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In the waning months of her first year in office, County Legislator Debra Mulé has hired a new legislative aide that will serve as a Hispanic community liaison in an effort to support and connect with the sizable Latino population that lives in District 5 — Baldwin, Freeport, Merrick, Oceanside and South Hempstead. more
— NY Fit Fest FitFest NY will be held on Edwards Boulevard beach on Saturday, Sept. 29 from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. World-renowned athletes, celebrity trainers and influencers will lead activities … more
“He was my best friend, and he was lots of people’s best friend. He just kind of had that way about him. He touched a lot of people’s lives, and he’s going to be missed by many, many … more
PSEG Long Island presented a check to the owner of a new bakery in the West End for building her business with energy efficient equipment in a longtime-vacant space. Catherine Schimenti, the … more
Lynbrook Mayor Alan Beach and the board of trustees are hosting a public hearing on Oct. 1 at 8 p.m. at Village Hall regarding an application by Tewilliger and Barton Properties, LLC to build a 200-unit apartment complex known as The Cornerstone at Lynbrook. more
More than 200 people made their way to JJ Coopers on Sept. 15 for the 3rd annual Long Beach Oyster Fest, where they enjoyed live music, beer and oyster sampling. “It was home run,” said … more
The Hempstead Town Board unanimously approved legislation on Sept. 20 requiring businesses to place signs at cash registers warning about the dangers of electronic aerosol delivery systems, including vapes and electronic cigarettes. more
When the Hempstead Town Board passed a law last week requiring businesses that sell vaping products to post large signs about its dangers — there to share in the credit was the Levittown Community Action Coalition and YES Community Counseling Center. more
Two of Valley Stream’s four school districts overfilled their unassigned reserve funds in the past school year, according to financial statements filed with the state. more
Superintendents from four Valley Stream school districts said they would consider installing speed cameras around schools, after Nassau County Executive Laura Curran proposed an opt-in program for school districts earlier this month. more
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