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Hempstead Town Clerk Murray Performs 500th Wedding Ceremony

Hempstead Town Clerk Kate Murray performed her 500th wedding ceremony since she returned to Town government in January 2020 – 421 of those weddings since

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Rep. Zeldin Joins Supervisor Aguiar, Local Officials and Residents at Demolition of Two Buildings in Downtown Riverhead

Congressman Lee Zeldin (R, NY-1) joined Riverhead Town Supervisor Yvette Aguiar, New York State and Suffolk County legislators, as well as other local

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The Great Pal-O-Mine Coin Challenge Wants Your Change – Corporate Sponsor Sought to Provide Matching Funds

Pal-O-Mine Equestrian, Inc. (www.pal-o-mine.org, Islandia, NY), a private, not for profit organization providing a comprehensive therapeutic equine program

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County Executive Curran Unveils David S. Mack Center For Training and Intelligence

Nassau County Executive Laura Curran and Police Commissioner Patrick J. Ryder today hosted an official Opening and Building Dedication Ceremony of the

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Jingle Bell Run Returns To Long Island, December 11th!

The 2021 Jingle Bell Run will bring a merry helping of festive holiday cheer to Long Island on Saturday, December 11th, at Hofstra University in Hempstead,

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Approximately 1200 Residents Enjoy Spooktacular Entertainment, Extravagant Costumes and a Haunting Time at the 16th annual Hoyt Farm Halloweekend Festival

Hoyt Farm Nature Preserve hosted it’s 16th annual Halloweekend on Saturday October 16th, and Sunday October 17th, 2021. The popular annual event

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3 Ways To Eat Healthy On Game Day

Game day gatherings are a great way to make sports more fun. But they also can compromise people’s efforts to eat right, as traditional tailgate fare is

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Major Benefits To Early Holiday Shopping

Some people begin their holiday countdowns the day after the festivities have come and gone. With 365 days until the next celebration, it may seem like one

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How Physical Activity Can Help In The Fight Against Breast Cancer

Breast cancer is a complex disease that affects millions of women across the globe each year. Though the American Cancer Society reports that only about 4

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Fall Harvest Fruits and Vegetables

Food is a big part of fall, and farms play a significant role in seasonal celebrations. Each fall, families plan apple picking excursions with their eyes

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Top Tips To Stay Safe This Halloween Season

Much like Christmas, Halloween is no longer relegated to a single day. A number of Halloween enthusiasts now begin decorating at the start of October.

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Hygienic Alternatives To Apple Bobbing

People who were born in the early 1980s and earlier likely spent some time bobbing for apples each fall. Bobbing for apples long has been a classic autumn