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A: First some bad news, then the good news:Tinnitus (noises one hears that are not present in the environment) is a common condition. Advertisements for supposed tinnitus cures are also common. It is … more
Hockey teams representing the Nassau County Police Benevolent Association and the county’s volunteer firefighters will face off in a charity game at Nassau Coliseum on Saturday at 7:30 p.m. to raise money for the family of Joseph Sanford Jr., an Inwood Woodmere house that had been on fire four days earlier. more
Residents will have the opportunity to vote to approve the implementation of a full-day kindergarten program in the East Meadow School District in May’s budget vote, district officials announced at Thursday’s Board of Education meeting. If approved, a full-day program would be put in effect for the 2015-2016 school year. more
Q.  I own a small business on the South Shore of the Island.  Last year, I did about $4.5 million in revenue.  I’ve often wondered what the value of my company is, but I know … more
Two Memorial Junior High School students won a poetry contest at their school this month and will participate in a regional competition on Feb. 27 at Farmingdale State College. Ninth-graders Ogo … more
South Nassau Communities Hospital formally announced Wednesday that it is planning to hold a community meeting in Long Beach sometime in March, where residents will be able to speak to hospital … more
“Legwear, accessories, specialty” reads the tagline beneath the logo of Tiptoe Boutique. A visit to this cozy, colorful shop . . . more
Q. We’re having a flooding problem. The neighbors behind us rebuilt their home and also raised their yard, sloping into ours. more
I am far enough away from my teenage years, and smart enough, I hope, to realize that I have no clue what interests and entertains teenagers today. more
An injured, male harbor seal was recovered from Long Beach on Feb. 22 by the Riverhead Foundation for Marine Research & Preservation and taken to their emergency rescue hospital. Many residents took to Facebook to wish the seal a speedy recovery share photos of the animal on the beach. more
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