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Seaford Schools Superintendent Dr. Adele Pecora may be from Massapequa, but she projects Seaford Pride. A thoroughgoing professional with nearly 30 years of experience, she has only the highest praise for the district and the community and communicates a determination to do well by both. more
Mount Sinai South Nassau hospital administrators and Town of Hempstead officials announced a partnership aimed at boosting the availability of hand sanitizers at town beaches, pools and golf courses during the summer. more
About 40 residents gathered outside Stephen E. Tighe Memorial Park Monday evening to protest the village’s installation of an artificial-turf field there. more
Oceanside High School will hold graduation at Oceanside Park on July 21 during three separate time frames, according to a letter sent to families on Monday. more
Sewanhaka Central High School District officials will re-evaluate the mascots used at all five schools for potential racial insensitivity, they announced at a July 7 Board of Education meeting, after … more
The number of Nassau County residents getting routine tests for breast, cervix and colon cancer has decreased by more than 86 percent during the coronavirus pandemic, County Executive Laura Curran … more
Mount Sinai South Nassau has unveiled never-before-seen video footage of front-line staff sharing their compelling stories as they answered the call of duty to serve patients while juggling the challenges of personal and professional life throughout the Covid-19 pandemic. more
A Lynbrook construction firm has to pay a $1.5 million settlement to 18 former employees who were victims of sexual harassment and workplace retaliation. more
As libraries on the North Shore slowly reopen, it is becoming possible for them to add more traditional services to the virtual programs that have become prevalent in the past few months. With caution and creativity, these libraries are taking steps to continue offering their popular summer programs and reach their communities in new ways. more
With the coronavirus pandemic cancelling most July Fourth celebrations on the North Shore this summer, the Sea Cliff Civic Association wanted to make sure the village was still able to celebrate the … more
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