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Nassau County is looking to divert tens of millions of gallons of treated sewage from the Bay Park treatment plant in East Rockaway to the ocean outfall pipe at the Cedar Creek plant on the … more
With a long-vacant North Wantagh home serving as the backdrop, Hempstead Town Supervisor Anthony Santino announced on Friday new legislation to deal with zombie houses. more
In honor of their 10th anniversary, the Nassau County Junior Firefighters Association unveiled a new monument dedicated to the region’s youngest volunteers in Eisenhower Park on May 15. A … more
Led by Legislator Ellen Birnbaum, Nassau County Democratic lawmakers proposed a Gun Storage Safety Law on Tuesday, they said, to keep guns out of the hands of children and “others who shouldn’t have access to them.” more
The Wantagh-Levittown Volunteer Ambulance Corps held its first community fair on May 15 at Island Trees Middle School in Levittown. In honor of National EMS Week, the organization, established in 1956, attracted more than 100 people to the fair to celebrate 60 years of serving the community. more
The Town of Hempstead ripped out its wooden bulkhead at the Merrick Road golf course in recent months and is replacing it with a $1.66 million vinyl-and-wood bulkhead to hold back Merrick Bay. more
For many senior citizens, driving to the doctor or dentist can be a hassle. But with the help of Friends In Safe Hands, or FISH, getting to necessary appointments is no longer an issue. The organization, which is based in Wantagh, offers door-to-door transportation to medical appointments for the elderly. Its mission is to give back. more
At his sentencing hearing on May 12, Adam Skelos acknowledged what many in Rockville Centre have been saying since he and his father, Dean, were convicted of corruption in December: He ruined his … more
As Ben Schablin continued to advance in the Boy Scouts, he looked at others earning their Eagle rank and thought, “I can do that.” more
Eighth-graders at St. William the Abbot School in Seaford will walk across the stage and accept their diplomas in less than a month. For these soon-to-be high-school students, leaving will be bittersweet as they are leaving behind an environment that has treated them well for a decade but know there are great opportunities ahead. more
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