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To all those who have subscribed to the Herald for years — and to those who are new readers — the staff of Herald Community Newspapers wanted to take a moment to say thank you. more
We marked Memorial Day on Monday, honoring all those who died in military service to our nation. It was a holiday unlike past years . . . more
Nassau Community College’s decision to remove a pair of popular programs designed to help students with autism spectrum disorder in and out of the classroom has parents and educators concerned. They want the programs restored. more
Elmont and Franklin Square business leaders said their downtowns were slowly coming back to life on Wednesday, the first day of Long Island's Phase One reopening of its economy, and they said they hoped people would abide by social-distancing protocols to ensure the economy stays open. more
Freeport businesses are cautiously optimistic about their future as Long Island began the Phase One reopening of its battered economy on May 27.  Phase One allows construction and wholesale … more
The Freeport School District will be holding a live public meeting on the proposed $188 million budget for the  2020-21 school year tonight, at 7:30 p.m. The meeting will be held through a … more
The Nassau County Police Department’s Missing Persons Squad is looking for help in finding a Freeport teen who went missing on May 25, at 1 a.m., in Freeport.  Police detectives said … more
NYCB Live announced on May 16 that it would be launching drive-in movie weekends this spring and summer at Nassau Coliseum in Uniondale. The first movie screening will be DreamWorks Animation's … more
As projected, Long Island began the Phase One reopening of its battered economy on Wednesday, paving the way for construction and wholesale trade companies to restart operations, along with retailers for curbside pickup only. more
As projected, Long Island began the Phase One reopening of its battered economy on Wednesday, paving the way for construction and wholesale trade companies to restart operations, along with retailers for curbside pickup only. more
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