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Hempstead Town Supervisor Don Clavin was joined by Town Board members to announce the Town of Hempstead Lacrosse Academy is welcoming back campers for summer workout sessions with social distancing guidelines in place. more
After almost four months of negotiations driven by the interruption of the season due to Covid-19, the National Hockey League and NHL Players’ Association last Friday shook on a four-year collective bargaining agreement extension through the 2025-2026 campaign that also included the return-to-play deal for this season. 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
It is an understatement to say that the coronavirus pandemic has had profoundly negative impacts on the health and well-being of Americans, as well as the job market, personal finances and the economy. more
I grew up on Long Island, and like so many local kids, I made the pilgrimage to Sagamore Hill, Theodore Roosevelt’s stately Cove Neck mansion, full of Americana and animal heads and skins. more
We are blessed with the curse of living in interesting times, and our duty is to bear witness. Like the Greatest Generation, we are in the midst of a fight for our lives . . . more
With all the news of the coronavirus crisis, it would be easy to forget that we are more than a month into the Atlantic hurricane season — and now is the time to prepare for the possibility of a major storm. more
About 25 percent of Nassau County High School varsity baseball players are getting a chance to step on the field together in 2020 thanks to the efforts of many coaches, led by Clarke’s Tom Abruscato. more
Nassau County is demanding that Onexim Sports and Entertainment, the company that operates Nassau Coliseum, pay $2 million in overdue rent in 15 days or risk forfeiting its lease.  The … more
The East Meadow public library is hosting an online program titled, “How do Parents Talk About Race, Inequality, and Unjust Acts with Children?” The discussion will be led by Nate Ingram … more
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