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The Republican-majority Hempstead Town Board on Oct. 30 passed its $432.5-million budget by a vote of 6-1. Town Supervisor Laura Gillen, a Democrat, did not endorse the spending plan, which, she said, relied on uncertain savings to fund an $11-million tax cut. more
A Baldwinite is accused of supplying drugs to dealers as part of a narcotics distribution ring that operated throughout Long Island and parts of New York City, the Suffolk County District Attorney announced Nov. 8. A second Baldwin man, four Freeporters, a Rockville Centre resident and a Wantagh woman were also arrested as part of the bust, prosecutors announced. more
A Baldwinite is accused of supplying drugs to dealers as part of a narcotics distribution ring that operated throughout Long Island and parts of New York City, the Suffolk County District Attorney … more
Michael Eisman has been complaining for three years about the conditions at 460 Seaman Ave. “It’s becoming a zombie home,” Eisman said. “The grass isn’t cut … we have concerns about snow … more
In a defining moment for the preservation of Rockville Centre history in the late 1970s, the deteriorating house of Captain Samuel F. Phillips was relocated and restored to become what is now the Museum of the Village of Rockville Centre. Four decades later, the museum celebrated its 40th anniversary as a beacon of culture, education and history in the village. more
Rockville Centre officials responded to residents’ concerns on the eve of Election Day after a village employee was caught on camera removing a campaign sign posted on the grass between the sidewalk and the street. more
When Olivia Medford’s friend Liam Galvin was preparing to try out for the seventh-grade football team at South Side Middle School, she would tag along and play with him and his dad, Gene, at the Village Green. more
“The people who speak are supposed to be here to try to comfort us,” said Rabbi Howard Diamond, who addressed members of his congregation and others during a vigil at Congregation B’nai Sholom-Beth David on Oct. 30. “. . . It’s very hard to be comforted. It’s very hard for me to be comforting.” more
The Tommy Brull Foundation is set to hold its 11th annual fundraiser on Nov. 10, which will celebrate a decade of raising money for people with physical, mental and emotional challenges. more
When James Ferguson came home in 2010 after serving for nearly eight months in Afghanistan as a platoon commander in the Marines, that chapter of his life remained painfully incomplete. Reuniting with his unit five years later, however, changed his life, and today Ferguson leads the Warrior Reunion Foundation, which has so far reconnected combat veterans at seven gatherings around the country. more
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