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Buying a home is more than just making a purchase — it’s one of the most important decisions in a person’s life. Owning a home can be a source of comfort, pride, security and stability. But … more
The Valley Stream Community Fest will be back on Rockaway Avenue for a third year of “food, fun and festivity” on Sept. 27 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. The event, now in its third year, was … more
New businesses are continuing to sprout up in Wantagh. The Chamber of Commerce hosted ribbon-cutting ceremonies for a trio of new merchants on Sept. 12. more
Actor Billy Crystal stood on the corner of Monroe Boulevard and East Chester Street, just a few blocks from where he grew up, and recalled playing ball as a boy in the center malls along Park … more
A Zoning Board of Appeals trustee claims that the city’s corporation counsel, Corey Klein, was not authorized to approve what the zoning official called a “terrible” stipulation agreement with … more
Residents turned out in force at the Aug. 28 Zoning Board of Appeals meeting, criticizing a developer’s proposal to subdivide a residential property and build two new homes, saying that it would … more
It’s impossible to not to look at the soaring white arch on Hempstead Turnpike in front of the Cherry Valley Shopping Center, even if you’ve grown accustomed to its presence. It demands your attention, if only for a moment, as if to say that despite its state of disrepair, it’s not just any old arch. more
Wantagh is proving, yet again, to be a town where everybody can get a chance to pursue their aspirations. More and more businesses are opening and on Aug. 19, three of them celebrated by cutting the ribbon with the Wantagh Chamber of Commerce. more
A Long Beach landlord agreed to pay what city officials are calling a record fine earlier this month for renting illegal apartments that created unsafe conditions for tenants, generated numerous … more
The City Council approved a $20 million short-term borrowing measure at its Aug. 19 meeting to cover the lingering costs of Hurricane Sandy. The measure will fund rebuilding projects ranging from … more
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