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This year’s concert series, Downtown Sounds, presented by the Glen Cove Business Improvement District, will once again fill the streets of Glen Cove on Friday nights at 7 p.m. starting July 24. But this year, music lovers will be able to either live stream the concerts at home or listen while dining at the downtown restaurants. more
As libraries on the North Shore slowly reopen, it is becoming possible for them to add more traditional services to the virtual programs that have become prevalent in the past few months. With caution and creativity, these libraries are taking steps to continue offering their popular summer programs and reach their communities in new ways. more
As libraries on the North Shore slowly reopen, it is becoming possible for them to add more traditional services to the virtual programs that have become prevalent in the past few months. With caution and creativity, these libraries are taking steps to continue offering their popular summer programs and reach their communities in new ways. more
As libraries on the North Shore slowly reopen, it is becoming possible for them to add more traditional services to the virtual programs that have become prevalent in the past few months. With … more
In what has become a very familiar setting because of the coronavirus pandemic, the New York State Board of Regents meet virtually on Monday to discuss the findings of a task force made up of parents, school officials, students and teachers that was convened in June to collect opinions on how to reopen schools. more
By James Bernstein jbernstein@liherald.com     On Father's Day this year, Dan Mulvaney used his iPaid to tap out a note to his mother in Long Beach: "How long until I'm … more
New York State Senator Kevin Thomas and U.S. Representative Kathleen Rice are calling for the State Comptroller to review how the Town of Hempstead is spending the $133 million it received from the … more
While low-risk indoor arts and entertainment is included in Long Island’s Phase Four reopening of the economy, which began on July 8, gyms and bowling centers have been excluded, causing a strain for several Rockville Centre businesses. more
After being taken back into custody on July 9, for violating the terms of his furloughed release from prison, Lawrence native and former lawyer for President Donald Trump, Michael Cohen was returned to upstate Otisville, where he was before his May 21 release. more
After closing for many months because of coronavirus restrictions, the Oceanside Marine Nature Study Area reopened this week as part of Phase Four. more
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