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Cliff Miller may be a world-class artist, but he is still a hometown boy whose roots are firmly planted in Seaford. more
Homelessness is a problem at train stations across Nassau County’s South Shore. Patrick Gerakaris, the manager of the county’s section of the Babylon Branch of the Long Island Rail Road, wanted to do something about it. more
On the eve of Veterans Day, a bill was introduced in the County Legislature that would direct more county contracts to veterans and active-duty service members who own local businesses. more
On the eve of Veteran’s Day, Nassau County Community College officially opened the doors of the Veterans Resource Facility, its newest asset for members of the United States’ Armed Forces … more
“There are different types of volunteers,” said Brain Levy of Temple B’nai Torah in Wantagh. “There are the type that bring up ideas and say we should do something, but never go about doing it. Then there are people that actually go out and volunteer. Harvey and Rita Drucker are those type of people.” more
A company’s plans to build “Port Ambrose,” a liquefied natural gas terminal in the Atlantic Ocean 19 miles southeast of Jones Beach, have stalled for months in a federal review process, but that is likely to change next month. A U.S. Coast Guard official estimated that the government will release a Draft Environmental Impact Statement for Port Ambrose in December. more
Herald Community Newspapers had a strong showing in the Local Media Association’s 2014 advertising and promotions contest. The Herald picked up four awards from among hundreds … more
Science has intrigued Henry Cheung since he was a child. Now 17, he wants to pursue it as a career, and is getting a good start with his selection to the Cold Spring Harbor National Laboratory’s Partners for the Future program. more
Joseph Tutaj was on a school marching band trip to Disneyland when he caught a virulent case of strep. He collapsed on the Santa Monica Pier and died 24 hours later. The 15-year-old was a sophomore at Seaford High School. more
The NHL season is barely three weeks old, and for loyal New York Islanders fans, it is just the beginning of a very sentimental period. The hockey team, which began play on Long Island in 1972, will be moving from Nassau Coliseum to the Barclay’s Center in Brooklyn next year. more
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