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As thousands of police and civilians stood waiting on Fifth Ave., and more than 100 SUVs, police cars, ambulances, and motorcycles lined the street on a Friday morning in the heart of bustling midtown Manhattan, only one thing was missing. Noise. more
With black bands over the shields, hundreds of New York City police officers gathered in buses, vans, SUVs and on motorcycles early Friday morning to lead a massive procession carrying NYPD Detective … more
Island Park’s students of the month were announced at the school district’s Dec. 19 school board meeting. They are Alex Michaels, kindergarten, Kayla Fonseca, first grade, Matilda Zarcone, second … more
Kind hearts and thoughtful minds in the Island Park Public Schools and community came together last month to bring holiday joy to those who are less fortunate. Through donation drives facilitated by … more
With the Jan. 24 vote date for the Island Park Public Schools’ bond referenda approaching, the district held several informative events during which residents could obtain more details and take a … more
Joined by her family and colleagues, Assemblywoman Melissa “Missy” Miller (R-Atlantic Beach) was sworn into office on Jan. 3 in the Legislative Office Building, officially becoming the state … more
NYPD Det. Steven McDonald, a Malverne resident who became known nationwide for his messages of forgiveness and peace after being shot in Central Park in 1986, has died, the New York City Police Department reported Jan. 10. more
Holding candles and reciting prayers along with members of the clergy in Malverne, hundreds of people gathered for a vigil to pray for Malvernite and NYPD Det. Steven McDonald at the Charles Reese Memorial Park in the village on Jan. 9. McDonald, who had a heart attack on Jan. 6, is still in critical condition at North Shore University Hospital in Nassau County. McDonald reportedly died Jan. 10 at North Shore Hosptial while still on life support. He was 59 years old. more
Snow started falling across the South Shore two hours earlier than expected on Saturday, with the first flakes hitting the ground around 9 a.m. The storm made for messy streets, including major thoroughfares like Merrick Road. Officials were urging people to stay at home if possible to allow snow plows and sanders to clear streets. A number of accidents and near-misses were spotted on roads across the region. more
County properties have been reassessed, and the new values are available to property owners online, according to Acting County Assessor Jim Davis. more
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