When lifelong Levittowner William Flinn first hit the stage it was his love for singing and music that brought him there. Now, Flinn, 26, can still be found on a stage, but he’ll be cracking jokes instead.
Hempstead Town once again hosted a touching memorial to honor those who were lost on September 11, 2001 and bring comfort to all who were affected by the terrorist attacks. The sunrise ceremony, which was held on Friday, September 11, featured beautiful chrome replicas of the Twin Towers.
On Sept. 9, the Levittown Public School District’s Board of Education gathered for one of its regular public meetings.
Aqua-New York Water Company has submitted a request to the New York State Public Service Commission (PSC) seeking approval to raise their rates in areas where residents and businesses are already paying nearly three times more for water than public water district ratepayers.
Matt Hynes of Levittown has recently announced his candidacy for Town of Hempstead Council District 6. Running on the Democratic/Working Families party lines, Hynes calls himself “a proud Long Islander who is committed to serving his community.”
Over 10 years, three superintendents and countless public meetings later, the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) has selected the final remedy for the lead contamination issue in the basement of Island Trees High School.
Hempstead Town Supervisor Kate Murray and Councilman Gary Hudes recently criticized a NYS Department of Transportation (DOT) plan to extend the Wantagh Parkway Bike Path, also known as the Ellen Ferrant Bicycle Path, while unsafe conditions along the area remain unresolved.
In 2001, then-Governor George Pataki signed into law a measure that required all New York State schools to install new safety devices on all moving partition walls used in school gymnasiums and auditoriums. The legislation was designed to prevent accidental deaths and serious physical injuries.
The Homicide Squad reports the details of a fatal motor vehicle accident that occurred in East Meadow on Aug. 23 at 4:15 a.m.
In its second year at Nassau University Medical Center in East Meadow, the Farmers’ Market is still growing in popularity. With the ‘go green’ initiative in full swing, more and more consumers are interested in knowing exactly where their food comes from and what’s in it.
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