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The Bellmore Movies once again hosted the Long Island International Film Expo, which presented a wide array of movies, from horror to comedy and mystery, by a variety of filmmakers, some local and some international. For the 18th year, the expo gave filmmakers an intimate opportunity to share their work with industry executives and movie-goers alike. more
Wantagh’s downtown continues to grow. The Chamber of Commerce hosted a pair of ribbon-cutting ceremonies on June 25 for two new food-oriented businesses on Wantagh Avenue. more
American Water announced in a press release last week that Brian Bruce has been appointed president of New York American Water. more
After five years in which Nassau County has not reassessed property values, the county is moving toward refiguring all Nassau properties’ worth for 2019-20. The eventual reassessment could lead to higher property-tax bills for some residents, according to one expert. more
A Wantagh business is offering a new way to get fresh food into your home. Wantagh Woods Chiropractic and Wellness is the local delivery site for Farmigo, an online grocery store that gets its products directly from area farmers. more
TD Bank will open a second branch in Wantagh this fall. The newest TD Bank will be located on the southwest corner of Jerusalem Avenue and Wantagh Avenue, where a gas station once stood. The bank will be 2,500 square feet and provide parking for 19 cars. more
Four ribbon-cutting ceremonies last week in Wantagh didn’t so much celebrate growth in the local business community, as it did stability. more
Like many hospitals regionally and nationwide, South Nassau Communities Hospital is adjusting to the changing face of health care delivery and accommodating patient needs. more
More than 200 residents of Elmont and the surrounding communities packed Sewanhaka High School on May 7 to ask questions and hear details about a proposed $400 million stadium, restaurant and retail … more
When Suzanne Reek, of Wantagh, used to bring her young son, Joseph, to the dentist, she would hire a team of two to six people to carry him into the office. Once there, he was strapped down to an examination table for treatment in what the American Dental Association calls a “papoose board,” essentially a stretcher with wide Velcro braces. In the end, Reek said, she would be hit with a $5,000 bill because her son, who suffered from extreme “dental anxiety,” would inevitably need to be sedated during treatment, which insurance didn’t cover. more
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