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Nassau County elected officials expressed disappointment after Amazon announced Feb. 14 that it would drop its plan to open a second headquarters in Long Island City, Queens. The tech giant’s … more
They look like a bunch of cheery morning people. They were professionally dressed, laughing and casually chatting over a cup of coffee by 7:30 a.m. The Top Notch Team, TNT, networking group has been meeting every Thursday at 7:15 a.m. at the Imperial Diner on Merrick Road in Freeport since 2016. more
Baldwinite Steve Bertoline said that a plan to revitalize parts of Baldwin that the Town of Hempstead released on Jan. 10 looked promising, but added that he was not convinced it would … more
The Village of Farmingdale’s Main Street of 2012 looked much like Grand Avenue in Baldwin does today — run-down and full of empty storefronts. In a story that might sound familiar to … more
County Legislator Debra Mulé, a Democrat from Freeport, said she’s not giving up on a proposed bill that would impose a 5 cent fee for each bag given out at supermarkets and shops. “It’s … more
The Nassau County Council of Chambers of Commerce has launched its “Main Street” and “Shop Local” initiatives to encourage Long Islanders to consider their own downtowns when deciding where to shop for the holidays. more
Two years after Todd Kaminsky was elected to the State Senate, he has proven to be a vocal and aggressive advocate in the 9th District and beyond. He deserves another term. The former federal … more
It was a night of record-setting success for South Nassau Communities Hospital at its 2018 Soirée Under the Stars fundraiser, benefitting the center’s $60 million Emergency Department … more
In honor of their leadership and vision that led to the affiliation between South Nassau Communities Hospital and the Mount Sinai Health System, Joseph Fennessy, chairman of South Nassau’s board of … more
Baldwinite Danielle Cittadino thought she was buying her golden retriever, Max, from Shake A Paw in Lynbrook, she said. As it turned out, she later learned, she was leasing him. Now a bill on Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s desk could make the practice of leasing pets illegal. more
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