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Everything is bedazzled and glittered, still, even through the pandemic. We still are making that work. We’re making the bedazzling and the glitter and the confetti, still happening. I always … more
A Texas woman was arrested last week after Long Beach police discovered a whimpering dog inside her van in freezing weather. According to a release from the Long Beach Police Department, Officer … more
A 27-year-old Queens man has been arrested in connection with a hit-and-run that killed Michael Agurkis of East Atlantic Beach, who was trying to assist a stalled motorist on the Nassau Expressway … more
The Baldwin Republican Club spread the love this past Valentine’s Day. Members collected new blankets and donated them to the St. Christopher’s food pantry. They were delivered on Feb. … more
On a bitterly cold Tuesday night in January 1896, the Baldwin General Store caught fire when a kerosene lantern dropped. Baldwin did not have a fire department, so volunteer firefighters from … more
Baldwin High School students, alumni and community members are calling for the return of after-school theater and music activities. “Recently, it has been announced that Baldwin High School … more
A doctor who had previously operated out of a former Radio Shack building in Franklin Square is facing murder and reckless endangerment charges for overprescribing opioids between 2016 and 2018, which led to five patients’ deaths, Nassau County District Attorney Madeline Singas said at a news conference on Thursday. more
With spring less than four weeks away, the domestic duck dumping season has begun in the Town of Hempstead. Activists with Long Island Orchestrating for Nature, also known as LION, an animal … more
Nassau County Legislator Debra Mulé hosted a discussion with millennial constituents last week as part of a virtual panel called “Redesigning the District: A Conversation with … more
Sheila Seward, a former Elmont Memorial Library employee, was sentenced to serve one to three years in prison and pay more than $236,000 in restitution on Wednesday, after pleading guilty in … more
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