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On June 2, lifelong Oceanside resident Greg Lisi was appointed president-elect of the Nassau County Bar Association. He will serve a one-year term and then officially become president in June 2021. more
The Belmont Stakes looked a little different to fans and the larger horseracing community this year, as industry officials had to alter their operations due to the ongoing novel coronavirus … more
Mere hours after the Ocean-side Library’s $33.5 million bond passed by 54 percent of the mail-in vote, administrators began brainstorming with architects and construction experts on how to proceed with the many projects that will be covered. more
  The Lawrence Herbert School of Communication and its new multimedia news site, the Long Island Advocate, in collaboration with the Press Club of Long Island, will … more
U.S. Rep. Tom Suozzi, a Democrat of Glen Cove, is running in a three-way primary against Melanie D’Arrigo, of Port Washington, and Michael Weinstock, of Great Neck, to retain his 3rdDistrict … more
A bill in the New York State Legislature would help small business owners better market themselves and promote their businesses, as Long Island’s economy begins to reopen. Under the … more
Thousands turned out for a Black Lives Matter protest in Merrick and Bellmore today, and Heralds Executive Editor Scott Brinton follow the protesters as they made their way from Merrick to Bellmore … more
What started as a trickle of protesters lining up at 6 p.m. Tuesday in front of the Trader Joe’s on Merrick Road, in Merrick, quickly grew to a mass of more than 150, who prayed, chanted and shouted George Floyd’s name at passing cars, many of which honked back in response. more
People started to stream into the demonstration in front of the Nassau County Legislature and Executive Building in Mineola nearly an hour before the scheduled 5:30 p.m. start time. They had come to … more
The future of the Oceanside Library will be in the hands of residents who will vote on a proposed $33.5 million bond, known as Vision 2020, to upgrade the facility. Ballots were sent out last Friday and must be mailed in and postmarked by June 9. more
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