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A judge last week adjourned deadlines for the defense to file legal papers in the case of Davidoff Hutcher & Citron LLP v. David W. Denenberg. The parties said that the judge approved the delay while they negotiate a settlement. more
Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced a statewide Ebola plan on Oct. 16 that called for the coordination of health care, Port Authority and Metropolitan Transportation Authority workers to combat a potential spread of the Ebola virus should it cross New York’s borders. He also designated eight hospitals, including Long Island’s North Shore-LIJ, in Nassau County, and Stony Brook University Hospital, in Suffolk, to act as regional centers for treating patients with Ebola. more
For six years, Seaford Manor School was Ryan Fjellstad’s second home. Now he’s a senior in high school and giving back to the place that gave him his start in education. more
Nassau County traffic studies have found that more than 200 motorists per hour exceed school zone speed limits by at least 20 mph. To deter this behavior and increase pedestrian safety, the county, with the approval of the State Legislature, is installing a total of 56 speed cameras in school zones — one in each district. more
A fire is a devastating situation no family ever wants to experience. If they do, it is likely that everyone will come out of it safely by following basic tips that are taught at a young age. more
When Gary Sgroi injured his back lifting weights more than 30 years ago, he didn’t realize the long-term impact that would have on his life. Eventually, he healed, but treating others with back ailments became his calling. more
Since 2009, there has been a 38 percent reduction in the number of accidents in Nassau County, thanks to the red light camera program, said the Hon. John G. Marks, executive director of the Nassau County Traffic and Parking Violations Agency. more
Second of two parts. In the predawn darkness on a lonesome January day this year, Long Island Coalition for the Homeless volunteers were out amid a cold snap so harsh that it numbed hands and froze eyelashes, scouring the streets for the homeless. Greta Guarton was among them. more
Control of the New York State Senate is up for grabs this year, and the results in one or two races could make a difference. Kemp Hannon, the long-time senator in the 6th District, which spans from Garden City to Farmingdale, says Republican control is key to protecting Long Island’s interests. more
The race for the New York State Legislature’s 14th Assembly District pits the incumbent, Republican David McDonough, of North Merrick, against Gaspare Tumminello, a Democrat from Merrick, who is deputy chief of staff for the Nassau County Legislature’s Democratic minority. Tumminello, a native of Franklin Square, had previously run unsuccessfully for Nassau County legislator in the 8th District in 2009. This year, the Herald asked each of the candidates to fill in a four-question survey about their positions on salient state issues. The 14th Assembly District takes in all or parts of Freeport, Roosevelt, Merrick, North Merrick, Bellmore, North Bellmore, Wantagh, North Wantagh, Seaford and Massapequa. more
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