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Friday, August 22, 2014
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As always, expectations are sky high on the football field at Nassau Community College. The Lions, who have been among the top junior college programs in the country for decades, are coming off back-to-back 9-2 seasons. more
After 11 years in the classroom, Jessica Sventoraitis was looking for a new challenge. Her desire to advance her career in education has brought her to Seaford, where she is the new assistant principal of the high school. more
The Theodore Roosevelt Nature Center at Jones Beach State Park serves as an educational environment for Long Island residents and a wildlife conservation area for animals. more
Exhibits and more... Lessons of the Holocaust to Teach ToleranceA contextualized history that explains the 1920s’ increase of intolerance, reduction of human rights, and lack of intervention … more
The iconic entertainer lives on a high-energy tribute to his life and career. more
The end-of-summer spectacle that is the Long Island Scottish Festival and Highland Games returns to its longtime home at Old Westbury Gardens on Saturday, Aug. 23. more
Q. Seeing the hassle my neighbor is going through, it seems that it’s more of a penalty for doing the right thing than if I just go ahead. We want to remove the wall between our kitchen, dining room and living room . . . more
It’s summertime and the living should be easy, but we are being tossed by a tsunami of big-time bad news. more
Town parks are a hotbed of activity over the summer, as Wantagh and Seaford residents head out in full force to enjoy the outdoors. more
Bill Bratton, the commissioner of the New York City Police Department, has decades of professional experience in law enforcement. He is decorated and well recognized in the field . . . more
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