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She described herself in college as a “timid soul” with a fear of public speaking. Meet Susan Gottehrer now, and you’ll find out that’s nowhere near accurate. more
People have left New York in droves this past decade, and Brian Curran is ready to put that trend at an end. more
As sightings of marine mammals increase in the winter months, state officials are urging onlookers to resist the temptation to approach these often cute-looking creatures, such as fuzzy seals. more
Chuck Schumer has three goals for the new year: improve mass transit, ensure water and air quality are safe, and promote high technology on Long Island. The New York Democrat who maintained his … more
Police are accusing what they describe as a pair of burgling Grinches of stealing $150,000 in valuables from a dozen area homes over the holidays. more
A West Hempstead limo owner might need an Uber after he was arrested last week for allegedly registering two stretch limos as passenger vehicles. more
Christopher Palma, of Oceanside, was arraigned Dec. 22 on manslaughter and other related charges for allegedly recklessly operating a speed boat and killing 18-year-old jet skier Caitlin McDonald in 2019. more
The late Sheldon Wagner, who was described as a “legend” in Malverne, was recently honored with the creation of a memorial bench outside the local train station. more
Jose De La Rosa-Martinez crashed a tractor-trailer into the Eagle Avenue overpass at 3:48 a.m. on Wednesday, Dec. 14 according to police. more
Searching for a new job at any stage of your career can be a daunting endeavor. Among the myriad challenges are cold calls, maintaining contact lists, constantly updating your social media profiles and customizing your resume, and recruiting references. It’s enough to give even the most stalwart job hunter a feeling of timidity. more
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