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The East Rockaway Grist Mill Museum Committee and village officials have announced the details for the 50th annual Huckleberry Frolic. more
The Lynbrook village board of trustees unanimously voted on April 15 to adopt a $43.3 million budget for 2019-20. more
Village officials from Lynbrook and Rockville Centre have reached an agreement on a route for an upcoming $176 million Public Service Enterprise Group of Long Island project, which is to install a 7.3-mile, 138-kilovolt underground transmission line between Garden City and Lynbrook.  more
Pop’s Wine & Spirits rang in a new era last Saturday, as owners Chu and Ting Lin celebrated its grand reopening with a ribbon- cutting after taking over the business, which was a cornerstone establishment run by Nick Poulos and his family for more than 70 years. more
Lt. Col. Joseph Whaley’s double life of leading a chocolate company and the New York National Guard’s 1st Battalion, 69th Infantry can get hectic at times. “Battalion commander is a lot of responsibility, and there’s a lot of moving pieces,” said Whaley, 44, of Rockville Centre. more
The Rockville Centre Board of Education passed the district’s proposed 2019-20 budget, 4-0, on April 16 after a hearing that addressed the board’s previous concerns with the $120 million spending plan. Trustee Susan McNulty was absent during the vote. more
Head to Wayne French Kitchen for live entertainment and dancing on April 26 from 7 to 10 p.m. more
South Nassau Communities Hospital has named board member and Manhattan-based real estate management and investment executive Anthony Ponte and long-time facility and planning leader Bill Ulrich as co-honorees of its 35th annual golf outing on May 20. more
Rockville Centre King Kullen shoppers took time out of their routine on April 6 to fill an 18-wheeler truck with 650 pounds of non-perishable food that will be donated to Island Harvest as part of Steinway Moving and Storage’s annual Fill-a-Truck food drive. more
About once a month for almost 14 years, John Barragan witnessed drivers stop on railroad tracks across Long Island when he was working as a crossing inspector for the Long Island Rail Road. Often, he said, the drivers were distracted — either texting, doing their makeup, or eating — and missed the flashing lights warning of an oncoming train. more
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