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Q. I’m wondering how the pandemic has affected architects and contractors. As we prepare to start our home planning, we’re concerned about whether we’ll have delays. We want to get this going before winter, if possible . . . more
Q. Our master bathroom is old and small, so we tore it apart and started making it wider, cutting into the attic next to it. We called a plumber . . . more
Someone who provides daycare for a student at the Covert Avenue School and a parent of stuents at the Clara H. Carlson School have tested positive for the coronavirus, Elmont Superintendent Kenneth … more
The coronavirus pandemic brought our local and regional economies to a screeching halt, and resulted in a sharp rise in unemployment. I am proud of the role the Nassau County Industrial Development Agency has played — and continues to play — in our county’s recovery. more
When I was in third grade, Mrs. Heller told me I needed to grow an “elephant” skin because I cried when someone said something mean to me. So it was ironic to be an opinion writer in the time of Trump. more
As I watch the final days of the election campaign, I keep thinking about the words of writer-philosopher George Santayana, who said, “Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it.” more
A parent of a student at the Dutch Broadway School in Elmont has tested positive for the coronavirus, Superintendent Kenneth Rosner wrote in a letter to parents on Oct. 27. All students and staff … more
Every year before Memorial Day, the VFW Pot 2718 in Franklin Square holds a Buddy Poppy Drive to raise money for veterans in need, but was unable to this year due to the coronavirus pandemic. Now, … more
Elmont and Sewanhaka school district officials have had to close some school buildings last week, as the novel coronavirus continues to spread through the community. H. Frank Carey High School, … more
Hundreds of Nassau County residents stood in a line snaking through the parking lot on the west side of the Elmont Memorial Library for up to five hours last Saturday, waiting for their chance to … more
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