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As Covid-19 rates rise again in New York and across the country, Long Island’s restaurants, bowling centers and gyms are dealing with a new restriction put in place by Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Nov. 12. more
Owning a memento of Rockville Centre dating back to the late 1800s or early 1900s can cost as little as $20, thanks to a collaboration between Lost Dog Art and Frame Co. and the Rockville Centre Historical Society. more
Despite losing its all-time leading scorer, Molloy College’s men’s basketball program is aiming to rebound from a 12-17 season, including a 7-9 mark against East Coast Conference foes. more
Three student-athletes from Lynbrook High School and two from East Rockaway High School are one step closer to playing college athletics next year. more
The decision to “Play Ball” amid the pandemic this summer wasn’t an easy one for Lynbrook Little League’s board of directors, but moving forward with the idea proved to be a home run for 100 kids. more
At times, reporting on the coronavirus pandemic has been reduced to numbers — the number of cases, positivity rates, the number of deaths. At hospitals, including St. John’s Episcopal Hospital, in Far Rockaway, there are many people behind those numbers, from the administrators who run the facility to the doctors and nurses who treat patients. more
Kyle Heckler wanted to get away from the stress of the coronavirus pandemic over the summer, and decided to visit some friends from SUNY Potsdam in a small upstate town. While he was there, however, … more
Jacqueline Botta is immunocompromised and could not travel to Albany and Washington D.C. to raise awareness of kidney disease this year as she normally does due to the coronavirus pandemic. But that … more
Robert Destefano had dreamed of putting up a large Christmas display since he was a child growing up in Franklin Square near Valley Stream North High School. There was a house across the street … more
Sitting fire commissioners in Franklin Square and Elmont are facing challengers in this year’s elections on Dec. 8. In Franklin Square In Franklin Square, incumbent Christopher Gioia is … more
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