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Molloy College offering new cuisine to students in wake of food quality complaints

Molloy College decided to part ways with its food vendor last week after students voiced concerns about the school’s quality of food, but has expanded its food offerings as it looks for a new one.

New law bans pet leasing in New York

Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Sept. 24 signed a bill that makes the practice of leasing dogs and cats to consumers illegal. “As I’ve learned firsthand, pets quickly become members of your family, and it …

Laura Gillen introduces new Town of Hempstead ethics reform package

Hempstead Town Supervisor Laura Gillen proposed an ethics reform package on Monday focused on addressing issues of nepotism and politics in the workplace, which she said have plagued the town in recent years.

Town approves Grand Avenue church in Baldwin

The Town of Hempstead Board of Appeals on Aug. 22 unanimously approved an application to allow a church at the former site of the Wander Inn, at 2880 Grand Ave. The Rev. Cesar Morataya, pastor of the …

Roosevelt man charged with Freeport rape

Nassau County police Saturday evening arrested one in the rape of a 36-year-old Freeport woman in front of her Parson Avenue home in the early morning of Sept. 28.

Editorial

Hempstead board must allow election debate

One Republican Town Board member endorsed and another offered support for Laura Gillen, a Democrat, when she was elected Hempstead supervisor last November, so she — and most voters — were hoping for . . .

There is more to Baldwin than Grand and Merrick

Because I’m a native of Baldwin, the vitality of Grand Avenue is near and dear to my heart, and addressing the economic and developmental needs of the corridor is a focal point of my …

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