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Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum will become a Covid-19 vaccination site, County Executive Laura Curran announced over the weekend. “We’re focused on continuing to ramp up our … more
Everything is bedazzled and glittered, still, even through the pandemic. We still are making that work. We’re making the bedazzling and the glitter and the confetti, still happening. I always … more
Outside St. John’s Episcopal Hospital in Far Rockaway at a news conference turned pep rally on Friday, elected and hospital officials announced that the medical facility that was being pressured by the New York State Department of Health to become  a 15-bed “micro hospital” the plan has stalled. more
CVS pharmacies are now expanding community access to the Covid-19 vaccine at the following sites within the Heralds’ coverage area: Baldwin Bellmore Cedarhurst East Rockaway Glen … more
  Family businesses make up the majority of Long Island businesses, as well as ninety percent of businesses in North America. On Tuesday, February 23, Herald Inside LI hosted a free webinar … more
For the first time in Nassau Police Department history, a Black woman has been promoted to the position of chief of support. Lorna Atmore, a 25-year member of NCPD, was promoted to the chief of … more
It’s been an unsteady few years for antiques. Furniture, artwork, jewelry and finely crafted household items from the past, long considered pricey but good investments, have seen dramatic decreases in demand and a depression in appraised value. The abundance of retail antique shops, which once lined major city thoroughfares, small towns and country barns, have largely disappeared. People looking for high-style antiques to buy or sell, are looking online. more
It all began in the summer of 1993, when men and women, then mostly in their 30s and 40s, began gathering on the beach at Magnolia Boulevard to play volleyball. They were electricians, financial … more
The Mimi Mernis Food Pantry, at the Village Church of Bayville, has served the North Shore community for nearly 20 years, and has been especially active during the coronavirus pandemic. Its essential service has recently been recognized by Rising Tide Natural Market in Glen Cove, which named the pantry its February 2021 Charity of the Month. more
A Texas woman was arrested last week after Long Beach police discovered a whimpering dog inside her van in freezing weather. According to a release from the Long Beach Police Department, Officer … more
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