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Sunday, December 28, 2014
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Many Sandy survivors are still sufferingTo the Editor: In this season of joy and good will, there are thousands of survivors of Superstorm Sandy peppered throughout our communities who are still … more
Little Saint Nick (aka Ray Mohler) made a brighter Christmas and holiday for some local children last week when he and members of his organization, the … more
Jewish tradition teaches that writing even a single letter (in the Torah) is to be considered as though writing a complete Torah.   Parents, … more
Groups opposed to Port Ambrose, a proposed liquefied natural gas terminal in the Atlantic Ocean southeast of Jones Beach, are fuming at the U.S. Maritime Administration and Coast Guard’s decisions to release a 1,800-page environmental impact report shortly before the December holidays and schedule public meetings in early January. more
Congresswoman Carolyn McCarthy, a Democrat and a lifelong resident of Mineola, announced in January that she would be leaving the political arena after representing Long Island's 4th Congressional … more
Students at Lynbrook High School may soon have a bigger space in which to learn, as the Board of Education announced last week they would be exploring the possibility of expanding the high school … more
Lynbrook Mayor Bill Hendrick and East Rockaway Mayor Francis Lenahan have begun looking toward 2015. According to the two village leaders, residents can expect changes throughout their … more
Rick Whelan, chief of the Organized Crime and Rackets Bureau at the Nassau County district attorney’s office, took a brief breather after the news conference. Only minutes earlier, he had stood beside D.A. Kathleen Rice and County Executive Ed Mangano to announce that a team of federal and local investigators had “dismantled” an alleged multi-million-dollar heroin pipeline that stretched from Mexico and California to New York City and Long Island. more
For three days, Pablo C. wandered the 120,000- square-mile Sonoran Desert in southwest Arizona, where temperatures can reach 118 degrees Fahrenheit in summer. He was a teenager, alone, with no food or water. more
On Dec. 5, a group of Lynbrook firefighters who part of Nassau County Firefighters Operation Wounded Warrior, and led by their Third Assistant Chief Carl Lengel, traveled … more
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