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Herricks’ Three Intel Semifinalists

Written by Rich Forestano Thursday, 23 January 2014 00:00

For Sachit Singal, William Chung and Ankoor Talwar, being named Intel Semifinalists for Herricks High School is an honor unto itself. They all say their passion is science, which drove them to study medicine.

 

Singal has been involved in Herricks’ science research program since 2009, exposing his acumen in chemistry to various labs on Long Island. He worked primarily at Stony Brook University as a Simons Fellow under Dr. Iwao Ojima.

 

The focus of the lab group was cancer. While Singal feels he has been exposed to cancer research, he wanted to home in on tackling infectious diseases.

 

Comedy Night Benefits Sick Child

Written by Michael Scro Wednesday, 22 January 2014 00:00

Laughter truly was the best medicine for family and friends of 2 1/2-year old Owen Hogan of New Hyde Park, son of FDNY firefighter Tim Hogan, who was recently diagnosed with aplastic anemia. The recent “Laughter Saves Lives” comedy benefit on at the Long Beach Hotel raised $5,000.

 

Although Owen has been undergoing treatment since being diagnosed last year, his greatest chance of survival is with a bone marrow transplant. He is currently hospitalized in Philadelphia with his parents by his side.

 

Herricks Stands Firm Against InBloom

Written by Chris Boyle Thursday, 16 January 2014 00:00

The Herricks Board of Education held its monthly trustees meeting on Thursday Jan. 9. New York State and the new policy of student data mining was at the forefront of the conversation.

 

Trustee Brian Hassan also gave an update on the Herricks District and their slow-but-sure progress on combating the encroachment of the New York State Education Department (NYSED) and sharing of personal student information with a third party data collection company called InBloom.

 

Loehmann’s Is Going Out Of Business

Written by Illustrated News Staff editorial@antonnews.com Friday, 17 January 2014 00:00

After almost 93 years, Loehmann’s in New Hyde Park, an upscale off-price specialty retailer that originated the concept, is going out of business.  

 

Yesterday, the U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Manhattan approved an order authorizing a joint venture formed by SB Capital Group, LLC, Tiger Capital Group, LLC, and A & G Realty Partners, to conduct “Going Out of Business” sales in each of Loehmann’s 39 locations in 11 states and the District of Columbia.  More than $65 million of current in-season inventory and new arrivals from many of the top designer names will be liquidated during the sale, which begins Jan. 9. Loehmann’s is located at 1550 Union Turnpike in the Lake

Success Shopping Center.

 

McCarthy: ‘It’s Time For A Change’

Written by Rich Forestano Thursday, 16 January 2014 00:00

Congresswoman Carolyn McCarthy (D-Mineola) announced on Wednesday, Jan. 8 that she would not seek re-election this year. The former nurse has been battling lung cancer since last year.

 

“It just hits you,” she said. “There’s an expression called “chemo-brain,” which makes you kind of forgetful and tired. I said jokingly ‘That’s great. I can see myself sitting next to my chairman and fall asleep by accident.”

 

The Mineola resident said that cancer was not the reason she decided to not seek re-election. Ending her run in Congress entered the picture after the December 2012 Sandy Hook shootings in Newtown, Conn.

 

McCarthy: ‘It’s Time For A Change’

Written by Rich Forestano Tuesday, 14 January 2014 09:20

Congresswoman Carolyn McCarthy (D-Mineola) announced on Wednesday, Jan. 8 that she would not seek re-election this year. The former nurse has been battling lung cancer since last year.

 

“It just hits you,” she said. “There’s an expression called “chemo-brain,” which makes you kind of forgetful and tired. I said jokingly ‘That’s great. I can see myself sitting next to my chairman and fall asleep by accident.”

 

The Mineola resident said that cancer was not the reason she decided to not seek re-election. Ending her run in Congress entered the picture after the December 2012 Sandy Hook shootings in Newtown, Conn.

 

Sparks Fly At Fire Board Meeting

Written by Rich Forestano Wednesday, 15 January 2014 00:00

The New Hyde Park Board of Fire Commissioners are fighting a Dec. 6 Nassau County Supreme Court ruling that says Commissioner Michael Dolan, Sr. should be reinstated as a firefighter in the New Hyde Park Fire Department. 

 

Dolan recently won a lawsuit he brought against the commissioners, challenging his dismissal in February 2013 from the fire department. Dolan Sr. cannot be removed as a commissioner (an elected position) except by voters or legislative action. But the 69-year-old is no longer a volunteer firefighter.

 

Dolan Sr. and his son, Michael Jr. were arrested on July 15, 2012 for allegedly stealing 65 smoke detectors from the department on June 21, 2012. He and his son were suspended shortly after the arrest.

 

Locals Singers Tackle Masterpiece

Written by Illustrated News Staff Thursday, 09 January 2014 00:00

New Hyde Park residents will headline the Mineola Choral Society’s (MCS) next performance on Sunday, Jan. 26 at 3 p.m. in the Cathedral of the Incarnation at 50 Cathedral Avenue in Garden City. Singers Cassandra Lems, Carol Wendling, Joan Alford, Carole Morrison and Lawrence Fong will take the stage when the choral society will perform Johannes Brahms’ towering choral masterwork, EineDeutsches Requiem. 

 

In this work, Brahms departed from the traditional liturgical components of a requiem Mass, and instead selected Old and New Testament verses from the German Luther Bible, assembled into seven movements to be performed by chorus, baritone and soprano soloists, and orchestra. The work has been called the central work of Brahms’ career, the one that established him as a composer of major stature and linked two of the most important spheres of his lifelong musical endeavor, the vocal and the symphonic.

 

Inauguration: Mangano’s Second Term Begins

Written by Donna Duffy Friday, 10 January 2014 00:00

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County Executive Edward P. Mangano reflects on his first term and looks at what’s ahead.

 

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Edward P. Mangano is sworn in by Supreme Court Justice Thomas Feinman using a makeshift iPad Bible. Mangano’s son Sal, wife, Linda, and William F. Murphy, bishop of the Diocese of Rockville Centre, look on.

 

County Executive thanks ‘Team Nassau’ and pledges more

 

Nassau County Executive Edward P. Mangano was sworn in to a second term on Jan. 2 at Bethpage High School. When a paper Bible couldn’t be located, he took the oath of office with his hand on an iPad that had the Bible on-screen. Here is his speech, abridged due to space limitations. 

 

Good Morning!

 

Colleagues in government, reverend clergy, distinguished guests, family and friends: Thank you for celebrating with me today. 

 

Choppers Flout Noise Laws

Written by Rich Forestano Thursday, 09 January 2014 00:00

In spite of what federal law says and in spite of what a federal court says, helicopters are still flying right over New Hyde Park and other residential parts of the north shore, harming citizens and the town with excessive and unlawful aircraft noise. 

 

New Hyde Park Village trustee Donald Barbieri is among many residents and officials who are frustrated that local helicopter operators continue to flout a U.S. Court of Appeals ruling from late 2013, which states that helicopters in the New York metro area must fly over water one mile out from the north shore of Long Island, to minimize noise pollution in residential areas. Barbieri has even reached out to Congresswoman Carolyn McCarthy to press the Federal Aviation Administration to enforce the ruling.

 

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