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After 40 years of public school service on Long Island, Sewanhaka Central High School Superintendent James Grossane announced his plans to retire on June 30. As a result, the Sewanhaka school … more
They flocked from all over Long Island to learn from one of soccer’s greatest — Carli Lloyd. But the 400 or so young athletes who gathered at the Mitchell Athletic Complex in Uniondale this past Saturday got an added bonus, with a chance to bend it like David Beckham — with David Beckham. more
Not even retirement can slow down Peter King. After 28 years in the U.S. House — including a two-year stint as chair of the House Homeland Security Committee — as well as more than two decades serving on both the Hempstead town council and as Nassau County comptroller, King finds himself busier than ever. more
Dogwood Terrace — an affordable senior apartment complex at 1178 Martha Place in Franklin Square — is getting a much-needed facelift. The Town of Hempstead Housing Authority plans to … more
After being missing for almost two weeks, a developmentally disabled woman who spent the holidays in Elmont with her family is now home safe. Samantha Denise Primus, 46, was reported missing by … more
At 10 years old, Selene Ferdinand of Elmont is already compiling quite the résumé. A student at Dutch Broadway Elementary School, Selene is giving back to her community through her own nonprofit … more
Chuck Schumer has three goals for the new year: improve mass transit, ensure water and air quality are safe, and promote high technology on Long Island. The New York Democrat who maintained his … more
Elizabeth Forbes is a fighter. When you meet her, you wouldn’t know the many trials and tribulations she has overcome throughout her life. She doesn’t share her personal story often. She … more
George Santos  faces growing scrutiny over where he has worked, where he went to school, and where his seemingly sudden wealth has come from. But now the U.S. Representative-elect is being questioned about something much different: Is he a descendant of Holocaust survivors? more
Community leaders and horse racing enthusiasts are urging state legislators to go to the whip for Belmont Park and give their approval for a major upgrade at the racetrack. Representatives from We … more
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