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More than 1,100 athletes from across New York state will compete in a variety of events when the 38th annual Nassau County Games for the Physically Challenged gets underway at the Mitchel Field Athletic Complex, in Uniondale, and at nearby Nassau Community College, in Garden City, May 31 and June 1. more
Two Uniondale Union Free School District teachers had a unique experience in Washington, D.C., on May 2. Black educators Keturah Lee and Roderick Peele, from California Avenue School and Northern Parkway Elementary School, respectively, were spotlighted during an event at the White House, part of its Initiative on Advancing Educational Equity, Excellence, and Economic Opportunity for Black Americans. more
Uniondale resident Megan Gomez experienced a acute heart failure last year on May 5, one week before her wedding and pregnant. more
The Town of Hempstead is taking a progressive approach to combatting water conservation issues on Long Island. Supervisor Don Clavin, joined by colleagues in government, as well as Frank Piccininni and Marshall Brown of the Long Island Conservancy, announced its plan to launch a new rain barrel program last week at the Norman J. Levy Park and Preserve in Merrick. more
With the International Cricket Committee Men’s T20 World Cup scheduled to take place in just a few weeks in Eisenhower Park, Nassau County hosted a Criiio Cricket Social Festival last week in Fields 2 and 3 of the park. The event, inspired by the ICC’s Criiio program, aimed to showcase cricket as a vibrant, inclusive sport that can be played anywhere, by anyone, at any time. more
The Conoco gas station on Front Street in Uniondale was robbed at gunpoint and money was stolen on May 23. more
Recently I had the opportunity to take part in a forum on President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s Four Freedoms, hosted by Cornell University’s Institute of Politics and Global Affairs, which is directed by former U.S. Rep. Steve Israel. more
Poll after poll shows that most Americans believe the United States is more divided than usual. With many contentious issues appearing to lack compromises, constructive policies can emerge, but zealots on either side must have no greater influence in the debate, and solutions must be based not on either side’s so-called “facts,” but rather on the truth. more
Celebrating 125 years, Nassau County, formed in 1898 from parts of Queens, has become New York’s fifth-largest county, known for its spacious homes, quiet neighborhoods, excellent schools, rich history, and vibrant community spirit. more
After months of contentious budget negotiations, the State Legislature and Gov. Kathy Hochul recently agreed to a historic $237 billion state spending plan. more
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