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Residents are debating four proposed development plans for the 28-acre south parcel at Belmont Park. Three of those plans involve converting the land into big-box retail outlets as well as a grocery … more
More than 150 union workers, fans, and locals rallied at the south lot of Belmont Park to urge state officials to make a decision on a proposed soccer stadium and complex that has been lying in wait … more
The county comptroller released an audit last week stating that the Nassau County Police Department exceeded its overtime budget by $96.2 million over a six-year period due to systemic under-budgeting, overly optimistic savings projections and slipshod record-keeping. more
A grueling non-league schedule has started to pay dividends for South Side’s boys’ lacrosse team. The Cyclones upped their winning streak to four games by blowing out Roslyn, 15-2, on the road April 27 in a showdown of Conference B-II unbeatens. more
After digging an 0-4 hole to start the Conference A-II baseball season, South Side’s finding ways to win the close ones and put itself in playoff contention with a pair of three-game sets remaining in the regular season. more
Erin Dooney’s infield single scored pinch-runner Alexa Fingleton with the go-ahead run in the bottom of the sixth inning to cap South Side’s wild come-from-behind 9-8 victory over Valley Stream South in a Nassau Conference ABC-III softball game last Friday. more
Playing in Nassau’s top girls’ lacrosse conference wasn’t a memorable experience for South Side, which now calls Conference IV home after realignment brought the top 10 ranked teams together and grouped the rest by enrollment. more
A year after making a run to the Nassau Class B boys’ lacrosse semifinals and coming within five minutes of reaching the title game, South Side is faced with finding new leadership and chemistry. more
There is plenty of optimism surrounding both the Molloy College baseball and softball programs this spring, and an improved pitching staff is the biggest reason why for both teams. more
Nearly 100 people gathered at Gate 3 of Belmont Park on Saturday to urge state lawmakers to support two bills that would prohibit electronic gaming on Long Island. The rally, organized by the … more
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