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People may have to hold onto their hats — and just about anything else — today as the National Weather Service warns a squall of severe thunderstorms are expected to invade. more
During her illustrious career, Judy Goss has traveled the world modeling, hosting television shows, and becoming a published author. more
It was Spring football at Long Beach Middle School this past Saturday – all part of a program to promote girls at their athletic best. Long Beach, West Hempstead, Freeport and Lynbrook … more
Nassau County Republicans kicked off their fall campaign at GOP headquarters in Westbury Friday, introducing their congressional and state candidates, who sounded traditional party themes of lowering … more
Freeport’s village taxes are hard at work wherever one may look. The Freeport Department of Public Works not only stays busy upgrading roads and infrastructure, but is now occupied with the renovation of Cow Meadow Park, creating a new dog run and replacing benches. And the Freeport Fire Department has doused house fires at least twice this month. more
Michael Hinman is the new executive editor of the Herald Community Newspapers. Stuart Richner, the CEO of Richner Communications Inc., and publisher of the newspaper group, made the announcement last week. Hinman succeeds Scott Brinton, who had led the editorial department since 2016. more
Former Nassau County Executive Ed Mangano, convicted in 2019 of accepting bribes and kickbacks in exchange for backing $20 million in indirect loan guarantees to Oyster Bay Town, should receive 17½ years in federal prison, the U.S. Attorney’s office recommended Thursday. more
Former Town of Hempstead Supervisor Laura Gillen announced on Thursday that she is running for Congress in the 4th District on Thursday. more
Tuesday is generally not a popular day of the week to get married. This year, however, it’s the go-“two” date. Town Clerk Kate Murray presided over 22 weddings on Tuesday, 2-22-22, helping to provide memories that are sure to last a lifetime. more
In early 1945 as the Battle of the Bulge concluded, warehouses were filled with millions of pieces of mail destined for the seven million Americans serving in the European theatre. The task of getting that mail to its intended recipients fell on the 6888th Central Postal Directory Battalion. more
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