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As the temperature rises during the summer season, New York American Water is asking that its Nassau County customers to use an odd/even schedule for outside watering to help avert the possibility of “stringent summertime water use restrictions,” company officials said. more
Inwood Country Club hosted the annual United States Tennis Association Long Island Region Kids’ Day on July 21 sponsored by the USTA LI Region and the Inwood Charities Fund, Inc. more
Village officials and residents honored Stephen R. Mahler, who served as mayor of Atlantic Beach for 18 years —1996 to 2014 — at a dinner at the Ocean Club in Atlantic Beach on July 22. more
A love of movies inspired Matthew Goldstein of Woodsburgh and Elliot Fuchs of Woodmere to create the Woodsburgh-based Hanover Film Co., in 2013. more
Arrest LAWRENCE-On July 17 at 7:10 p.m. on Lawrence Avenue, Jonahs A. Hernandez, 19, of Valley Stream, was arrested for possession of marijuana, according to police. more
It is the cluster of buses parking on his street that upsets Henry Schwartz of 395 Summit Ave. in Cedarhurst. Danit Zerykier’s screen on the front door of her Summit Avenue home got slashed and she feels felt her safety has been threatened. more
A three-phase plan will be implemented next year to repave and replace curbs and sidewalks along West Broadway from Hewlett through Cedarhurst, according to County Legislator Howard Kopel (R-Lawrence). more
Helping kindergartners to fifth-graders who are in need “shop” for items ranging from notebooks to winter jackets will be the focus at the third annual National Council of Jewish Women’s Peninsula and South Shore sections’ Back 2 School Store, and a variety of services are available to help the students’ parents. more
Gerard “Jerry” Walsh was part of the class that earned the first health care administration degrees from St. John’s University in 1979, and the Queens native — who spent his formative years in Elmhurst and began working in Forest Hills — has returned after 17 years in Maryland to be the new chief executive officer of St. John’s Episcopal Hospital in Far Rockaway. more
Island Harvest expects to serve more than 175,000 lunch meals to 4,000 children this summer through its Summer Food Service Program, administered by the Food and Nutrition Service, an agency of the … more
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