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Tuesday, December 23, 2014
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A Hicksville man has been arrested and charged with setting a fire behind Billy Dean’s Showtime Café in North Bellmore, authorities said. more
Rick Whelan, chief of the Organized Crime and Rackets Bureau at the Nassau County district attorney’s office, took a brief breather after the news conference. Only minutes earlier, he had stood beside D.A. Kathleen Rice and County Executive Ed Mangano to announce that a team of federal and local investigators had “dismantled” an alleged multi-million-dollar heroin pipeline that stretched from Mexico and California to New York City and Long Island. more
Imagine being a recent immigrant without access to much, a senior citizen on a fixed income forced to count every penny, a homeless person struggling to survive on the street or anyone who has … more
H. Frank Carey High School softball players Ruth Rodriguez and Jenna Turato have signed National Letters of Intent to play softball after graduation. Ruth will play for the New York Institute of … more
Patrons at the Elmont Public Library paused at the new checkout machines near the building’s entrance as employees at the customer service desk kept a watchful eye for any signs of confusion. … more
The Fourth Squad reports the arrest of an Elmont man for an assault that occurred on Thursday, Dec. 11, at 1:52 p.m. in Elmont. According to detectives, Bureau of Special Operations officers were … more
The Major Case Bureau reports the details of an arrest for grand larceny and possession of a forged instrument that occurred on Friday, Dec. 5, at 7 p.m. in East Garden City. According to Crimes … more
Polk Street School PTA in Franklin Square held its annual toy drive from Nov. 24, to Dec. 5. This year, the toys were donated to the Toys for Tots program and collected by the U.S. Marines, … more
Hempstead Town Clerk Nasrin Ahmad, right, lends a helping hand to Ennio Rizzi of Franklin Square at the 2014 S.T.O.P. (Stop Throwing Out Pollutants) Program, which was recently held at Baldwin Park. … more
The Franklin Square Chamber of Commerce held its general meeting last month. Present were the Chamber’s board members and Town of Hempstead officials. From left, Secretary Joe McDonald, Councilman … more
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