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  1. $2.5M settlement in Hempstead Town snowplow crashRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | Newsday

    The town board approved a bond to pay the driver seriously injured in a 2013 crash in Oceanside involving a town snowplow. A Hempstead Town snowplow collided with a box truck on Long Beach Road and West Windsor Parkway on Feb. 3, 2013.

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  2. Retail Roundup: Kmart will lay off 76 when LI store closesRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Newsday

    The Huntington location is in Sears Holdings Corp.'s latest round of store closings as part of its bankruptcy filing. Sears Holdings said it would close another 40 stores in February 2019, including this Kmart in Huntington.

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  3. Hewlett man arrested, charged in multiple mall burglariesRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Newsday

    Robert Ardoin, 40, of Hewlett, was arrested Friday and charged in connection with multiple burglaries that occurred in East Garden City and Valley Stream. Photo Credit: NCPD Nassau County police arrested a Hewlett man on Friday in connection with a string of burglaries at two shopping malls.

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  4. Dakim Griffin's 46-yard dash awakens Hills West in come-from-behind Suffolk III title winRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Newsday

    Dakim Griffin breaks a tackle on the way to a 46-yard touchdown run that sparked Half Hollow Hills West to a 21-10 win over Westhampton in the Suffolk III final on Saturday, Nov. 17, 2018, at LaValle Stadium at Stony Brook University. Photo Credit: Daniel De Mato For one half of Saturday's Suffolk Division III football championship, that talent was completely stymied as Westhampton built a 10-point lead on the strength of its stout defense.

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  5. Man's companion hurt in fight with burglars in Garden City home, police sayRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 16 | Newsday

    A Garden City man returned home Friday to a burglary in progress, but the two suspects ran off after hurting one of the resident's acquaintances in a fight, Nassau County police said. The man, 27, was with three people when he got back to his Nassau Boulevard home about 4:25 a.m. Friday, police said.

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  6. SUNY trustees OK community college tuition hikesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 15 | Newsday

    Nassau Community College students are paying $248 more this school year, while those at Suffolk County Community College are paying an additional $350. Increases took effect with the fall semester.

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  7. Stores, malls plan yet-earlier Thanksgiving Day openingsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 13 | Newsday

    Despite declining foot traffic, big retailers don't want to lose out on sales to competitors by staying closed on Thanksgiving. Sabrina Antonacci, right, of Syosset shops at Denny's in Plainview on Thursday.

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  8. LI Children's Museum throws 25th anniversary bash, rolls back pricesRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 13 | Newsday

    It's a celebration at the Long Island Children's Museum in Garden City this weekend as the museum turns 25 and throws itself an Ultimate Birthday Bash. And, on Nov. 21 -- the museum's actual anniversary -- prices will roll back to the 1993 cost of $5 per person.

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  9. Hempstead Town ended WWI by revoking prohibition imposed for troopsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 13 | Newsday

    The military wanted to keep order and efficiency among the troops awaiting deployment, so the town imposed a prohibition on alcohol sales for four months in 1918, professor says. James Michaud of Rockville Centre, left, and Joseph Napoli, of Rockaway Park, at the Rainbow Division monument in Garden City during a wreath-laying ceremony on Friday.

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  10. Spuntino Wine Bar & Tapas in Garden City raising money for No Kid Hungry with truffle tasting menuRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 12 | Newsday

    Spuntino is serving dishes such as truffle burrata cannelloni with shaved black truffles through November. Photo Credit: Spuntino Wine Bar & Italian Tapas Spuntino Wine Bar & Tapas in Garden City is serving a truffle-themed dinner through Nov. 30, with a percentage of the revenue going to No Kid Hungry.

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  11. Long Island hires and promotions: Peter Scaminaci, Mercy Medical CenterRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Nov 10 | Newsday

    Peter Scaminaci of Garden City has been named executive vice president and chief administrative officer at Mercy Medical Center in Rockville Centre. Photo Credit: Dan Goodrich Peter Scaminaci of Garden City, who will continue as executive vice president and chief administrative officer of St. Joseph Hospital in Bethpage, has been named to the same roles at Mercy Medical Center in Rockville Centre.

