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On Monday afternoon in Elmont, drivers were advised that Meecham Avenue was closed in both directions between Dutch Broadway and East Street due to a police activity, officials said.  more
Five Franklin Square teens participated in Camp Fahrenheit 516, Nassau County's Jr. Fire Camp, in Bethpage, from July 24 - 28. more
The signs all said "Coming soon." more
On Wednesday, Aug. 16, all 54 Nassau County public high school varsity football programs will begin preparations for the upcoming season, scheduled to open Friday, Sept. 8 with a handful of games. more
Soon-to-be sixth-graders at Elmont Union Free School District were educated on the relevance and importance of deoxyribonucleic acid during a three-day workshop titled, "What's All This Talk About DNA." more
Franklin Square had a special guest visit the library on July 28: Eddie Costello with his version of the PBS series, "Antiques Roadshow." more
Duke Obule, a Cambria Heights, Queens, man, was sentenced on Aug. 2 to five to 10 years in prison for manslaughter, assault and other charges related to a fatal hit-and-run car crash on Hempstead Turnpike that killed Paul Mitacek, an Elmont man, in April 2016, Nassau County District Attorney Madeline Singas said. more
The Empire State Development Corp., a state economic development organization, issued a request for proposals on July 31 for the redevelopment of about 43 acres of property in Belmont Park, with the state's Franchise Oversight Board, a panel of five senators working with the New York Racing Association, as a partner in the process. more
Gottschee, a former German-speaking region of Slovenia, in central Europe, might no longer be, but its spirit lives on at the annual Gottscheer Volkfest, hosted for the 71st time on June 4 by the Plattduetsche Park Restaurant in Franklin Square. more
"It's like going through a minefield! Most of these avenues -minefield! Meacham Avenue - minefield! Everywhere it's destroyed!" That was how Nicholas Anjos, an Eastern Meat Farms deli clerk, described the roads in Franklin Square. more
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