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Developers Brooklyn Sports and Entertainment Global and RXR Realty cleared a hurdle on the way to approval of their proposed $1.5 billion commercial and residential plan to convert the Nassau Hub … more
The Hempstead Town Board on Tuesday voted 6-1 to only publish legal and bid notices in the Suffolk County-based Long Island Business News in 2019. more
The state comptroller has found that Medicaid patients in treatment for opioid addiction are being prescribed opioids outside of the programs, because of lax monitoring by health officials and prescribers. Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli released an audit of state opioid treatment programs on Nov. 26, and shared his concerns with the Department of Health. more
Neil Grover ascended from the classrooms of Bellmore’s John F. Kennedy High School in 1973 to performances around the nation today with the Boston Pops Orchestra, as one of the country’s premier percussionists. more
A teenager from Valley Stream went missing on Dec. 11 at 6 p.m., police report. more
Elaine Gross, president of the Syosset-based nonprofit ERASE Racism, calls it “racialized school segregation.” Long Island comprises 125 school districts — some as small as one square mile — and 42 percent are all-white or nearly all-white, according to a 2017 ERASE Racism report. Meanwhile, 24 percent are majority African-American/Hispanic districts. more
A 1951 South Side High School alumna and longtime choral singer, Elaine Bergman, saw her first live opera as a 10th-grader in 1949, and has since performed more times than she can count at Carnegie Hall. more
Twenty years ago, Roy Ruland trudged through the unkempt Waverly Avenue Cemetery, in Patchogue, looking for the grave marker of the family’s oldest known relative: the Rev. Luke Ruland, the first Baptist minister in Patchogue and a Revolutionary War soldier. more
Nassau County police are searching for an unidentified man whom they have linked to several scams in which he preyed on elderly Nassau residents and bilked them out of thousands of dollars. more
The Hempstead Town Board last month approved a $2.5 million bond to cover a settlement to a driver who was injured in a crash with a town sand truck in Oceanside in 2013. more
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