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  For the purpose of reducing Long Islanders' stress about applying to college during the pandemic, Herald Inside LI held a webinar sponsored by Molloy College, on November 19, which was … more
A study conducted by Walden Environmental Engineering has determined that New York American Water ratepayers in the Town of Hempstead would see savings between $70 and $383 a year if the town … more
South Shore foodies now have a new place to brunch on Sundays, but instead of sitting down at a trendy restaurant, residents can satisfy their cravings from a handful of food trucks parked at the … more
Ron Walsh, a high-ranking veteran Nassau County police officer, was to be sworn in Friday as Long Beach’s new top cop after a farewell ceremony at Nassau police headquarters.  Instead, … more
Nassau County Executive Laura Curran must quarantine for 10 days because of a recent exposure to a person who had tested positive for Covid-19. Curran's press office reported Thursday that the … more
As the coronavirus pandemic drags on, South Shore supermarkets are persevering, ensuring they remain committed to serving their customers in the safest ways possible. Many supermarkets, such as … more
The Mary Brennan INN in Hempstead will host its next no-contact curbside food drive to collect the most needed items for guests of the soup kitchen.   Call (516) 732-6009 with … more
U.S. Rep. Tom Suozzi, of Glen Cove, was in the House of Representatives chamber when the Capitol was breached Wednesday afternoon. A debate over certification of Electoral College results in the presidential race was just getting under way, sometime between 3 and 4 p.m.. Then, abruptly, members of Congress were instructed to retrieve the gas masks from under their chairs. more
The Herald-Citizen’s Person of the Year, Elise Ann Howell-Fehling, has had many titles over the years — waitress, administrative assistant, life skills coach — but none of them … more
Many people made real, tangible differences in their communities this year — some in offices, some in schools and some in their homes. The Herald-Citizen’s Person of the Year, Stephen … more
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