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Roughly 275 people circulated through the banquet hall at O’Connell Gardens in Oceanside to gather information from more than 35 vendors who had tables set up around the perimeter of the room as Herald Community Newspapers presented its second Senior Health Expo on April 11. more
Darab Lawyer and Vanessa Ambrosecchia were honored at the Century 21 American Homes Awards Gala at Chateau Briand in Carle Place on March 27. more
Long Beach School District officials proposed a $142 million budget for the 2019-20 school year at the March 28 Board of Education meeting, a $2.5 … more
Lynbrook village officials have scheduled a public information meeting for April 22 at 6:30 p.m. at Village Hall, where more information about the Greis Park Master Plan will be shared. more
Decorations and smiles filled the room at the Atria of Lynbrook on April 4 as the facility celebrated the birthdays of residents Nanette Fishman, who turned 100 on that day, and Winifred Boehmke, who turned 101 on April 8. more
Almost 40 women gathered at Temple Hillel on April 3 to decompress from their Passover preparations, which include destroying or selling leavened food, cleaning appliances and setting the table for the first two Seders. During the Seders — which are held on the first and second night of the holiday — Jews eat matzo, read the story of Exodus, drink four cups of wine and sing songs. more
Eliminating teaching assistants, cutting the frequency of a foreign language program in Rockville Centre’s elementary schools and using existing resources instead of expanding the district’s guidance department raised concerns from the Board of Education at a budget work session on April 4 at South Side High School. more
Eat Gastropub hosts live musicians every weekend more
By Bridget Downes bdownes@liherald.com U.S. Sen. Charles Schumer and other elected officials are calling on the Federal Emergency Management Agency to halt a plan to revamp the National Flood … more
Under an agreement reached as part of the state budget passed by lawmakers over the weekend, plastic bags will be banned in all New York retail stores starting next March, which has left many locals pleased. more
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