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Kids got to practice their bicycle riding skills in the AAA Bike Rodeo at Glen Head Elementary School on April 29. Hosted by Boy Scout Troop 195, Glen Head School PTO and North Shore Community Youth … more
North Shore School District administrators and parents were all smiles in the high school gym as the passing of the $39.9 million school bond was announced on Dec. 10. According to tentative results, … more
The Nassau County Legislature unanimously approved legislation on Nov. 25 to restrict the sale of most flavored vape products countywide. The law’s passage follows a recent uptick in vaping-related … more
New York American Water’s recent announcement that it plans to sell its New York operation to Liberty Utilities for $608 million has led North and South Shore activists to join forces in a campaign … more
The Long Island Power Authority and Nassau County reached a tentative agreement on Nov. 22 in a settlement over LIPA’s property tax challenges in Glenwood Landing and Island Park, which, once … more
When one thinks of teen and tween musicians, thoughts may immediately go toward middle school marching bands or young people playing three-chord cover songs in their parents’ garage. This is … more
Courtney Citko likes to run events. She used to run farmers markets in Farmingdale and Deer Park before becoming a director with Pampered Chef, a company that sells kitchen utensils to home … more
The mission is to support retired military personnel with a range of services and resources and according to Ralph Esposito, director of the county Veterans Agency — “the event is a mission to … more
If the holiday season approaches, but you’re not feeling very holly-jolly, you’re not alone. Forty-six percent of New York metro area residents have high or very high levels of holiday-induced stress, according to a new “Truth in Medicine” poll conducted by Mount Sinai South Nassau. By comparison, only 31 percent are very highly or highly stressed during non-holiday periods. more
Tom and Mercy, Ben, Nancy and Jacob. These were only five of the slaves who lived on Long Island before New York abolished slavery in 1827. “In some cases, a single piece of paper with one of … more
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