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Angela Pedone said she was lucky that she decided to go to the bank during Tropical Storm Isaias, because when she returned to her house on Washington Street in Franklin Square on Tuesday afternoon, … more
Tropical Storm Isaias rolled across Nassau County Tuesday afternoon with relatively little rain but with sustained winds in the 30 to 50 mph range, with some gusts in excess of 70 mph, downing trees … more
Tropical Storm Isaias rolled across Nassau County Tuesday afternoon with relatively little rain but with sustained winds in the 30 to 50 mph range, with some gusts in excess of 70 mph, downing trees … more
Tropical Storm Isaias, a swift-moving temptest that slammed Nassau Tuesday, knocked down more than a thousand trees and some 338 electric and phone wires here, said County Executive Laura Curran during a news briefing Wednesday morning. more
William J. Ost spent more than 60 years recruiting members to the Elmont American Legion Post 1033 and nearly half that time organizing and running the town’s Memorial Day and Veterans Day … more
Mail services across the country have had to adjust to new coronavirus protocols, as more people self-isolated and shopped online. “A lot has changed. It’s been very different,” … more
John Gigante has become an icon in the Elmont community, cutting and styling residents’ hair at A Cut Above on Hempstead Turnpike for the past 45 years. But on Aug. 1, Gigante said goodbye to … more
After years of complaints by residents about the conditions at Elmont Road Park, an online petition asking Town of Hempstead officials to renovate it had garnered more than 1,250 signatures as of … more
School district officials across New York have spent recent months mulling their options to reopen schools, while maintaining social distancing guidelines and adhering to other coronavirus guidance … more
City of Long Beach officials said beaches will be closed Tuesday, drains are being emptied of excess water, dunes are being fortified, the regular Tuesday night meeting of the City Council … more
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