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August 25, 2016
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The Nassau County Legislature, once divided in their approval to fund the third phase of road repair to West Shore Road, voted unanimously to approve state funds on Aug. 15. The Legislature’s … more
Ron Martorelli, St. Dominic’s new elementary school principle, is comfortable with change. Working as a computer science teacher first with adults at Katharine Gibbs School, and then as a high … more
While walking from house to house campaigning, Jim Gaughran kept hearing the same thing. “It seemed as if I kept meeting either a parent or a teacher, many times they were both, and they all wanted … more
The Nassau County Legislature approved a measure on Aug. 1 to waive all building fees for Superstorm Sandy victims. The fee-waiver period will be in effect until Dec. 31, 2017. “I am pleased to … more
The Locust Valley Central School District Board of Education held a discussion last Wednesday to consider the possibility of videotaping board meetings, which would be available to district residents … more
In the state’s audit of the financial management of the Locust Valley School District’s $77.6 million budget, examiners found only $20,262 in expenditures that they said were not properly bid … more
When it comes to helping people living with dementia and those who care for them, the Cold Spring Harbor Whaling Museum is stepping up to the plate. The museum joined with two other arts and … more
When the Roman candle exploded Chris Montell knew he was in big trouble. The firefighter looked at what was left of his bloodied right hand and immediately hid it under his T-shirt. “I didn’t … more
Save Bayville Now Inc., created for those dissatisfied with decisions made by the village government, refer to themselves as a civic group. Their agenda is, however, targeted, at least for now, on … more
A decision by State Supreme Court Justice Jerome C. Murphy on June 30 nullified three local laws that had caused much rancor in the Village of Bayville. The lawsuit was submitted last fall against … more
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