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After nearly a dozen residents showed up to the Town of Hempstead Board of Zoning Appeals meeting last month to protest a controversial driveway at a 7-Eleven under construction in Island Park, the board announced on Feb. 7 that it has ordered the curb cut to be removed. more
Six years ago, with no budget, no permits and no rules, Oceanside native Scott Weil set out to produce the film “Once Upon a Superhero” with its writer and director, John M. Kline, in Los Angeles. After several setbacks and a lengthy post-production process, Weil will return home to Long Island when the award-winning film screens at Malverne Cinema on Feb. 21. more
Mike Graham said he anticipated his Flowers by Mike shop to be busy preparing for its first Valentine’s Day rush, but that didn’t stop him from dedicating two to three hours to preparing and donating 350 roses to patients at South Nassau Communities Hospital on the holiday. more
The Mudra Foundation: Art for a Cause has agreed to underwrite an annual medical education lecture series that will focus on innovations and research in medicine to further medical education at South Nassau Communities Hospital. more
South Nassau Communities Hospital's latest “Truth In Medicine” poll revealed that more than one-third of parents will not or may not vaccine their kids against HPV. more
Friedberg JCC has received a $100,000 state grant to repair its roof, according to Associate Executive Director Roni Kleinman. more
Nearly a dozen residents appeared at the Town of Hempstead Board of Zoning appeals meeting on Jan. 30 to voice their concerns about the impact that the driveway of a new 7-Eleven, being built at 4535 Austin Blvd., would have on traffic and safety. more
South Nassau Communities Hospital has named Long Beach resident Stacey Conklin as its chief nursing officer and senior vice president of patient care services. Conklin joins South Nassau after serving as the vice president of patient care services and CNO at the Mount Sinai Health System’s New York Eye & Ear Infirmary. more
For 35 days, a single mother from Island Park struggled to make ends meet as President Donald Trump’s historic government shutdown continued, which caused her to work her job at the Internal Revenue Service while not getting paid. more
The Oceanside Chamber of Commerce hosted its annual New Year cocktail reception on Jan. 24 at Kombert Caterers at Temple Avodah, where it installed its 2019 officers and honored three residents who have made a big difference in the community. more
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