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Paul Gillespie’s life has been shaped by two major careers and passions: lifeguarding and wrestling. One has offered him a lifetime of beach, sand and saltwater. The other has given him a … more
There’s nothing bigger on Long Island — at least as far as annual hospital golf fundraiser goes, and it kicks off Monday, May 15 at three Nassau County courses. Sponsored by Mount … more
After spending a few years in the corporate world, Wantagh native Sam DeMase — using the experiences she had gained — circled back to her childhood love of writing to publish her book “Power Mood.” more
For over 60 years, women who claimed they were sexually abused by Stuart Copperman, a former pediatrician who owned and operated a Merrick practice, have waited for answers, and now, some form of justice may be on the horizon. more
More than 200 people showed up recently to not only celebrate Women’s History Month, but to support a charity as well, raising more than $60,000 for Family & Children’s Association. more
There are nearly two-dozen more conditional cannabis dispensary licenses on their way to Long Island. But thanks to local pushback in a number of Nassau County communities, chances are very low one … more
The Seaford 9/11 Memorial Committee was created to remember — and mourn — the five local victims of the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, keeping their memory alive year-round. more
She remains at the top of the children’s entertainment scene. Acclaimed as the “The Adele of the preschool crowd” or the “Queen of kindie rock,” Laurie Berkner is an industry unto herself. The first recording artist to perform in music videos on Nick Jr., her original songs, music videos, books, and three original off-Broadway musicals have made her ubiquitous in American households. more
Herald Community Newspapers took home nine state awards at the New York Press Association’s annual Better Newspaper Contest over the weekend in Albany. more
They flocked from all over Long Island to learn from one of soccer’s greatest — Carli Lloyd. But the 400 or so young athletes who gathered at the Mitchell Athletic Complex in Uniondale this past Saturday got an added bonus, with a chance to bend it like David Beckham — with David Beckham. more
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