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The Town of Hempstead Friday confirmed that two cases of coronavirus have been discovered at Camp Anchor in Lido Beach, a facility that provides activities for developmentally-disabled adults. A … more
U.S. Rep. Kathleen Rice and Rep. Tom Suozzi on Wednesday called on Republican senators to work with the Democratically led House of Representatives to pass another round of economic stimulus, only … more
Hofstra University’s Department of Athletics is suspending intercollegiate athletics competition for the fall sports due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the University's mission to care for the health, safety, and welfare of its student-athletes, coaches, and staff. more
Though the coronavirus remains a concern, Lynbrook and Rockville Centre residents can still use the Lynbrook Village Pool as long as they adhere to social distancing guidelines. more
After more than 600 residents said they wanted Lynbrook Public Schools to host their annual summer playground program, administrators announced it would return on July 27 under strict guidelines to ensure the safety of students and staff. more
Amid the still-serious threat of the coronavirus, local senior centers and libraries have tightened restrictions and adjusted to a new normal. more
By James Bernstein jbernstein@liherald.com     On Father's Day this year, Dan Mulvaney used his iPaid to tap out a note to his mother in Long Beach: "How long until I'm … more
While still awaiting guidance and direction from Gov. Andrew Cuomo and New York State’s Education Department on how schools could operate this fall, the state Public High School Athletic Association Covid-19 Task Force held two meetings in June to discuss multiple scenarios for sports. more
Long Island is set to begin Phase Four reopening of the economy on July 8, including universities and colleges. As of press time Monday, however, Governor Cuomo said there was no word yet whether the … more
Businesses in Seaford and Wantagh continued to open under the state’s Phase 4 rules last week, but the fanfare was somewhat muted. The two hamlets have relatively few of the businesses most likely to benefit, and many that were already open continued to operate under severe restrictions. Still, every move in the direction of business as usual was cause for relief. more
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