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Families are invited to make gingerbread houses at the Island Park Public Library on Saturday, Dec. 15. more
The Oceanside Library is hosting Ugly Sweater Bingo for adults on Wednesday, Dec. 12 from 7 to 8:30 p.m. more
For his company’s inaugural event, Tony Palmieri, of Glen Head, decided to give back to his community through the gift of music. Winter Jam, a benefit concert sponsored by T-Tonez Productions, … more
The highlight of Luca Marra’s senior football season didn’t come after one of his five touchdowns, or any of his breakout plays. Instead, it was after one of North Shore High School’s worst … more
Last Saturday, the village’s Mutual Concerns Committee hosted its annual Holiday House Tour, inviting visitors from near and far to tour turn-of-the-century villas throughout Sea Cliff that were … more
On Nov. 19, legislators unanimously approved an emergency resolution to allocate funding for a lost Federal Emergency Management Agency grant that provides college scholarships for volunteer … more
More than 200 residents gathered at the Glen Head railroad station last Tuesday night, braving the bitter cold. Before them stood a pine tree affixed with Christmas lights. It towered above the … more
After a few weeks of thought, Glen Cove Mayor Tim Tenke and City Council members appointed Donna McNaughton to the council on Tuesday. Members will vote to approve the appointment on Dec. … more
Seventh- and eighth-grade students from Robert M. Finley Middle School in Glen Cove headed to the Capital Region for the annual YMCA New York Youth and Government program Nov. 15-17. The students … more
Glen Cove officials furthered their efforts to provide residents with their own clean, independent water source by aiming to reopen two wells in Duck Pond by Dec. 7. The wells were closed earlier in … more
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