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A fire in the cockloft of the Precision Auto Body building at 691 Burnside Ave., in Lawrence resulted in the roof collapsing, but no one was injured, according to fire officials. more
Nassau County voters will choose their next district attorney in November 2015, ten months after current D.A. Kathleen Rice leaves the post for a seat in Congress. Meanwhile, Rice’s top deputy or an appointee of Gov. Andrew Cuomo will take the reins as the county’s head prosecutor. more
Police seek public’s help Crime Stoppers and the Nassau County police are seeking the public’s help in identifying these men, above, in connection with an alleged identity theft in Woodmere. more
The Hewlett-Lawrence Blue Gunners lost its only contest of their nine-game season as they dropped a 3-1 decision to the Syosset Cyclones at Woodmere Middle School last Sunday. more
The Hewlett Leaders Corps sponsored its second annual Fall Bash on Nov. 3 for special-needs students at Hewlett High School and a dozen other schools including Lynbrook, East Rockaway, Mineola, and New Hyde Park. Hewlett High’s Bulldog Buddies, a student organization, also attended the dance. more
From athletic to academic teams Hebrew Academy of the Five Towns (HAFTR) High School students are thriving. more
I go over to my turntable, place a vinyl record on top, then place the needle and hit play. A tempest of thoughts races through my mind about friction. more
Former Woodmere resident Pearl Silverstein, who enjoyed games from the handball court to putting puzzles together, died on Nov. 12. She was 93. more
Residents living near John F. Kennedy airport could be eligible for federal grant money to soundproof their homes from aircraft noise if the Federal Aviation Administration decides to lower the threshold for measuring noise from 65 decibels to 55. more
One of the old fashioned “Three Rs” of “reading, ’riting and ‘rithmetic is being promoted through the “Million Minute Reading Challenge” where students in the Number Five School, along with their families and school staff, are seeking to log a cumulative total of one million minutes of reading by Dec. 9, when the school holds its annual Family Literacy Night. more
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