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Last year, when Marilyn Cranin of the Nassau Land Trust — the non-profit operator of Crossroads Farm — saw the renovations Joseph DeVito did to his tableware shop, White House Home in Malverne, Cranin knew she had found the perfect person for a specific undertaking. “She got me involved in the farm’s advisory council,” DeVito said. “My focus became beautification and enhancement.” more
State Senator Jack Martins joined the race for county executive on Wednesday, announcing his candidacy as a Republican at a press conference in Mineola. more
The East Rockaway Public Library will be holding a community craft night on May 3 from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. more
The East Rockaway Public Library will be holding its annual book sale from April 29 through May 4. more
Charles Bibbs, Verna Hart, Anthony Armstrong and James Denmark will be displaying and selling their original artwork on April 29 and April 30 at Mavruk Décor in Lynbrook. more
The East Rockaway Fire Department will host a RecruitNY Open House this Sunday from 10 a.m. to noon at four of its firehouses and its headquarters. The event will be held at the Liberty Hose Co. … more
Federal prosecutors in Manhattan announced on April 25 charges against three former NYPD officers from the South Shore, among others, for their alleged roles in multiple, years-long schemes to … more
Bob Fumagalli, 69, was appointed to the role of village clerk on April 11, at the village’s annual reorganization meeting. Fumagalli previously served as deputy village clerk — and his appointment fills a vacancy left by Bob Barra, who retired in January. Fumagalli has been married for 45 years, and has two children and five grandchildren. He has spent 32 years in the business world as a retail executive prior to being hired by the village in 2000. On his decision to pursue a different direction, he said, “Why not use my experience to help the village where my wife grew up and we lived?” The Herald recently discussed with Fumagalli what it’s like working for the village. more
“Back in the day there was Studnick Auto Parts,” wrote Car Geek on the online car forum jalopyjournal.com. “They had wood floors and the owners lived upstairs above the shop. If you needed something after they closed, you would ring their bell and they would come down and sell you the part.” This is how many of us remember this popular store. But, before there was Studnick’s — there was Roeckel’s General Store. more
Four Cadette Girl Scouts from Troop 2033 were tasked with solving a concern within their community to earn their Silver Award. Taking into account Valley Stream’s diversity, these Girl Scouts decided to research and present Valley Stream’s different religions’ practices to their peers on April 3 to foster understanding amongst people of different faiths. more
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