Monthly Archive:: July 2014

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Weinman Hardware to Close Store September 1

Your NewsMag has learned that nonagenarian Roy Wienman will close the Weinman hardware store that had once been the anchor of the Bedford Avenue corridor on Monday, September 1. His son David is in contract to lease property “close” to the

See Who Won What at LIIFE’s 2014 Awards Ceremony

The 17th Annual Long Island International Film Expo (LIIFE) drew to a close on Thursday​,​ July 17,  with the Closing Night Party and Awards Ceremony that included a buffet dinner in the Filmmakers Lounge  (Firemens Exempt Hall), where filmmakers informally gathered

McDonough Sees Traction in Test Data Release

From state Assemblyman Dave McDonough: Common Core reform, something I and my colleagues in the Minority Conference have been fighting for, was one of the most important and divisive issues during this year’s legislative session.  The recent decision by Commissioner King
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North and Central Merrick Civic to Restart Neighborhood Watch Program

In response to growing concerns from residents in the North and Central Merrick neighborhoods along William Street, and Fraser and Maeder Avenues, the North and Central Merrick Civic Association looks to re-institute its Neighborhood Watch Program. A recent attempted murder at
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North Merrick Residents Demand Action – New Update

NEW UPDATE:  from the Town of Hempstead: Working with the Nassau County Police Department, the town has posted the house located at 241 William Street with a “notice to vacate.” Tenants who reside at the house must leave the premises within