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After more than five years of deliberations and a $90,000 feasibility study, the Water Authority of Southeast Nassau County’s board of directors voted Feb. 2 against a local public takeover of New York American Water, effectively dissolving the WASENC. more
Water is a necessity of life, of this there is no debate. When the subject turns to who provides that water to us and at what cost, there the debate begins. For the past five years, the Water Authority of Southeast Nassau County, an authority of which I was a board member, held a series of public meetings to discuss this issue with the residents who receive their water from New York American Water. Recently, the authority’s board voted to retain the company that is supplying our water, rather than pursue the potential purchase of the company by the authority. more
The Long Island Rail Road and its customers may experience minor delays on all branches during tomorrow morning's rush hour and should give themselves extra time getting to the stations. The National … more
The MacArthur girls basketball program hosted the first-ever Kim Klein Memorial Tournament in December. The four-team competition honored the memory of Kim Klein, a Generals supporter and a proud mother. Klein died from breast cancer last year after battling the disease four separate times. more
For Mary and Brian Roach, Valentine’s Day is just another day in February. They’ve been married for almost 34 years, and juggling a large family can sometimes get a little hectic. But with the holiday just around the corner, the North Wantagh couple still finds the time to let each other know how much they care. more
He’s not just about his $1 million donation to help prevent the Long Island High School for the Arts from closing. more
A Seaford man was killed after he was struck by a vehicle in North Massapequa last Sunday evening. more
The National Weather Service has issued a winter weather advisory up until 6 p.m. for Long Island. Nassau County could see 2 to 4 inches of snow, while Suffolk County could get 4 to 8 inches. The Long Island Rail Road and its customers may suffer minor delays on other branches during the morning rush hour and should give themselves extra time getting to the stations. more
When it rains or snows, it floods. At least that’s what happens if you live in one of Nassau County’s bay back communities, like Freeport, that endure flooding not just during events like … more
A winter weather advisory has been issued for Nassau County. Several inches of snow is expected to fall early Monday morning, promising a hazardous morning rush hour. There will be periods of … more
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