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Tuesday, February 9, 2016
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Hundreds of people gathered on Plainfield Avenue and marched to the main entrance of Belmont Park on Saturday, protesting Nassau Off Track Betting’s decision to house video lottery terminals in the … more
With budget cuts and a possible reduction of county services becoming closer to reality for Nassau County residents, there was a palpable feeling of nervousness at the Jan. 5 East End Civic … more
It was when Lawrence resident Avram Weissman’s daughter Rivka, 8, and old son Shmuel, 6, were both discovered to have allergies to tree nuts, peanuts and sesame seeds, Weissman decided something needed to be done to help alert people to his — and other families’ — food allergies. more
Governor Andrew Cuomo spoke at the Long Island Association’s annual breakfast on Tuesday, Jan. 5, and revealed what he plans to accomplish … more
Nassau County Off-Track Betting announced last week its intention to house a 100,000-square-foot video lottery terminal facility on the western portion of the grandstand at the 430-acre Belmont … more
The New York Cosmos will be transforming an underused basketball court on the grounds of Clara H. Carlson Elementary School in Elmont into a soccer pitch. With charity partner Street Soccer USA and … more
An unidentified employee of the Roosevelt Field Mall was shot in the back of the shoulder during a robbery at the Tourneau store just before one p.m. The 67 year-old victim, who was not involved in … more
This Christmas, will a new Smith & Wesson be under your tree? more
Local politicians and community leaders descended on the main entrance to Belmont Park, on Hempstead Turnpike in Elmont, on Dec. 10 to voice their concerns about the possible installation of video … more
Before the New York Equestrian Center opened its Horse Gym, Spa & Rehabilitation Center in West Hempstead a few months ago, the nearest facility offering physical therapy for horses was three hours away, in southern New Jersey. “Horses would have to ride in trailers for three hours to get treatment,” said Alex Jacobson, who has owned the equestrian center for nearly 10 years. more
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