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  12. Huntington Kmart among the latest that will close, Sears Holdings saysRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 8 | Newsday

    Liquidation sales at 40 additional closing Sears and Kmart stores, including the one in Huntington, will begin late next week, the company said. Sears Holdings said it would close another 40 stores in February 2019, including this Kmart in Huntington.

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  13. Edging out the old guardRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 8 | Newsday

    So who is Kevin Thomas, and how did he apparently beat Kemp Hannon, the Republican state senator from Garden City? Hannon served in the Assembly for 13 years, in the Senate for 28 years, and is considered that chamber's expert on health care law. He has vast institutional knowledge about lawmaking, which the editorial board cited when it endorsed him.

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  14. LongHorn Steakhouse opens in FarmingdaleRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 8 | Newsday

    LongHorn, moderately priced compared with most of the major steakhouses in Nassau and Suffolk, is part of Darden Restaurants, which also runs The Capital Grille, a high-end steak chain that has a branch in Garden City. Darden also operates Seasons 52, a New American eatery that includes a Garden City location; and Olive Garden restaurants.

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  15. LIRR reports delays in both directions through Mineola due to broken railRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 8 | Newsday

    LIRR trips in both directions through Mineola were delayed nearly half an hour during Thursday's late morning rush hour due to a broken rail west of the station in the Merillon Avenue area in Garden City, a railroad spokesman said. "Crews are on the scene," he said at about 9:30 a.m. The railroad first reported the broken rail about 8:40 a.m. Both the Ronkonkoma and Port Jefferson branches run through Mineola; the Oyster Bay Branch might be affected by any congestion that results, he said.

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  16. Zeldin, King, other LI incumbents re-elected to U.S. HouseRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 7 | Newsday

    Lee Zeldin defeats Democrat Perry Gershon. Peter King beats Democrat Liuba Grechen Shirley.

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  17. Jared Kasschau challenged himself for suing his own clientRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 6 | Newsday

    An attorney, hired by Republican county lawmakers, called for Kasschau to withdraw from the lawsuit he brought against the legislature on behalf of Laura Curran. Nassau County Attorney Jared Kasschau, who challenged the county legislature in court Monday, has been challenged himself for suing his own client.

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  18. Ex-Hempstead deputy superintendent files wrongful termination suitRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 5 | Newsday

    Varleton McDonald alleges the school board's majority targeted him because he disclosed information about "rampant and corrosive corruption, waste, and gross illegalities" in the district. Former Hempstead schools Deputy Superintendent Varleton McDonald is suing the district and several members of its board, alleging he was wrongfully terminated after blowing the whistle on corruption in the system.

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  19. Ex-Hempstead deputy superintendent files wrongful termination suitRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 5 | Newsday

    Varleton McDonald claims members of the board majority targeted him because he disclosed information about "rampant and corrosive corruption, waste, and gross illegalities" in the district. Dr. Varleton McDonald, Deputy Superintendent of Schools as Hempstead school board meets for first time since LaMont Johnson's reinstatement at Hempstead High School, 201 President Street, Hempstead, Nov. 29, 2017 Photo Credit: Daniel Goodrich Former Hempstead schools Deputy Superintendent Varleton McDonald is suing the district and several members of its board, alleging he was wrongfully terminated after blowing the whistle on corruption in the system.

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  20. New season, old problem: LIRR said leaves caused delays MondayRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 5 | Newsday

    Leaves, which the LIRR said caused delays on Monday, accumulate near the crossing on Franklin Avenue of the LIRR Hempstead Branch on Monday. Photo Credit: Howard Schnapp Fallen leaves on tracks - a routine occurrence that caused major headaches for the Long Island Rail Road and its riders last year - again resulted in delays throughout the LIRR system Monday.

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