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Wednesday, May 4, 2016
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Seven drug suppliers were arrested last week for their roles in allegedly distributing 10,000 individual doses of heroin per week throughout the South Shore communities of Merrick, Freeport, … more
Though the official results are not in yet, Todd Kaminsky seems to be poised to fill the vacant seat left by Dean Skelos. With 68,000 votes cast, Kaminsky (D-Long Beach) beat his opponent Chris … more
Voters in the Wantagh and Seaford library districts approved their respective budgets last week. more
Three new businesses held their grand openings last Wednesday and officially opened their doors to the Wantagh community. Parkside Inn, a restaurant and bar and Seaside Liquors both opened up on Merrick Road in Wantagh and Studio Seven, a beauty salon, opened up on Wantagh Avenue. more
Polling places all over New York will be buzzing with excitement for this year’s Primary Election. On Tuesday, April 19, many will be voting for who they think should ultimately run for president. Both the Democratic and Republican sides are stirring up controversy, and people everywhere are ready to cast their vote. more
Nearly 10,000 people packed into Stage 3 at Grumman Studios in Bethpage on Wednesday night to hear Republican presidential hopeful Donald Trump. The real estate mogul began a raucous speech by … more
Donald Trump’s supporters steadily streamed into Grumman Studios on the afternoon of April 6 until more than 10,000 of them filled the venue, where war planes were once built. As they did, they walked past roughly 200 protesters who had gathered in what Nassau County police were calling a “free-speech zone,” a comparatively small, rectangular area cordoned off with aluminum barricades. more
As budget talks wrapped in Albany last week, Assemblyman Todd Kaminsky, who’s running to fill Dean Skelos’s vacant seat, criticized Senate Republicans for not supporting ethics reform in the … more
The Miss Wantagh Court held its second annual Women of Wantagh event, also referred to as W.O.W., on March 29 at Wantagh Elementary School to honor the contributions of seven local women. With purple balloons and decorations filling the room, Mary Wagner, Jean Quinn, Alberta Splescia, Betty Triquet, Jeanne Gualtieri, Sister Lauren Hanley and Cathy Scahill were recognized by their family members and elected officials. more
Maureen O’Brien, a 37-year Sunday school teacher from Bethpage, knows the date when Republican presidential contender John Kasich won her over: Feb. 6. Kasich, 63, Ohio’s governor since … more
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