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Brookside Elementary School hosted its first Turkey Trot, where students ran around the field passing a rubber chicken like a baton to their classmates. And the children were racing for a cause. … more
A small crowd clad in red and white filled Swirl Bliss, a frozen yogurt shop in Baldwin, last weekend on what is known nationally as Small Business Saturday. They wore the colors of the Nassau … more
American Water Works Co. announced in a Nov. 20 press release that it would sell its New York operation to Liberty Utilities for $608 million cash. The deal follows years-long criticism from Nassau … more
The developer of a $23.9 million, 80-unit luxury apartment complex at the site of the Lynbrook Motor Inn is looking to start building next spring, after the Nassau County Industrial Development Agency granted preliminary approval for a payment-in-lieu-of- taxes agreement. more
Valley Streamers say it’s the brown water. It ruins clothing in the wash, and is regarded by a few as undrinkable. Some have said it gives off an odor, while another homeowner said he regrouts … more
Standing in a large, vacant bedroom inside one of East Rockaway’s oldest mansions, at 82 Centre Ave., local craftsman Daniel Warren beamed as he retold the home’s history. His demeanor changed, however, when he spoke about how the building would soon be razed and replaced by three new homes. more
State Sen. Todd Kaminsky is working with Long Island Rail Road officials to secure funding for major upgrades and improvements at the Long Beach LIRR train station, saying that the facility is in … more
Long Beach teens and their supporters gathered at Kennedy Plaza on Black Friday to take part in a global climate strike, which aims to bring awareness to environmental issues. The students were … more
NY Fit Fest ambassadors joined forces with local gyms and Long Beach residents for a day of health, wellness and giving back to the community during Fit Fest’s third annual Coat & Blanket Drive on … more
Nassau County District Attorney Madeline Singas’s office last week called on the City Council to waive the city’s attorney-client privilege, saying that investigators have been unable to … more
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