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Facing pressure from state and local officials, New York Rising announced a major policy change on Thursday to part of its reimbursement formula that officials say has stalled the rebuilding process … more
This is the third consecutive year in which Peter Holms, proprietor of the Mobil station at 329 Merrick Ave. in Merrick, will donate a cent for every gallon of gasoline he sells in March to Camp Avenue Elementary School. He said that totals about $2,000 each year. more
For West Hempstead resident Kimberly Orlic, it was a surreal event. more
The Merrick Library is opening a business center at which independent contractors such as academic tutors and financial advisers can meet with clients, or job prospects can engage in online interviews more
A demolition crew began clearing the property at 150 Merrick Road, diagonally across from Levy-Lakeside Elementary School, to make way for a 7-Eleven store just hours after Merokeans who had protested the proposed store signaled their reluctant surrender. more
For West Hempstead resident Kimberly Orlic, it was a surreal event. more
Seeing these highly decorated art bras displayed en masse conjures up images of a strong, feminine army, individual in design, and ready to combat the trials and tribulations of breast cancer. In just two short weeks, the public will have the opportunity to join in their fight. more
After yet another round of snow and freezing rain coated Long Island Saturday night into Sunday morning last weekend, Merokean Bob Young spent four hours chipping away at the ice that froze over the sidewalk and storm drains ... more
Ben Mevorach, 54, has been residing in Malverne for the past 25 years, yet still manages to keep a low profile despite his position as director of news and programming for 1010 WINS, the most listened to all news radio station in the United States. more
PSEG Long Island submitted a three-year rate plan last week that requests increases of 2 percent of aggregate revenues (customers’ bills) a year for the next three years. This will result in an average monthly bill increase of approximately $3.25 in 2016 and approximately $3.30 in 2017 and 2018. more
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