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Long Island soccer fans rejoiced as World Cup champion and all-time leading goal scorer for the United States Women’s National Team Abby Wambach arrived in Garden City for a meet and greet with fans at Roosevelt Field Mall last week. 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
A group of Herald Community Newspapers editors, reporters and interns took a kayak tour on Nassau County’s wild side, at the Town of Hempstead’s Norman J. Levy Park and Preserve in Merrick, on July 24. more
The Bellmore Movies once again hosted the Long Island International Film Expo, which presented a wide array of movies, from horror to comedy and mystery, by a variety of filmmakers, some local and some international. For the 18th year, the expo gave filmmakers an intimate opportunity to share their work with industry executives and movie-goers alike. more
Each night as a child, Connie Roberts stroked her white plastic rosary beads, recited her prayers and curled up in her comfortless bed at the Mount Carmel Industrial School for Girls, in Ireland’s Midlands region. She often heard screams echo through the cavernous institution. Now 52, Roberts can still hear them in her head. They were, she said, “the worst.” more
Rockville Centre will be hosting fire departments from across the area for the 2015 Nassau County Parade and Drill Tournament on Saturday, July 25. more
He was an example of the America dream. Giacomo Anthony Campanile who was known as Tony to those he helped furnish their homes, offices, business and even boats, came to the U.S. at 16 from Prata, Avellino, Italy where he was born on May 26, 1938. more
After Hurricane Sandy struck, engineers visited thousands of damaged homes on the South Shore to evaluate the damage and determine whether the storm had caused structural damage — decisions that were critical to the process of finalizing how much money insurance agencies would pay out to their clients. more
From showing compassion for faculty and students who had just lost their principal to disciplining and setting teenagers straight, Patrick Pizzarelli has mixed faith and tough love in an educational career that spanned 39 years, 23½ of which were in the Lawrence School District. more
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