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Monday, March 30, 2015
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A section of a modular home that was in the process of being lifted by a crane in the West End broke loose on Friday and crashed to the street. The incident occurred just after noon at 93 … more
Nearly two and a half years after Hurricane Sandy devastated the homes and lives of New York and New Jersey residents, Race2Rebuild’s next Run, Ride, Rebuild event will be held on Saturday, April … more
It’s no secret that several unincorporated parts of the Town of Hempstead have more than their fair share of illegal rentals. The lack of legal apartments in the area is partially to blame, as are the high rental costs of those available. Past town solutions never seemed to make a meaningful dent in the problem, and allows landlords to continue renting parts of their homes without regards to fire safety and other important housing concerns. more
When Nassau BOCES came up with the idea to create the Doshi STEM Institute, a half-day, five-days-a-week learning experience for high school students focusing on science, technology, engineering and math, the Malverne school district immediately saw its value. more
The Lynbrook village board is fighting to close a local motel that trustees say is home to criminal activity, including the use and dealing of drugs as well as prostitution. At the March 16 board … more
bmurray@liherald.com Simon Property Group, the company that owns the Roosevelt Field Mall, made a $23.2-billion offer on March 20 to purchase Macerich Co., which owns the Green Acres Mall. … more
Shoppers at Valley Stream’s Green Acres Mall will soon have a new option. The mall announced that Century 21 Department Stores would open its newest location in the mall later this year. “The … more
Facing pressure from state and local officials, New York Rising announced a major policy change on Thursday to part of its reimbursement formula that officials say has stalled the rebuilding process … more
This is the third consecutive year in which Peter Holms, proprietor of the Mobil station at 329 Merrick Ave. in Merrick, will donate a cent for every gallon of gasoline he sells in March to Camp Avenue Elementary School. He said that totals about $2,000 each year. more
A fundraiser was held last Sunday at the bayside Reel Restaurant in East Rockaway to help and welcome back former owner Charlie Lunenfeld to East Rockaway. Diagnosed in 2012 with Guillain-Barré … more
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