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The Nassau County Legislature unanimously approved legislation on Nov. 25 to restrict the sale of most flavored vape products countywide. The law’s passage follows a recent uptick in vaping-related … more
For the past three years, the second floor at 62 South St. in Oyster Bay has remained vacant, despite the property owner’s efforts to rent out the available office space. Now Hamid Nazif, who owns … more
Although the majority of residents voted against the Glen Cove City School District’s proposed $78 million bond on Oct. 22, district officials spared no time in getting together to discuss plans to … more
The mission is to support retired military personnel with a range of services and resources and according to Ralph Esposito, director of the county Veterans Agency — “the event is a mission to … more
For over two decades, residents of Cherrywood and Duck Pond roads have been in conflict with Friends Academy, a K-12 private school on the border of Glen Cove and Locust Valley. While most of the … more
When Carol Waldman announced at the end of September that she would be retiring as executive director of the Glen Cove Senior Center, staff members were heartbroken at the news, Waldman’s … more
If the holiday season approaches, but you’re not feeling very holly-jolly, you’re not alone. Forty-six percent of New York metro area residents have high or very high levels of holiday-induced stress, according to a new “Truth in Medicine” poll conducted by Mount Sinai South Nassau. By comparison, only 31 percent are very highly or highly stressed during non-holiday periods. more
Tom and Mercy, Ben, Nancy and Jacob. These were only five of the slaves who lived on Long Island before New York abolished slavery in 1827. “In some cases, a single piece of paper with one of … more
By Nicole Alcindor  nalcindor@liherald.com  With local stores and eateries gearing up for the holidays, Nassau County Executive Laura Curran, the county Industrial Agency and the Nassau … more
The Holocaust Memorial and Tolerance Center of Nassau County, on Crescent Road in Glen Cove, was vandalized over the weekend, center officials said, with graffiti found on the property and damage to many of signs and gardens. more
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