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It has been over three years since the crime-infested Courtesy Hotel was demolished and residents of West Hempstead — along with politicians — breathed a well-deserved sigh of relief after a 10-year battle to shut it down. more
T.J. Brennan, Scott Brinton, Michael Ganci, Mary Malloy and Brian Racow contributed to this story Commuters and other Lynbrook and East Rockaway residents said this week that they were growing … more
With a possible Long Island Rail Road strike a few days away, Baldwin residents are preparing for what could be longer commutes — and headaches. more
South Nassau Communities Hospital officially marked the grand opening of its new urgent-care center at the Long Beach Medical Center campus last week, calling it the first step toward restoring … more
A mini golf course is opening on a section of the Superblock this week, a new addition to the growing food and entertainment options at the beach. Located adjacent to the Riverside Boulevard … more
With thousands of commuters facing a possible strike this Sunday, the Metropolitan Transportation Authority said that in addition to an existing ferry service in Rockaway, it will add a free ferry … more
After negotiations between the Metropolitan Transportation Authority and the Long Island Rail Road’s eight unions “collapsed” on Monday, an LIRR strike that could strand more than … more
With less than two weeks to go before a potentially crippling Long Island Rail Road strike, the Metropolitan Transportation Authority and eight LIRR unions were set to return to the bargaining table once again this week to discuss contract negotiations. The National Mediation Board, a three-member, quasi-governmental agency, scheduled a meeting between the MTA and union officials on Tuesday in Manhattan. more
Long Beach police arrested three men on Wednesday night after several gunshots rang out as police broke up a crowd of hundreds who had gathered on the beach — an incident that had residents on … more
The Merrick Chamber of Commerce recently recognized two Merokeans for their service to the community, naming Arlene Gregory as its Professional of the Year and Robert Klieger as its Merchant of the Year in a ceremony at R.S. Jones restaurant on Monday. more
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