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Nailing It Since 1921

Written by Stephen Levine Wednesday, 07 August 2013 00:00

Hardware store shows mom and pops still rock

With recent economic troubles, local family owned mom and pop stores have not fared well. Fortunately, a gem still stands  with Best Hardware and Mill Supplies at 406 Jericho Turnpike. 


The local hardware store sitting aside the nearby CVS Pharmacy and 


Students Honored For Green Smarts

Saturday, 03 August 2013 00:00

Throughout the year, the Town of North Hempstead sponsors environmental events for students aimed at educating them about the importance of preserving nature and their surroundings.  This includes community clean-ups, grocery bag projects, poetry contests, the Environmental “Mock” Town Board and more.  


The Town of North Hempstead recently honored more 250 students at the Clinton G. Martin Community Center.


Safety Day In Williston Park

Written by Gary Simeone Friday, 02 August 2013 00:00

Ra holds awarness event in Kelleher Park

Despite the hot and humid weather, plenty of people turned out for the recent Family Safety Day at Kelleher Park in Williston Park. New York State Assemblyman Ed Ra and Williston Park Mayor Paul Ehrbar were in attendance for the event  which featured three safety tables highlighting the community’s commitment to keeping children and families safe. The three tables included a fire safety table, AT&T’s No Texting and Driving and Nassau County’s Kidpix Child Identification Program.


Support A Gladiator

Written by Edwina Bien-Aime Thursday, 01 August 2013 00:00

Golf Classic to benefit NHP Memorial alum

New Hyde Park Memorial High school alum Neil Duggan will be honored at The 23rd Annual Gladiator Fund Golf Classic Friday, Sept. 13. The Gladiator Fund is a local organization, which aids families afflicted by catastrophic illness. 


Duggan has bone cancer. He was diagnosed a week before Christmas in 2012 and after spending time in the hospital, he said he had “good results.” Duggan went into the hospital again Friday, July 24. “It’s an honor [to be recognized], to have all the support from friends and family.” 


Learning Center Awaits County Approval

Written by Rich Forestano Wednesday, 31 July 2013 00:00

English Skills Center to open in New Hyde Park

Jainy Thomas wants to help village youth. The eight-year resident sees a need for additional learning, specifically English, and is looking to make the corner of Hillside Boulevard and Jericho Turnpike a stronghold for learning via a center recently approved by the village board of trustees.


“I want to try to utilize my educational background with my professional experience to start an English learning center in the Village of New Hyde Park,” says Thomas, a certified K-12 teacher. She likened her idea to Mathnaisum, which is dedicated to tutoring students in math and has nine Long Island locations, including New Hyde Park.


Making Dreams Come True

Written by Geralyn Greco Saturday, 27 July 2013 00:00

“When I grow up I want to be a dancer and a fashion designer for dancers, so I can dance while wearing the outfits.” Pint-size student Joelle Paccione from New Hyde Park is one of the many dancers at the American Theater Dance Workshop in New Hyde Park determined to have a career in dance.  Thirty years ago a small dance training facility “The American Dance Machine,” opened its doors to the public.  


Founded by Broadway dancer, director and choreographer, Lee Theodore, the school began a place to preserve the great Broadway numbers that had come to pass. Theodore led the American Dance Machine until her death in 1986. Theodore was a highly respected artist appearing as the character Anybodys, in the original production of West Side Story.


Little Leaguer Named Tri-State Champion

Written by Greg Giaconelli Friday, 26 July 2013 00:00

Eight-year-old NHP girl places in Top Ten nationwide 

Eight-year-old New Hyde Park Little League player Tori Parente has been named Tri State Champion in the 7/8 age group in Major League Baseball’s Annual Pitch, Hit and Run

Competition (PHR). After finishing in first place in the first three levels of competition, she placed eighth overall in the country to wrap up her remarkable run.


PHR is the league’s official skills competition. Youngsters compete in four rounds, with the first taking place locally. 


End Of An ‘Empire’

Written by Rich Forestano Thursday, 25 July 2013 00:00

Pool hall shuts its doors

Empire Billiards in New Hyde Park has apparently scratched on the eight ball. New Hyde Park village officials announced last week the bar and pool hall, which had been met with extreme criticism and community outrage for some time, shut its doors for good on Sunday, June 30. 


Village officials said they received notice about the closing when public works representatives visited the bar to conduct an inspection. Public Works Superintendent Tom

Gannon was going to issue yet another series of summons before Mayor Robert Lofaro heard Empire may close. He said the hall’s final Sunday on June 30 night saw a standing-room-only crowd with about 30 people outside the club until 2 a.m. 


Bumpy Ride For Walk Street

Written by Rich Forestano Wednesday, 24 July 2013 09:35

Co-owner feels bar unfairly tarred by billiard hall problems

Walk Street Tavern owner Jimmy Tubbs walked out of Village Hall on Tuesday, July 16 frustrated at having his restaurant compared to a shuttered pool hall.


Tubbs and village trustees got into a verbal tussle after Tubbs’ business was mentioned in the same breath with the controversial Empire Billiards, which recently closed. Tubbs feels his tavern is being unjustly saddled with baggage from the defunct pool hall.


Walk Street’s location put it in rough company. Residents repeatedly complained about noise at Empire as well as numerous quality of life issues from late-night patrons at the BP gas station, including public urination, fights and loitering. While Walk Street may have gotten caught in the fray, problems were raised by concerned residents.


Tanner Tapped To NCVOA Top Spot

Written by Chris Boyle Saturday, 20 July 2013 00:00

East Williston mayor appointed president of village officials association


The Nassau County Village Officials Association (NCVOA) elected its executive board for the 2013-14 year on Thursday, June 27, headed up by newly appointed president and current East Williston Mayor David Tanner.


This year’s installation dinner was held at the La Marmite Restaurant in Williston Park, where a virtual who’s who of local and county government was present, including recently appointed Town of Oyster Bay Clerk James Altadonna, formerly the mayor of Massapequa Park.


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