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PSEG Long Island Continues Local Reliability Projects

PSEG Long Island is committed to delivering best-in-class system reliability to our customers and to hardening the system to better withstand extreme weather like Superstorm Sandy. Strengthening key electric circuits in local neighborhoods will improve the reliability of the electric grid for thousands of our … [Read More...]

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GoFund Gould’s Leukemia Battle

When James Gould graduated Chaminade High School in June, he had aspirations of becoming a pediatric oncologist; so much so that he planned to attend the College of the Holy Cross with the drive to get into their medical program. That dream was put on hold July 1, when he was diagnosed with secondary AML leukemia, his … [Read More...]

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Plainedge BOE Meetings For September

Plainedge Public Schools Board of Education Meetings for September 2015: Public Work Session Central Office: Sept. 8 at in the conference room. (It is anticipated that the Board of Education will immediately entertain a motion to convene an executive session for the purpose of discussing an employment matter). Reconvene … [Read More...]

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Pequa Hero Awarded Liberty Medal

New York State Sen. Michael Venditto recently presented the New York State Senate Liberty Medal to Christopher Burke, a 20-year-old from Massapequa, for heroically saving a woman’s life. Burke’s story was recently told in the July 22 issue of the Massapequa Observer in the story “A Day In The Life Of A Lifeguard,” in … [Read More...]

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A Vegetable To Be Proud Of

It’s not only important to eat your vegetables, it’s also important to show them off. Hicks Nurseries recently held its first ever Summer Harvest Competition on Saturday, Aug. 15 at the nursery in Westbury. Linda Notarnicola of North Massapequa took home top prizes for her fruits and veggies. … [Read More...]

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Sandy FEMA Deadline Sept. 15

The September 15 FEMA deadline is approaching quickly for 142,000 homeowners to reopen their Hurricane Sandy flood insurance claims. Only 11,000 have reopened their claims so far. Weisbrod, Matteis & Copley (WMC) represent more Hurricane Sandy victims than any other law firm, and not one of their clients was overpaid … [Read More...]

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9/11 Candlelight Ceremony

With the 14th anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001 attack on America quickly approaching, Nassau County Executive Ed Mangano recently announced that the county will honor the memory of those who lost their lives. A sunset candlelight and remembrance ceremony will take place Thursday, Sept. 10 at 6:30 p.m. (rain or shine) at … [Read More...]

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