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Herald Newspapers is looking for an experienced journalist to report for and edit one of our newspapers covering communities on Long Island, New York. The focus of our paper is community news; on the …

Five employees sue Town of Hempstead

Four current or former employees of the Town of Hempstead’s Sanitary District 6, and one former employee of the town’s parks department, have filed complaints claiming that their employer violated their constitutional rights and stifled their opportunity for job advancement.

Guest columnist

They are no magic pills to reach your goals

The multi-billion dollar big business of performance-enhancing and dietary supplementation has its vision aimed in the direction of athletes striving to increase performance and fitness fanatics …

MMA fighters, fans ready for N.Y.

When New York Governor Andrew Cuomo put pen to paper on April 16, 2016, it became a landmark day for the world of Mixed Martial Arts (MMA). By signing the legislation, Cuomo made New York the 50th and final state to legalize the sport of MMA after years of debate.

Crime Watch

Massive heroin and cocaine ring busted

Thirty-one people, including suspects from West Hempstead, Valley Stream and Elmont, were indicted on July 14 in one of Nassau County’s largest drug busts in history, according to District Attorney Madeline Singas.


Terror in Nice

July 14, 2016: Before the horror unfolded, it was a joyous Bastille Day in France, and the citizens of Nice, a seaside resort town on the French Riviera, were celebrating the occasion with a parade and a …

The week ahead

The Friends of the Library are hosting their book sale at the Lynbrook Public Library. The sale will run from August 3 through 9. Times vary so be sure to check with the library website or call …

The week ahead

East Rockaway will host a viewing of Hocus Pocus on Friday July 29. The film will begin at 8:15 p.m. at Memorial Park, Woods and Atlantic avenues.

The week ahead

The Lynbrook Public Library is hosting a movie event on August 1 at 2 p.m. They will be showing the film Minions, which is rated PG. For more information call 516-599-8630.