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Community Ushers In Holiday Spirit In Farmingdale
A community celebration led by Mayor Ralph Ekstrand, the Board of Trustees and a host of children and musicians ushered in the holiday season in downtown Farmingdale.
Weather Will Be a Challenge; Rotary Breakfast set for Saturday
Here's a quick look at the week ahead in and near Farmingdale: 1. The weather may be the story of the week .
Sun Dec 08, 2013
Executive Suite: Sgt. Shane Larkin, Toys for Tots
Marine Sgt. Shane Larkin, right, stands with some of his Toys-for-Tots team, from left, Sgt.
Fri Dec 06, 2013
Plainview Prof Mentors Math Whiz
Farmingdale State College sophomore Javier Garcia took first place in the 2013 annual U.S. National Collegiate Mathematics Championship, part of the Mathematical Association of America's conference, Mathfest, held in Hartfod, Conn.
EtQ to Present Bowtie Risk Webinar with Aloft Aviation Consulting
Farmingdale, NY December 06, 2013 EtQ , a leading provider of Quality Management, EHS, and Compliance Management Software , today announced it will be co-presenting a live webinar titled 'The Benefits of Bowtie Risk Management in Compliance Systems.'
Thu Dec 05, 2013
Nearby: Bellmore Man Wins $1,000,000 in Lottery Scratch Off Game
Andrew Roland, 28, of Bellmore never thought that one scratch off game could change his life.
New $7.5M child care center opens at Farmingdale State
Leo Goldstein, 4, of Glen Cove, enjoys an indoor slide at the new Children's Center at Farmingdale State College.
Live Broadcast from Grumman Tonight; Daring Water Rescue
Here are the top stories we're following in and near Farmingdale on Thursday. 1. "The Sound of Music" will be aired in a nationally televised production transmitted live from Grumman Studios in Bethpage Thursday night.
Wed Dec 04, 2013
IDA tax-break duels in Suffolk causing revenue concerns
Farmingdale-based D'Addario & Co., which makes guitar strings, had its property tax bill reduced by Suffolk County after it agreed to move production work from New England, creating 20 jobs.
Here are the Red Light Cameras Near Farmingdale
When you get notified of wrongdoing in the mail, they send you a photo of the infraction.
Here's How to See International Space Station Flying Over Farmingdale
Editor's Note: This article was written by Todd Richissin. Not all that long ago, anything like the International Space Station was reserved for science fiction and drug highs.
First 'Daler Deck the Halls' Charitable Breakfast set for Saturday
Howitt Middle School will play host to an inaugural charitable event Saturday designed to provide holiday gifts for the needy.
Board of Ed to Meet; New Wine Shop
Here are the key events happening in and near Farmingdale today: 1. The Board of Education meets tonight at Howitt Middle School in regular session at 8 p.m. 2. Did you see our story about the new wine and spirits shop in downtown? Read it here.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
$1.3 Million Home for Sale in Farmingdale
The home for sale at 207 Lenox Court is currently listed at $1.3 million, according to Zillow .
Uva Wine & Spirits Now Open on Main Street
Joanna and Rob Bernardini recently opened Uva Wine & Spirits at 309 Main Street in Farmingdale Village.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
Annual Tree Lighting is Tuesday Downtown
Here's a look at the major news items and events upcoming in Farmingdale this week: 1. The annual tree lighting of the Tri-Centennial tree will be held at Farmingdale's Village Green Tuesday at 6 p.m..
Sat Nov 30, 2013
Gun-Waving Cop's Sentence Top Story in November
Here are the top stories of the month in and near Farmingdale during November. Click on the headlines to read the full story: Nassau Cop Sentenced to Conditional Discharge in Menacing : Officer was seen waving his weapon at a bartender in Farmingdale.
Ray Piskin of CCP Solutions and Continental Copy Products Receives Elite Dealer Award from Kyocera
CCP Solutions, LLC and Continental Copy Products, LTD, tri-state leaders in document management services, has been recognized as an Elite Dealer by Kyocera.
Fri Nov 29, 2013
Editorial: Discipline against police shouldn't be secret
In the wake of Nassau County police Officer Richard Hefferon's sentencing for aiming a loaded gun at a Farmingdale bar manager's head while drinking off-duty, it's reasonable to ask whether Nassau cops face the standards other people do.