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When he was City of Long Beach manager from 2012 to 2018, Jack Schnirman, now Nassau County’s comptroller, allowed millions of dollars in “improper payments” for accrued sick and … more
Home buying can seem like a large, daunting task, especially during a pandemic and with a surge in demand for real estate, but experts are there to help. Join Herald Inside LI for a free 45-minute webinar that will feature a panel of real estate professionals. more
High school and college sports coaches on the latest Herald Inside LI webinar discussed how Covid-19 has affected their programs — including new recruiting methods, alternatives to competitive gameplay and staying positive through it all. more
Black women were front and center at the latest Black Lives Matter protest outside the Theodore Roosevelt Executive and Legislative Building in Mineola on Sept. 24. more
Q. Our front yard has a hilly slope to the street with a wood wall holding it up, made of railroad ties. The wall is rotting in several places and can’t be fixed . . . more
Luke Tordy says his service dog, Dragon, reconnected him with his life. Brigid Vogt says her dog, Lennon IV, brought a similar transformation. Such matter-of-fact statements are commonplaces from … more
Sept. 8 marked the first day Wantagh School District students returned to their classrooms since mid-March due to the effects of the coronavirus. The students stepped off their yellow school buses … more
Roughly 50 people gathered outside Governor’s Comedy Club in Levittown last Thursday afternoon to demand Gov. Andrew Cuomo reconsider his decision to keep the venue closed amid the coronavirus … more
Only 44 days remain until Election Day and only 33 days until the early voting period in Nassau and Suffolk counties. New York’s Second Congressional District is electing successor to longtime … more
The Town of Hempstead Board voted at a Sept. 8 virtual meeting to increase the fine for illegal dumping in the town from $1,500 to $10,00 per incident. Town Supervisor Donald Clavin said the board … more
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