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Congressman Lee Zeldin Announces Candidacy for Governor of New York

Congressman Lee Zeldin (R, NY-1) launched his campaign for Governor of New York and his campaign website at ZeldinforNewYork.Com. Congressman Zeldin issued

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Life’s WORC Seeking Sponsors for 33rd Annual Geraldo Rivera Golf Classic

Life’s WORC (www.lifesworc.org), a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to supporting people with intellectual and developmental disabilities and

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Supervisor Saladino Celebrates 100th Birthday of Bayville Resident Jean Greco

Oyster Bay Town Supervisor Joseph Saladino recently joined with Jean Greco, longtime Bayville resident in celebrating her 100th birthday. Jean was born on

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John’s Crazy Socks Founders John and Mark Cronin and Congressmen Announce Initiative to Give Unity Socks to all Members of Congress

John Cronin, the award-winning entrepreneur with Down Syndrome and co-founder of John’s Crazy Socks, (www.johnscrazysocks.com)  joined with U.S.

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Girl Scouts of Nassau County Extends Cookie Season, Adds Second Pop-Up Drive-Thru Event

Girl Scouts of Nassau County is excited to announce it has extended its Girl Scout Cookie Program! Initially set to end on March 31, customers will now

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April 11th Clean-Up of Lido Beach

Hempstead Town Supervisor Don Clavin and Councilman Chris Carini are joining with the full Town Board, Atlantic Marine Conservation Society (AMSEAS) and

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Moms Need Timeouts Too!

While time-outs may be torturous for young children eager to get up and go, alone time may sound like paradise to busy mothers. It can be helpful for

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Retirement Travel Tips That Won’t Break The Bank

Retirement ushers in a new stage in life, one in which adults have ample free time to pursue their interests and hobbies. When eight or more hours per day

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How To Approach Travel During An Uncertain Summer

Vacation season is right around the corner. For the second straight summer, travelers may have to contend with uncertain circumstances as the world

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Some Baseball Fans Can Return

Sports fans have been anxiously awaiting a return to normalcy for professional athletics. In 2020, professional sporting events were played in largely

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Great Gifts For Today’s Grads

By the time students reach graduation day, many have taken hundreds of tests, written scores of essays, worked through thousands of pencils, and made

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How To Prepare For Tax Season

April is synonymous with many things. Many people get their first glimpse of spring blooms in April, while families of faith look forward to gathering for