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Less than a week after high-risk high school sports in New York State such as basketball, football, wrestling, volleyball and competitive cheer were given the green light to proceed by Gov. Andrew Cuomo, Nassau County Executive Laura Curran relayed the necessary guidance put in place by local health officials. more
When he wasn’t playing football or wrestling as a Valley Stream North High School student-athlete from 2006-2009, Joe Castrogiovanni would often head to Hall’s Pond Park in West Hempstead for some exercise. more
There was barely a square inch of open space left on Robert Destefano’s front lawn back in December, between the countless Santa Clauses, the “Grinch” inflatable, penguins, seals, a … more
Joseph Robinette Biden Jr. stood at the very site where far-right insurrectionists had stormed the Capitol two weeks earlier to be sworn in as president on Jan. 20, and pleaded for unity at one of … more
An Elmont man was recently arrested for a string of larcenies throughout Nassau County. Dean Leipsner, 57, was identified as the person responsible for a number of larcenies that occurred between … more
An Elmont man was among the nearly 30 people arrested in a Martin Luther King Jr. Day Black Lives Matter protest in which 11 New York Police Department officers were injured, officials … more
Elmont Memorial High School was closed on Tuesday, and the Covert Avenue School in Elmont will remain closed through Jan. 25, as the number of coronavirus cases continue to rise. Instruction would … more
Hundreds of cars lined Hempstead Turnpike leading in to Belmont Park last Saturday, as New York Islanders fans from throughout Long Island waited on line for their chance to get a team rally towel … more
Sarah Campbell credits her high school sociology teacher, Lila Timpson, with instilling in her the importance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Every year on the third Monday of January, she said, … more
One day after County Legislator Carrié Solages publicly called for a vaccination distribution center in the 3rd Legislative District, which includes Elmont and Lawrence, on Jan. 5, Northwell … more
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