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A number of Freeporters interviewed by the Herald last week expressed concern and skepticism over the possible return of school-zone speed cameras to Nassau County. County Executive Laura Curran … more
When a truck bound for the 14th annual Sikh Festival in Glen Cove, carrying food and other supplies, stopped at a checkpoint in South Carolina, the drivers were asked to give a number of evacuees … more
A Town of Hempstead judge agreed to an adjournment in contemplation of dismissal in the case of a Valley Stream man who dressed up as Moses and attempted to deliver 120 water bottles containing red food coloring to protest the Nassau County’s prison system. more
It is a steep climb up the ancient oak steps to the third floor of the Pagan-Fletcher Restoration, but rewards abound once visitors reach the top. Canvas-like vignettes cover the walls, showing … more
Nearly 300 students, officials, veterans and residents gathered at the Sept. 11 monument in Arthur J. Hendrickson Park on Sept. 11, 2018 to pay tribute to the almost 3,000 Americans that died on that day 17 years prior. more
Practice for the SAT or ACT Teenagers in grades 7 through 12 can take an SAT or ACT practice test at the Elmont Memorial Library on Sept. 22 at 11 a.m. Registration is required. more
As Hurricane Florence bore down on North and South Carolina last Thursday, a Valley Stream woman decided she needed to help the animals that were abandoned as their owners sought shelter. more
Over the past year, mass shootings have dominated discourse around the country — particularly the tragedy at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High … more
The word “prodigy” suggests names such as Beethoven, Mozart and Picasso — men and women of another time and place whose talent surpassed anything normally encountered in daily life. So it may be surprising to consider that such a person might live on Long Island. more
An earnest ceremony was held on Monday to officially christen a new Harbor Patrol vessel, donated to the City of Glen Cove by the state Department of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation. … more
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