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How To Keep Those Fitness Resolutions

How To Keep Those Fitness Resolutions By Bobbie Arnel Every New Years Eve, one of the most prevalent resolutions made is to lose weight and get healthy. Gyms are all busting at the seams in January with people trying to attain those health and fitness goals.
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Kennedy’s CyberPatriot team places first yet again

The Kennedy Senior CyberPatriot team, “Devs 2.0” placed first in New York State in the Platinum tier for the second year in a row and are now defending state champions. The senior team achieved 150th out of over 3,000 high school teams across the nation. The senior CyberPatriots will
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Town of Hempstead Induction of Officials

The Town of Hempstead inaugural ceremony inducting elected officials into office took place at Town Hall, One Washington Street, Hempstead on January 7, 2020. Donald X. Clavin, Jr. was sworn into office as Town Supervisor by his sister, Honorable Virginia Clavin-Higgins, Valley Stream Village
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McDonough Warns Of “A Not So Happy New Year” As Suspected Criminals Are Released

Assemblyman Dave McDonough (R,C,I-Merrick) is warning constituents that it will be a not so happy new year with the dangerous criminal justice reforms that became law on January 1, 2020. The so-called ‘bail reform’ measures, passed by a contingent of ultra-liberal lawmakers during last year’s budget process, will allow

Elected Officials Join Multi-Faith Religious Leaders To Condemn Anti-Semitism and Bias Attacks

Don Clavin, who officially became Hempstead Town Supervisor on New Year’s Day, united with Senior Councilwoman Dorothy Goosby, Councilman Bruce Blakeman, Councilman Anthony D’Esposito, Assemblywoman Missy Miller and a diverse group of religious leaders at the Yeshiva of South Shore in
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911 Remembrance

We can never forget the community members whose lives were lost in the 9-11 terrorist attack. Ceremonies continue to be held to recognize those whose lives were cut short on this day of infamy, including many of whom rushed into harm’s way to save countless others, only