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Nassau County Legislator Laura Curran, a Democrat from Baldwin who represents part of Merrick, and Bob Young, an environmental activist from Merrick, are among the local organizers preparing for the People’s Climate March on Sunday, Sept. 21, starting at 11:30 a.m. at Columbus Circle in Manhattan. more
Patients should stop thinking of powerful pain medications like Oxycontin and Vycodin as slightly stronger versions of Tylenol and Advil. Rather, they should think of them as “heroin pills.” That’s according to Dr. Andrew Kolodny, president of Physicians for Responsible Opioid Prescribing and chief medical officer for Phoenix House, a national, nonprofit drug treatment agency. more
Buying a home is more than just making a purchase — it’s one of the most important decisions in a person’s life. Owning a home can be a source of comfort, pride, security and stability. But … more
Despite on and off rain last Saturday evening, the 6th Battalion Parade went on as scheduled. The Wantagh Fire Department hosted this year’s parade, which began at Cedar Creek Park and ended just past the train station. more
School has been open for two weeks in Wantagh, and Mandalay Elementary School Principal Marie Pisicchio says one of her greatest joys in that time has been watching children enjoy the new playground. more
New businesses are continuing to sprout up in Wantagh. The Chamber of Commerce hosted ribbon-cutting ceremonies for a trio of new merchants on Sept. 12. more
Jones Beach State Park will play host to Long Island’s first brain tumor walk on Saturday, an event that is expected to draw at least 1,000 people. more
For the second straight month, transportation took center stage at the Levittown Board of Education meeting on Sept. 10. In addition to a follow-up on an August discussion about bus routes, concerns were also brought up about safety for students crossing Hempstead Turnpike. more
The owner of a proposed cabaret club in Wantagh has filed a federal suit against the Town of Hempstead, claiming that the denial of the business’s application for a cabaret license is in violation of its civil rights. more
]Wantagh’s Long Island railroad station is slated for a makeover beginning in 2015 at a projected cost of $20.7 million. The project will replace the station platform, canopy and waiting room as well as the escalator. more
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