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People started to stream into the demonstration in front of the Nassau County Legislature and Executive Building in Mineola nearly an hour before the scheduled 5:30 p.m. start time. They had come to … more
With the potential Phase Two reopening of Long Island’s economy a week and a half away, Governor Cuomo issued an executive order Sunday allowing dental offices to return to work statewide … more
People started to stream into the demonstration in front of the Nassau County Executive Building and Legislature in Mineola nearly an hour before the scheduled 5:30 p.m. start time. They had come to protest the killing of George Floyd by a Minneapolis police officer. Shouting “I can’t breathe,” they came from parts across the county and beyond.   The … more
The East Rockaway School District continued its annual celebration of Red Nose Day virtually on May 21. This is the fourth consecutive year the district participated in the fundraising event. more
Rhame Avenue Elementary School student, Joseph Petraro, 7, became a published author on March 27. His book, entitled, “The Pumpkin Man vs. The Boogie Man,” is available for purchase … more
As the coronavirus pandemic continued to reach its peak in April, Lynbrook resident and musician Daniel Weinkauf dropped his fifth solo album just in time to give parents, teachers and children something to listen to. more
With the coronavirus pandemic leaving many construction projects in limbo, Nassau County officials are still eying early 2021 to begin building the $408 million Bay Park Conveyance Project. more
Lynbrook High School business teacher Dr. Benedict Tieniber is showing the class of 2020 how much he cares for them, one mile at a time. 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
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