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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
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
Ron Walsh, a high-ranking veteran Nassau County police officer, was to be sworn in Friday as Long Beach’s new top cop after a farewell ceremony at Nassau police headquarters.  Instead, … more
Assemblywoman Michaelle Solages was appointed deputy majority leader for the New York State Assembly on Jan. 8. As part of the role, she will be responsible for aiding Majority Leader Crystal … more
When Elmont students were producing a video advocating more police presence at community events last November, several residents were already working with Nassau County police officials to increase … more
All schools in the Franklin Square school district, as well as the Gotham Avenue School in the Elmont Union Free School District, will remain closed until Jan. 19, as the number of coronavirus cases … more
After more than a year of construction on the UBS Arena, state officials are proposing changes in the scope of the Belmont Park redevelopment project. Under proposals for the redevelopment project … more
Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents can no longer arrest undocumented immigrants attending or leaving state and city courts without a warrant, under the newly passed Protect Our Courts Act, … more
As Nassau County’s 185 new police cadets learn the ropes of their new jobs during a seven-month-long training program, they will watch a video produced by Elmont Memorial High School students … more
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