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Saturday, January 31, 2015
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State Sen. Dean Skelos, the Senate’s majority leader and one of the most powerful elected leaders in Albany, is refuting a story aired by WNBC on Thursday, reporting that U.S. Attorney Preet … more
An Article 78 lawsuit filed in Nassau County Supreme Court on Friday by local governments, residents and civic groups requested the court to temporarily block Nassau Off Track Betting from conducting contract negotiations to lease a space inside the Source Mall in Westbury, where the agency plans to establish a video lottery terminal. more
The Merrick Chamber of Commerce celebrated in style on Jan. 22 at its 80th annual Installation Dinner at Chateau Briand in Carle Place, during which the chamber’s Man and Woman of the Year were celebrated. The chamber recognized two longtime community volunteers –– Neil Yeoman and Betty Lippai. The Merrick Herald Life, published by brothers Cliff and Stuart Richner, sponsored the awards. more
Merrick’s Noah Rubin, a freshman at Wake Forest University and the 2014 Wimbledon Junior singles champion, helped lead Team USA to the Master U’ BNP Paribas World Collegiate Championship recently. more
Third- to sixth-grade students in the Merrick School District now receive Spanish instruction for 45 minutes every six school days. Soon, however, they may learn the meaning of “no mas.” more
The Metropolitan Transportation Authority approved a 4 percent increase of fares and tolls last week, leaving many residents frustrated over the increased cost of getting to work. Under the new … more
We’re only six weeks into winter and already many of us can’t wait for it to be over. When can we live without fearing arctic blasts and polar vortexes, and confidently venture outside to see beautiful flowering azaleas, dogwoods and Bradford pears? more
After this week’s blizzard forced state officials to suspend service on the Long Island Rail Road, service has returned to most branches, while the West Hempstead Branch remains under … more
As the snow falls and the wind speeds pick up the pace, local hospitals will continue with their routine, along with preparation for the possibility that more patients than usual could be brought in from the storm. more
Now that the storm has passed, National Grid advises their customers to stay cautious. more
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