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Lynbrook musician Danny Weinkauf and his Red Pants Band return to the Long Island Children’s Museum this week. more
Here is the latest crime report courtesy the Lynbrook Police Department. more
Make pet emergency kits Teens in grades 7 through 12 can decorate and pack small containers filled with emergency care items for pets at the Elmont Memorial Library on Aug. 16 at 3 p.m. Teens will … more
There’s a new, authentic Indian and Pakistani restaurant in Wantagh and the family-run eatery is open seven days a week. more
Nearly six years after Superstorm Sandy flooded Pat Lubicich’s Seaford home with five feet of water, she still can’t live there. more
Beginning in January, disposing of unwanted or leftover prescription medication from your medicine cabinet will be easier and more convenient. more
Seaford’s Ladies Workout Express owner Jessica Reilly believes she is one of a few instructors licensed to teach piloxing and Drums Alive classes on Long Island. “Those are a couple of unique programs you can only get here,” said Reilly, who has been teaching Drums Alive since 2013 and piloxing since 2014. more
Michele’s Ride to Remember began as Michele Walsh Myers’ way of remembering her two former classmates and three other Seaford High School graduates who were killed during the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks. more
Cal Kitay pulled into the driveway of his Wantagh home on June 8, 2011, got out of his car and had a seizure. He was diagnosed with a brain tumor, and despite surgery and other treatments, he died three days before his 67th birthday. more
Bishop John O. Barres, who leads the Diocese of Rockville Centre, was named in a grand jury report released Tuesday that details more than 300 priests in six Pennsylvania dioceses that have been … more
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