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Ashley Kate Molloy had a picture perfect wedding planned: A small chapel in southern Ireland, surrounded by family and friends near, a place that has been a part of the groom’s family for generations. But, like most weddings planned for the spring and summer of 2020, the former Rockville Centre resident and her now husband, Brendan Keating, had to shift gears and come up with a new plan due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. more
The students in Sewanhaka’s Family, Career and Community Leaders of America club have always focused on their futures by learning personal and professional skills they will need as adults, but … more
When Erica and Andrew Fox decided to move to Texas for its lower cost of living in the summer of 2015, they didn’t expect to do any more snow shoveling, but brought the shovel they had in … more
When she was in eighth grade, Natalia Hakimzadeh organized a walk on the Long Beach boardwalk to raise funds for Cohen Children’s Medical Center. She called city officials to obtain the proper … more
The Martin Luther King Center, a key facility for children, seniors and people in need of food, will reopen at 50 percent capacity beginning Friday, after being closed for nearly a year while it … more
Sheila Seward, a former Elmont Memorial Library employee, was sentenced to serve one to three years in prison and pay more than $236,000 in restitution on Wednesday, after pleading guilty in … more
In honor of Black History Month, Herald Inside LI will host a webinar featuring Black leaders on Long Island on February, 25 at 9:30 a.m.    Speakers will include Phil Andrews, the … more
Two bills to crack down on the sale of untraceable firearms, known as “ghost guns,” has passed the New York State Senate, and are now sitting in committees in the New York State … more
Mike Agurkis, of East Atlantic Beach, was the kind of man who was always doing something for other people, his daughter, Amanda Agurkis, said last week. He helped neighbors during Superstorm Sandy … more
Ron Walsh, the veteran high-ranking Nassau County police official who finally received a waiver from the state to become Long Beach’s new police commissioner, was sworn into the post Friday. … more
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