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Sunday, January 25, 2015
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The city announced Sunday that it will likely declare a snow emergency on Monday, in anticipation of what weather forecasters are calling a "crippling and potentially historic" blizzard expected … more
On January 27, Linda Stephenson, branch manager at Lynrbook's Bethpage Federal Credit Union, will be officially inducted as the President of the Lynbrook Chamber of Commerce. Stephenson, who takes … more
Long Beach police busted two illegal massage parlors on Wednesday that were offering more than just back rubs, and arrested four women on prostitution and unlicensed massage charges. Long Beach … more
Those looking to go to a certain local eatery these past few weeks were greeted by a sign announcing its temporary closure. The Seaford Palace Diner on Merrick Road seemed to have shut its doors out of the blue as most residents and Seaford officials were not even aware of it until after it happened. more
esidents tired of seeing the vacant storefronts on Gibson Boulevard can breathe a sign of relief, as the demolition of the site is completed and the site is ready to be developed as a new affordable … more
More than 1,000 people gathered for a community meeting in Westbury on Jan. 15 in a show of united opposition to a proposed video lottery terminal in a now-vacant Fortunoff at the Source Mall. more
Last week, officials from various departments at the New York American Water Company — including production, engineering and distribution — met to discuss, among other things, a water main replacement schedule for Malverne. “Right now we have Malverne Avenue and Nassau Avenue scheduled for replacement,” said Production Manager Richard Kern. “Those two streets are included in the 6,000 feet of main we’ll replace at least during the first six months of this year.” more
Even as Stop & Shop employees, community leaders from the Chamber of Commerce and the fire department, a Town of Hempstead official and local reporters gathered for a ribbon-cutting ceremony at 7:45 a.m. last Friday, and snowflakes fell fast and thick, customers hurried past to see all that the new Merrick Mall supermarket offers and start filling their shopping carts. more
A recent article in The New York Times reported that 2014 was a banner year for Manhattan real estate, thanks to the sale of ultra-luxury apartments. Are Malverne and West Hempstead following the same trend? Not quite, but activity in both communities is trending upward, according to industry data, with more homes being sold and their prices steadily rising. more
In 2015, residents of Lynbrook and East Rockaway can expect their chambers of commerce to push the issue of local shopping with new events and new leadership, according to the heads of both … more
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