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Hundreds of people gathered in the auditorium at Bethpage High School on June 11 to learn about the ambitious proposal by the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation to contain and … more
Roughly 32 million men across the United States that stand 5 feet 8-inches and under and the average height of an American man is 5 feet 9.5 inches (investing.calsci.com), and Under 5-10, a relative newcomer to the world of men’s fashion, wants to dress them all with properly fitted shirts, pants, belts and ties. more
The Hewlett-Woodmere Business Association held its general membership meeting and networking event at the Five Towns Premier Rehabilitation & Nursing Center in Woodmere on March 12. more
The Hewlett-Woodmere Business Association welcomed Babe with a Blade to the neighborhood with a ribbon-cutting ceremony outside the building. more
Gov. Andrew Cuomo last week signed into law the Green Light Bill allowing undocumented immigrants to obtain New York state driver’s licenses. The State Assembly and Senate approved the measure in June. New York joins 12 other states, Washington, D.C. and Puerto Rico in passing such legislation. more
By most accounts, riders on the Long Island Rail Road have had a rough couple of years. In fact, in 2017 the transit agency saw its worst on-time performance in more than two decades, and 2018 was … more
Avi Cohen, of Woodmere, founded A. Cohen Law Firm in 2015 after practicing more than eight years at Manhattan-based Kasowitz Benson Torres LLP. more
Nearly 1,600 people filled the Friedberg JCC in Oceanside for Herald Community Newspapers’ inaugural Kidz Zone Expo on March 3. more
One offshore wind developer is proposing a wind farm that, if approved, would span 80,000 acres in the Atlantic Ocean off Long Island’s South Shore, with its closest point to land being 14 miles … more
Nearly three years have passed, but the Nassau County Back Bays Coastal Storm Risk Management Feasibility Study to examine, in part, if storm gates can be installed at the Jones and East Rockaway inlets, will require more time, according to Scott Sanderson, section chief of coastal planning for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Philadelphia District. more
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