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Nassau County signs bill banning biological males from women's sports amid legal challenges. more
Temperatures on Monday and Tuesday are likely to bring dangerous feels like temperatures between 95 and 104 across the entire state. more
Town of Hempstead Councilman Chris Carini, who's represented the 5th Councilmanic District since 2019,  has died unexpectedly.  more
As temperatures soar on Long Island this summer, firefighters face intensified dangers while battling blazes. High heat and humidity exacerbate the already strenuous demands of firefighting, putting … more
The Village of Sea Cliff has begun the process to amend its village code to grant the building inspector the authority to regulate the working hours of contractors operating within village limits. … more
Oyster Bay’s Planting Fields Foundation is set to launch its most immersive Catalyst program yet, with a weeklong series of art workshops culminating in a unique performance on the historic … more
Long Beach city officials gave an update last week on legal action they initiated after the planning of an unauthorized gathering of more than 500 people on the beach three weeks ago that, as it … more
As summer unfolds in Glen Cove, the community once again becomes a hub of activity, offering a variety of events and activities for residents and visitors. The Morgan Park Summer Music Festival is an … more
A sentimental gift to Theodore Roosevelt was recently recovered and returned to his home at Sagamore Hill after being stolen from a display case at the Theodore Roosevelt Inaugural National Historic … more
Leaders of the Friedberg JCC, in Oceanside, recently reflected on a successful year, and handed out awards to longstanding members and others who have made significant contributions to the … more
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