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Since Jonathan Goodstein of Hewlett, a junior at the University of Arizona, committed suicide almost six years ago, his family has tried to reach as... [Read More]
Though he moved to Henderson, Nevada, James Vota Jr. still had his Lawrence High School lettermen's sweater. The longtime Inwood resident moved there when he was 11.... [Read More]
The Billboard Hot 100 Music Festival, set for Aug. 18 and 19 at the Northwell Health at Jones Beach Theater, has made its mark for... [Read More]
Stepping through the security door at the former Franklin Square convent of St. Catherine of Sienna, visitors would never suppose from the peaceful atmosphere and... [Read More]
The Town of Hempstead Supervisor's office announced that the beach at East Atlantic Beach is closed until further notice, and Nassau County police are... [Read More]
At a recent City Council meeting, Connie Mele, a resident of Laurel Avenue, held her index fingers a foot or so apart as she told... [Read More]
Even though New York American Water's conservation rates were designed to reward customers for limiting water use, the utility's deputy chief operating officer, Bill Varley,... [Read More]
The evening of August 7 started like most others for EMFD's bravest unwinding at home from a day's work. But with chaotic weather systems moving... [Read More]
Beechwood Homes, a Jericho-based real estate developer, is looking to build a 104-unit, age-restricted condominium complex at the former site of Temple Emanu-El on Merrick... [Read More]
After volunteering at the Oceanside Fire Department for over 50 years, former chief Steven Klein was elected president of the Firemen's Association of the State... [Read More]
Ten Long Island high school students from diverse racial, cultural and economic backgrounds —— including six from Elmont and two from Freeport — recently took... [Read More]
Organizers of special events are calling on the City of Long Beach to conduct an economic study to analyze the revenue generated around town during... [Read More]
Long Island is a great place to live, but what we lack is a new, major employer willing to invest in Nassau and Suffolk counties. [Read More]
Bayville has a storied past of ugly political races and bickering among its leaders. Even so, there was outrage and confusion on Monday, when residents... [Read More]
The steamy summer day felt slightly cooler underneath the canopy of trees at the Theodore Roosevelt Sanctuary Center in Oyster Bay. On Aug. 9, campers... [Read More]
The grounds surrounding the Oyster Bay Post Office on Shore Avenue look so different that one might pass the colonial revival building completely before realizing... [Read More]
A new emergency alert system is coming to Nassau County libraries. The Rave Panic Button, an application that provides a fast response in emergency situations,... [Read More]
More than 100 people gathered on Aug. 11 to donate blood at Masjid Hamza in Valley Stream, as members of the community prepared to depart... [Read More]
The result of the Long Island Power Authority's ongoing tax certiorari case focusing on four of its power plants could hurt the borrowing ability of... [Read More]
Performances/On Stage Endless Summer The Beach Boys Tribute band in concert, Thursday, Aug. 16, 8 p.m. Hewlett Point Park, 130 Hewlett Point Ave.,... [Read More]