studios on the afternoon of April 6 until more than 10,000 of them filled the venue, where war planes were once built. As they did, they walked past roughly 200 protesters who had gathered in what Nassau County police were calling a “free-speech zone,” a comparatively small, rectangular area cordoned off with aluminum barricades. more
Standing on what New York Islanders fans knew as the ice level of Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum, Peter Wang — a design director for Gensler, a Manhattan-based architectural firm — … more
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