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Early voting begins in New York on Saturday, Oct. 24, and runs through Sunday, Nov. 1. The polling station in Wantagh has changed to 3484 Park Ave., and is located at the American Legion Post 1273. Daily times vary. more
Just as in the lives of human loved ones, the time inevitably comes in relationships with animal companions when decisions must be made about their final arrangements. A few are so unsentimental … more
In the second quarter of the year, Jackie Gordon boasted a substantial fundraising advantage over her opponent, Assemblyman Andrew Garbarino, in the race for Rep. Peter King’s Second Congressional District seat. more
Crowds variously estimated at from 300 to 500 gathered in Seaford and drove to Bellmore Thursday afternoon to demonstrate their support for President Donald Trump, who last week contracted the … more
Former Vice President Joe Biden, the Democratic presidential nominee, endorsed Democrat Jackie Gordon on Monday in the race to succeed U.S. Rep. Peter King in New York’s 2nd Congressional … more
In August 2019, Christopher Carini was just months away from being elected the Hempstead town councilman in the 5th Councilmanic District. Carini, 45, a former New York City and Port Authority police … more
Fresh off of her June primary win, first-time candidate Jackie Gordon, a Democratic former Babylon councilwoman and veteran, kicked off her general election campaign in the 2nd Congressional District on June 13 with a celebratory videoconference. more
On July 5, more than 1,000 people gathered at Wantagh High School to show their support for law enforcement officials as part of the Blue Lives Matter movement. more
Seaford celebrated Juneteenth last Friday, as some 150 people from Nassau and Suffolk counties marched from Amityville Memorial High School to Cedar Creek … more
“Peaceful protest."That sentiment reverberated through the streets of Wantagh and Levittown on June 20, as about 125 people marched in solidarity through the two hamlets. more
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