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The Rockville Centre Fire Department, the largest volunteer force in the state, continues to seek upgrades to two of its firehouses, but other costly projects in the village are taking precedence. more
Enthusiasm and energy filled the Floyd B. Watson Elementary School gymnasium on Jan. 18 as all students participated in the Unique Game Show assembly. more
City Council members say that the city is expected to sign a contract with an executive search firm in the hope of hiring a permanent city manager more than a year after former City Manager Jack … more
The Ken Pribil Jr. Foundation recently made its fifth annual Sarcoma Research Grant in the amount of $15,000 to support targeted angiosarcoma cancer research being performed at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in Manhattan. more
Community members of all ages gathered at the village’s Martin Luther King Jr. Center on Monday evening to honor the late civil rights activist who fought relentlessly for equality. more
Elmont attorney Monique Hardial announced on Jan. 21 that she is planning to run against Nassau County Legislator Carrie Solages for the Democratic ticket in this year’s primary race. Hardial, 37, … more
South Side spotted host Glen Cove 14 of the first 16 points in last Saturday’s Nassau Conference A-III boys’ basketball matchup, but showed the kind of poise and resiliency head coach Jerry D’Angelo hoped. more
On the heels of capturing the Nassau Conference 2A wrestling title with a winner-take-all victory over Baldwin in the regular-season finale, Long Beach came up just short of making a run to the county’s Division I dual meet finals last Saturday. more
Changing the culture of a struggling girls’ basketball program is no easy feat. Doing so at Hewlett, where the team has averaged just two wins per season over the past five years, is nothing short of a monumental task. But, that’s exactly what the Lady Bulldogs and first-year head coach Anthony Scro are trying to do. more
Already with a pair of thrilling come-from-behind one-point victories under its belt, Mepham continued to thrive in pressure situations last Saturday and held on for a 53-49 win at Valley Stream Central to maintain the top spot in Nassau Conference A-I girls’ basketball. more
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