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A feasibility study that would determine if a public entity could accommodate New York American ratepayers on the North Shore could be launched as early as next month, according to representatives … more
Richard Greene sat down at his kitchen table, a small pile of books in front of him. He and his wife, Ramona Bobe-Greene, had planned to record their journeys in them after she recovered from a … more
As residents establish resolutions this month, elected leaders in Sea Cliff are also looking forward to the prospects the new year could bring. Members of the Board of Trustees touched on a variety … more
“We’re going to have a countdown in case anybody fell asleep and missed it, like me,” said Jim Papa, an entertainer who serenaded members of the Sandel Senior Center at their New Year’s party on Jan. 4. more
Seniors in South Side High School’s theatre class led their classmates in putting on five student-directed plays on Jan. 4 and 5 at the school’s auditorium. more
After the Rockville Centre Planning Board denied a proposal by James and Brett O’Reilly in November to subdivide their property at 220 Hempstead Ave., the homeowners now await a decision to their appeal by the State Supreme Court in Nassau County. more
Longtime Lynbrook and Manhattan resident Nicholas Biondi died on Dec. 28. He was 82. more
The Lynbrook Fire Department responded to a house fire on Linden Street on Christmas Eve just before 9 p.m. more
Standing in front of Village Hall surrounded by several supporters, Lynbrook Deputy Mayor Hilary Becker announced at a news conference on Jan. 2 that he would challenge Mayor Alan Beach in the March 19 village election, citing his family’s history of public service. more
Juliana Condoleo, 17, and Kaylie Hausknecht, 17, were selected as scholars in the Regeneron Science Talent Search competition. more
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