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Tom Turner and his friend Matthew Gonyon opened up a coffee truck in honor of Turner’s mom, Cathy, who passed away from multiple sclerosis. more
It was a night to remember, and a night to recognize the people and businesses that help make Nassau Community College what it is. more
The Bethany Congregational Church reopened its doors after three years for its free Thanksgiving dinner. more
Lianne Webb and Natalia Suaza stood out from among dozens of contestants from across Nassau and Suffolk counties, crowned winners of Miss Long Island and Miss Teen Long Island. more
An early-November alert by the FBI about threats to tristate-area synagogues was yet another reminder of the need for constant vigilance. The Chabad of West Hempstead has been training congregants in self-defense and active-shooter drills in case those skills and procedures are ever needed. more
He was an obscure candidate from Island Park who went up against a Republican powerhouse — and won. His name was Al D’Amato, who would go on to serve 18 years in the U.S. Senate before … more
Nassau County Republicans and Democrats remained far apart when it comes to redistricting the county legislature. And as a final map is expected to be released this week — if not already … more
Local school officials are waging an unending battle to protect sensitive data stored on network computers, becoming overprotective — and in many cases downright secretive — in discussing their efforts to ward off cybercrime. more
Nine East Rockaway students had their artwork featured in the Student Art Exhibit hosted by the New York State Art Teachers Association. more
A HurriCon hit Bethany Congregational Church last Saturday, when local artists and comic book collectors were on hand to sell their memorabilia and raise money for the church. more
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