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A water main break on Scranton Avenue near Peninsula Boulevard in Lynbrook on Wednesday caused water pressure issues in the village, along with parts of Malverne, East Rockaway, Valley Stream and the Five Towns. more
After nearly a dozen residents showed up to the Town of Hempstead Board of Zoning Appeals meeting last month to protest a controversial driveway at a 7-Eleven under construction in Island Park, the board announced on Feb. 7 that it has ordered the curb cut to be removed. more
From generating new businesses, to goals for the year, to thoughts on the Cornerstone and other potential projects, the Herald conducted a question-and-answer session with Chamber of Commerce President Steve Wangel. more
Six years ago, with no budget, no permits and no rules, Oceanside native Scott Weil set out to produce the film “Once Upon a Superhero” with its writer and director, John M. Kline, in Los Angeles. After several setbacks and a lengthy post-production process, Weil will return home to Long Island when the award-winning film screens at Malverne Cinema on Feb. 21. more
The Lynbrook Chamber of Commerce and the League of Women Voters will host a Meet the Candidates Night and Debate for those running in the upcoming village election at the Lynbrook Public Library on March 7, at 7 p.m. All residents are welcome. more
Each year, at least 1.7 million adults in the U.S. develop sepsis, according to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention. Sepsis is the body’s extreme response to an infection, and kills nearly 270,000 Americans annually. more
Mike Graham said he anticipated his Flowers by Mike shop to be busy preparing for its first Valentine’s Day rush, but that didn’t stop him from dedicating two to three hours to preparing and donating 350 roses to patients at South Nassau Communities Hospital on the holiday. more
The Mudra Foundation: Art for a Cause has agreed to underwrite an annual medical education lecture series that will focus on innovations and research in medicine to further medical education at South Nassau Communities Hospital. more
The Louis Feil Charitable Lead Annuity Trust made a $1.75 million donation to South Nassau Communities Hospital to help relocate the hospital’s cancer program to a centralized comprehensive cancer center that will be based on the hospital’s main campus in Oceanside. more
The son of a rabbi who was known for owning an iconic kosher deli on Manhattan’s Lower East Side now owns the nation’s largest kosher supermarket chain. Joseph Bistritzky, his family and a group of investors are the new owners of the six-store Seasons franchise, which filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy last fall. more
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