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Several local roadways will be closed this weekend for the Long Island Marathon, which is expected to attract thousands of athletes and spectators to the region. For more than 40 years, Long Islanders … more
Police are searching for a suspect who reportedly attempted to shoot a man at the Channel Park Homes late Thursday. Police Commissioner Mike Tangney said that police responded to a reported … more
Curbing distracted driving is a hot topic, and rightfully so. More than 450,000 people were injured in crashes that reportedly involved distracted driving in 2009, according to the National Highway … more
A public hearing will be held at Valley Stream Village Hall on Tuesday, May 3 at 7:30 p.m. to discuss a developer’s request for a zoning variance that would allow for the construction of a three-story, nine-unit apartment building at 138 N. Central Avenue. more
When Gayle Kirschenbaum was growing up in North Woodmere after her family moved from Bayside when she was 5, her mother Mildred, unmercifully chided her daughter for having a big nose and a less-than-stunning appearance. more
Being educated about the complex issues surrounding the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and able to articulate a defense of Israel were the major points of a panel discussion that included questions from the audience about the rise of anti-Semitism on North American college campuses on April 13. more
East Meadowites flocked to a Fire Department stationhouse last week to ask Nassau County Police Department leaders about crime trends in their community at a public safety forum and prescription drug … more
Stars of the successful reality TLC show The Little Couple, Bill Klein and Jen Arnold, drew a crowd of more than 500 people to Madison Theatre at Molloy … more
An East Meadow synagogue’s theater group is inviting the entire community to enjoy their production of a classic tale: “Mary Poppins.” The Temple Emanu-El Players will present the play, … more
Two candidates are squaring off for a seat on the Elmont Board of Education. Michael J. Cantara, 41, a pediatric physical therapist for the New York City Department of Education, is challenging … more
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