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Washington mainstay Peter King, representing New York’s Second Congressional District, announced Monday that he will not seek a 15th term. more
Residents in the Merrick, Lynbrook and Sea Cliff water districts found a letter from New York American Water in their mailboxes during the final week of October, and it was not a water bill. It was a … more
For eight days, the Rev. Moira Ahearne, of Merrick’s Community Presbyterian Church, saw for herself the trials and tribulations that asylum-seekers face daily at the U.S.-Mexico border. She ate homemade tortillas alongside migrants at a resource center in Agua Prieta, Mexico, toured overcrowded tent cities rife with misery and felt the eerie, omnipresent eyes of the drug cartels that control the area watching her. more
Following Erin King Sweeney’s surprise withdrawal from the Town Board race in September, Christopher Carini, a Republican from Seaford, announced his campaign for the 5th Councilmatic District. He … more
Donald Clavin declared victory over Laura Gillen in the race for Town of Hempstead supervisor Tuesday night. Gillen was seeking a second term and has not conceded the race. more
Incumbent Steve Rhoads, a Republican from Bellmore, was re-elected to his third term as Nassau County legislator for the 19th District, besting first-time candidate Jill Levine, a Democrat from … more
Incumbent Steve Rhoads, a Republican from Bellmore, was re-elected to his third term as Nassau County legislator for the 19th District, besting first-time candidate Jill Levine, a Democrat from … more
With 54 percent of voting precincts reporting, Nassau County District Attorney Madeline Singas declared victory over her challenger, Francis McQuade. At press time, Singas had collected nearly 73,000 … more
Dr. Aaron Glatt rolled up his sleeve on Oct. 29 and put his arm where his words are — getting a flu vaccination in front of dozens of newspaper reporters and other employees at Richner … more
Clergy members from St. Demetrios Greek Orthodox Church in Merrick said they hope to continue the construction of a community center following negotiations with neighbors. Initial plans for the center included a 36,000-square-foot, two-story building on the corner of Annette and Hewlett avenues, but after discussions with residents who offered critical feedback, the original plan has been downsized. more
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