Prayers of support at Hicksville Hindu temple for Nepal earthquake victims
A gathering of mostly Nepalese immigrants knelt in prayer and lit candles Sunday night at the Asamai Hindu Temple in Hicksville to show support and solidarity for the victims of the deadly Nepal earthquake.
New Hyde Park delays action on a law to require 'double' poles be removed on roads
A proposed New Hyde Park law that would establish fines for utility companies that do no not take down decommissioned poles has been put on hold indefinitely since local officials are now satisfied with the progress being made so far in their removal.
Hundreds of LI's Sandy insurance claimants may have to repay grants
More than 500 families who received grants to rebuild their homes from the state's superstorm Sandy recovery program may be required to repay the money if they succeed in negotiating larger insurance settlements.
Bernice Cohen Waldbaum, widow of one of Waldbaum's founders, head of foundation, dies at 87
Bernice Cohen Waldbaum, whom family called a headstrong woman ahead of her time and the not-so-silent partner in one America's most storied grocery store chains, has died. She was 87.
Garden City woman driving with 7-year-old daughter charged with DWI after crash
A Garden City woman was released on her own recognizance Sunday after being charged with aggravated drunken driving Saturday after colliding with another vehicle while she had her 7-year-old daughter in her car.
Hempstead man charged in thefts of rooftop heating and air-conditioning parts, police say
A Hempstead man is scheduled to be arraigned Sunday on second-degree grand larceny and other offenses for removal of rooftop air conditioner parts belonging to a Salvation Army building in Hempstead and for five other similar incidents in the village, Nassau County police said.
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Today, we are talking to people about sustainable economic development, because we think it's important to show support for key issues that affect our community - like places in the Elmont for young professionals to live, shop and be entertained; like keeping families closer together and rebuilding the economic and social pillars of the community.
Barbara Reynolds is a Long Island Regional PTA Board Member and recently installed SEPTA (Special Education Parent Teacher Association) Board Member. She sent the quoted email to a list of residents and parents shortly after being installed as SEPTA board member.