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Small Business Saturday, created five years ago to encourage residents’ interest in shopping at local businesses, is set for Nov. 28. Each year, on the Saturday after Thanksgiving, participating shoppers forgo the malls and big-box stores to patronize the businesses in their own neighborhoods. more
The Town of Hempstead Animal Shelter is again holding its Home for the Holidays pet adoption program, which began last Saturday and runs through Jan. 3. All fees are waived during this time period. more
The Jones Beach Holiday Lights Spectacular is back. The drive-through show opened last Friday night and will continue into the new year. more
Anyone who lives in Malverne and West Hempstead knows there are so many people who make the community and the world a better place. Whether they volunteer their time as a the leader of a community organization, coach a youth sports league, organize a charitable event or simply give their time or money to worthy causes, these people embody the giving spirit. 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
Zombie homes, a common result of Long Island’s foreclosure crisis several years ago, are becoming the focus of several efforts to rejuvenate the homes and put them in the hands of veterans in need. more
Patricia Sullivan-Kriss, a lifetime Rockville Centre resident and the current superintendent of the Hauppauge School District, was unanimously appointed West Hempstead’s new superintendent, following the retirement of Superintendent John Hogan. Her four-year appointment will begin next July 1. more
The West Hempstead Community Support Association announced last week that a contractor has been chosen by the county to create the hamlet’s Sept. 11 memorial. The monument, which will be made of granite and include a piece of World Trade Center steel, will be unveiled in a public ceremony on June 5, 2016, in Hall’s Pond Park. more
Residents of the West Hempstead school district voted against a $46 million capital project bond referendum yesterday, which would have made major repairs to five West Hempstead schools and razed the Marion Delaney school on Eagle Ave. to create athletic fields. more
The atmosphere was electric at the Long Beach Ice Arena on Thursday as Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced that he would veto a plan to build a liquefied natural gas import facility roughly 16 nautical … more
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