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He was always a good guy to be around and always had a smile on his face,” friend and former teammate Nick Manfredo said of Rick Bailey. “If anything got too tense at football practice, … more
Wantagh residents and other Long Islanders gathered for the second annual Battle of the Bands event last Thursday to promote heart health and honor five young professionals in the surrounding area. more
If you were around in the 1970s, and into cool music (who wasn’t?), then you may remember the popular “Suite for Flute and Jazz Piano,” a … more
About 300 couples came to the Coral House in Baldwin this month to re-tie the knot, enjoying a ceremony that was by turns moving, humorous and always filled with love. more
Wantagh High School social studies teacher, Steven Benner, was recommended for tenure at the Board of Education meeting last Thursday night. more
A golden-lab mix zooms into the kitchen, jumps into Jamie Axelrod’s lap and leaves a streak of slobber on her cheek. Alfredo, the energetic, 21-pound puppy, is excited to see one of his owners after a long day. Dunkin, a bearded-collie mix rescue is nearby, barking in jealousy of the 10-week-old puppy getting all of the attention. Audrey Axelrod is preparing dinner and making sure her children are doing their homework. Alfredo is given treats for listening to a command and lies down in the living room to take a nap. It’s just another ordinary day for Alfredo. But his life? Well, that’s far from ordinary. more
Zwanger-Pesiri Radiology, the largest private radiology practice on Long Island, opened its newest location in Levittown, - just a few miles away from East Meadow, - on Oct. 31. The new office is … more
With the swing of a sledgehammer into one of the walls of the Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum, the renovation of the 43-year-old arena officially began on Nov. 5. Nassau County Executive Ed … more
The drug addicts’ brain scans that Dr. Stephen Dewey takes appear in psychedelic shades of red, yellow, green and blue, each indicating a level of brain activity — or inactivity. Red means excited. Blue is dormant. Dewey is the laboratory director for behavioral and molecular neuro-imaging at the North Shore-LIJ Feinstein Institute for Medical Research. In that capacity, he’s put hundreds of addicts’ brains to the test — the positron emission tomography test, that is — seeking to understand precisely what happens to the mind when a pot smoker lights up or a heroin junkie shoots up. And, he has found, it isn’t pretty. more
When Dorothy Browe started volunteering for the Ronald McDonald House nearly three decades ago, she never knew just how much a part of her life it would become. more
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