Monthly Archive:: October 2014

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Meet The Candidates Night Offers Surprises (Plus: The Interviews)

(Photo: Kathleen Rice) Republican County Legislator Michael Venditto, running for New York State’s Eighth Senatorial District, faced loud boos and jeers at a Meet the Candidates night after he answered why he embarked on a harsh mail and robocall campaign against
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E-Cycling a North Merrick Success

Hempstead Town Supervisor Kate Murray, right, gives Nancy and Michelle Kreinsen of North Merrick a helping hand at the Town of Hempstead E-Cycling Program held at Point Lookout Town Park in Point Lookout with their old electronics items recently. Thousands of

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New Website Provides World of Services for Special Needs Children

Bellmore resident Tim Flynn doesn’t understand what the fuss is about in the continual fight to reduce taxes, saying citizens may not know what their tax dollars actually pay for to improve their lives. For example, Flynn, who is a director

Popular Bellmore Postal Worker Retires

Pat Montefusco, a welcoming and popular clerk at the Bellmore post office for over 20 years as he handed out stamps, money orders and made residents’ concerns over the labyrinth of postal services easy to understand with simple explanations, has retired

NYAmerican Water Begins Expansion of Headquarters

(Photo: Corner Smith Street and Brooklyn Avenue) NY American Water is undergoing expansion of its present office at 90 Brooklyn Avenue in Merrick with a new 9500 square-foot office complex that will employee 50 people, according to a spokesperson for the