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On Nov. 4, the Veterans Legal Assistance Project, which was formed by law student-veterans in 2012, held its biannual one-day law clinic dedicated to veterans at the Maurice A. Deane School of Law. There, pro-bono attorneys helped veterans with discharge upgrades, pending appeals and estate planning. more
Owners of Bayville’s furry friends, lament no more. A new dog park is set to open in the village. This is good news for North Shore residents who were not eligible to use the dog park in … more
Gary Haywood was a hippie. Growing up in Oyster Bay, he dated often, smoked marijuana and enjoyed plenty of parties. But the war in Vietnam served as a backdrop for much of his teenage years. … more
An interdisciplinary jury comprised of landscape design and allied professionals from the Long Island and New York State Landscape and Nursery Association convened this year to select winners of the … more
The Rev. Kenneth Nelson stood alone in the Pine Hollow Cemetery’s gravel parking lot, his gaze directed at the gravestones a few feet away. The pastor of the Amboy Center United Methodist Church … more
By electing Democrat James Gaughran, of Northport, to the State Senate’s 5th District seat, North Shore voters played a major role in stripping Republicans of their Senate majority and handing … more
There will be one fewer pit stop for car enthusiasts heading to Cruise Night in Oyster Bay next summer. Obar Auto Parts, on South Street, closed for good last week. Pediatrician Dr. Greg Gulbransen, … more
Part three of an ongoing series.The graying of veterans’ organizations is a concern for many, who worry that if younger veterans do not join, the groups may not survive. Members of the American … more
Since 1999, 88.7 FM WRHU had been broadcasted out of the same Studio South. On June 7 staff members signed off from that studio to make way for a major five-studio rebuild with cutting-edge audio, video and social media content capabilities. more
In the race for the seat in the 19th Assembly District, the Herald endorses incumbent Ed Ra, of Franklin Square. Given Ra’s years of experience in the State Assembly — he was first elected to … more
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