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On a sunny, warm night on July 31, residents, police officers and Town of Hempstead officials flocked to EGP Land & Sea in Island Park as part of the “Back the Blue” initiative. more
Gene Scarpato was a singular, special human being. He was friendly, determined, and tenacious yet humble, while also being community-minded and a great family man. More than anything else, he was one of the kindest people I have ever known. He worked tirelessly for the village with his wife Virginia always at his side.  more
Elmont Memorial High School parents had the opportunity to ask administrators questions about the Sewanhaka Central High School District’s reopening plan at a virtual Parent Teacher Student … more
A Black Lives Matter protest in Franklin Square became contentious on Aug. 5, when police officers threatened to arrest demonstrators — and even this reporter — for “obstructing … more
The Franklin Square movie theater will not reopen when Gov. Andrew Cuomo lifts all restrictions on businesses, a sign on its door says. “I’m disappointed that this particular building … more
Mail services across the country have had to adjust to new coronavirus protocols, as more people self-isolated and shopped online. “A lot has changed. It’s been very different,” … more
After years of complaints by residents about the conditions at Elmont Road Park, an online petition asking Town of Hempstead officials to renovate it had garnered more than 1,250 signatures as of … more
School district officials across New York have spent recent months mulling their options to reopen schools, while maintaining social distancing guidelines and adhering to other coronavirus guidance … more
Long Beach City Manager Donna Gayden announced that City Hall has re-opened to the public after closing due to the pandemic. There will be some new protocols in place to ensure the safety and … more
The Nassau County Industrial Development Agency is set to hold hearings Aug. 6 and 7 on one of the biggest development projects in Long Beach in decades, a proposal to build hundreds of high-priced … more
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