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Claudia Borecky, a Nassau County Board of Elections worker and president of the North and Central Merrick Civic Association, is challenging Nassau County Legislator Steve Rhoads for the 19th District seat this November. more
The Senior Pops Orchestra, an intergenerational group under the direction of Stephen Michael Smith, will appear at the Brookside School in North Merrick on Sunday, Oct. 11, at 2 p.m. The suggested donation is $5. more
Some people know Long Islander Tony Garofalo as a retired New York City Police Department sergeant. Others know him as a Douglas Elliman real estate agent. Still others know him as the talented John … more
Nasrin Ahmad, a Republican, began working as a file clerk in the Town of Hempstead Clerk’s office in 1998, before rising to the position of town clerk in September 2013, appointed after Mark Bonilla abruptly left office. Prior to that, the Salisbury resident served in an advocacy role in Parent Teacher Associations in the East Meadow School District, where she founded clubs that promoted diversity and helped include foreign cultures into the schools. more
Playing Division 1 football is no joke, says James O’Hagan, the Seaford High School graduate who is starting this fall for the University of Buffalo. The four-year varsity player for the Seaford Vikings is the center for the Bulls, which are 2-3 so far this season. more
Nassau County Executive Edward P. Mangano joins Nassau University Medical Center (NUMC) President and Chief Executive Officer Victor F. Politi in announcing the hospital is in full preparation for a possible hurricane heading toward the East Coast. more
People across the world lined observatories, open fields, parks and even their own backyards last Sunday to see a rare astronomical event — a so-called supermoon and a lunar eclipse, coinciding together, for the first time in 33 years. more
Many animals call the Tackapausha Museum and Preserve home, and local residents like Michael Boyle and Brian Faraczek ensure they have a good life there. more
After meeting with several inmates during his historic visit to a federal prison in July, President Obama remarked, “What is normal is young people make mistakes,” and added that the only difference between the inmates and most Americans is the resources and social support structures available to those who aren’t in prison. more
It’s just an ordinary day at the Shortis residence in Seaford. The sound of an Elmo doll rings in the background, while a set of twins, Jack and James, play with each other on the floor. Mrs. Shortis is coddling her infant, MacKenna, and clears the living room filled with an array of blocks, trampolines and action figures. It’s everything you would expect to see in a full family house: everything except for the makeshift obstacle course in the corner of the den. more
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