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After receiving complaints alleging drug activity at 22 Putnam Avenue in Glen Cove, Glen Cove Police began actively investigating the location. On June 22nd the Glen Cove Police Vicki M. … more
The Taxpayers Party won handily in Tuesday’s Bayville village election, just like it did in 2016, this time capturing the mayor’s seat and all four trustee seats. Bob De Natale, who was elected … more
The founding of a new nonprofit organization, Coalition Against an UnSound Crossing, has ramped up the opposition to Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s plans to build a tunnel from Oyster Bay to Rye. Led by … more
Old Westbury Gardens’ Westbury House welcomes visitors to its Garden Faire and Gymkhana — as a kickoff to its latest exhibit “The Great War: Portraits of Privilege, Duty, and Sacrifice." more
Performances/On Stage Cirque du SoleilThe inventive circus troupe returns to Long Island with their “Big Top” show “Volta,” Friday, June 22, 8 p.m.; Saturday, June 23, … more
She’s a fixture on children’s entertainment scene, but Laurie Berkner is so much more than that. more
Long Beach High School will be hold its 95th annual commencement ceremony at 5 p.m. on Friday at the Long Beach Middle School on Veteran’s Memorial Field. The school announced in November that … more
North Woodmere resident Bernard Igielski fulfilled a lifelong dream by meeting a relative of Dr. Berthold Epstein, the man who saved his life four times at the Auschwitz concentration camp. more
By Elizabeth Thompson Skudin Surf and the Hurley Surf Club celebrated International Surf Day June 16, where hundreds of kids and adults received free surfing lessons with professional big-wave … more
Formerly the Long Beach Diner, Syrtaki Greek Restaurant Taverna is the newest creation of owner Theodore Agelis, who is originally from Greece. Since numerous diners grace the area . . . more
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