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Although fake news is a big issue for today’s media, particularly in the aftermath of the presidential campaign, it has been a problem in the journalism world for more than 100 years. “There are records of fake news going back as far as Lincoln that were used to [try to] derail his election,” said Dr. Cliff Jernigan, an associate professor and chairman of Hofstra University’s Department of Journalism, Media Studies and Public Relations.

Valley Stream Central High School District sets bond vote for Dec. 6

The future of much-needed upgrades to the Central High School District is in the hands of Valley Stream voters, who will decide on Dec. 6 to accept or reject a $41 million bond proposal that would primarily fund repairs to each of the district’s four buildings.

When your neighbors are your clients

Each weekday, the busiest commuter railroad in North America, the Long Island Rail Road, carries an average of 301,000 people on 735 daily trains to their destinations. But Jillian Hughes of Malverne isn’t one of them. For Hughes her commute — or lack of it — is one of the best things about her job. Her shop, Forget Me Not Gifts, is only blocks away from the Malverne home she moved to in 2010.

Perry Cuocci named Malverne trustee

Malverne resident Perry Cuocci, vice president of the Malverne Volunteer Ambulance Corps and retired special agent to the Federal Bureau of Investigation, was sworn in as village trustee during the village’s November board meeting Nov. 2. Cuocci, a 10-year ambulance corps member and its president from 2014-2016, replaces village trustee Anthony Marino, who resigned suddenly in October citing health reasons.

Herald seeks "Person of the Year"

Know anyone around town who you’d describe as a true do-gooder –– that PTA president, Little League coach or scout leader who goes above and beyond the call of duty; that community volunteer who gives so much of him or herself while asking for nothing in return; that volunteer firefighter or emergency medical technician who saved a life?

Herald seeks "Person of the Year"

Know anyone around town who you’d describe as a true do-gooder –– that PTA president, Little League coach or scout leader who goes above and beyond the call of duty; that community volunteer who gives so much of him or herself while asking for nothing in return; that volunteer firefighter or emergency medical technician who saved a life?