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Saturday, January 31, 2015
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State Sen. Dean Skelos, the Senate’s majority leader and one of the most powerful elected leaders in Albany, is refuting a story aired by WNBC on Thursday, reporting that U.S. Attorney Preet … more
Broadway will be coming to Wantagh next week, as the high school Drama Club will be presenting “How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying.” There will be five shows, with curtain opening Wednesday night. more
An Article 78 lawsuit filed in Nassau County Supreme Court on Friday by local governments, residents and civic groups requested the court to temporarily block Nassau Off Track Betting from conducting contract negotiations to lease a space inside the Source Mall in Westbury, where the agency plans to establish a video lottery terminal. more
United Water is making changes at the sewage treatment plants, including the Cedar Creek Wastewater Treatment Plant, which is expected to realize a $12 million savings to taxpayers this year. more
When I was kid, I spent most sunny spring days at Cedar Creek Park. I’d ride my bike there with my family, play on the playground with my friends, and enjoy rolling down the verdant hills. Something I remember distinctively about the park was a certain sour smell that was always in the air. more
The Wantagh High School gymnastics team, winner of its first nine meets this year, is eyeing a trip to the county championships next month. The varsity team, under the direction of coach Eileen Keener, consists of 14 girls. more
Karen Chowske may have grown up in Plainview, but she has a deep appreciation for the history of Wantagh. more
When Alex Parlato was in seventh grade, she tried out for the junior varsity basketball team. She didn’t make it. more
The Metropolitan Transportation Authority approved a 4 percent increase of fares and tolls last week, leaving many residents frustrated over the increased cost of getting to work. Under the new … more
We’re only six weeks into winter and already many of us can’t wait for it to be over. When can we live without fearing arctic blasts and polar vortexes, and confidently venture outside to see beautiful flowering azaleas, dogwoods and Bradford pears? more
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