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Saladino, Hand & Officials Raise Awareness Of Mental Health Issues Facing Veteran By Installing “22 A Day” Sign

Oyster Bay Town Supervisor Joseph Saladino, Councilman Tom Hand, and their colleagues in government, in collaboration with Blue Star Mothers NY14 and

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Pal-O-Mine Equestrian Named Best Horseback Riding Facility In The Bethpage Federal Credit Union’s Bethpage Best of LI

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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Fundraising Concert For Law Enforcement

Supervisor Don Clavin and Councilman Anthony D’Esposito joined with a widow and a sister of fallen police officers, and NYPD Officer Austin Glickman,

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Town Leaders Urge Tax Payment Deadline Extension As Thousands Face Foreclosure

With 14,500 Long Islanders behind on mortgages as the State foreclosure moratorium ends on Saturday, Oyster Bay Town Receiver of Taxes Jeffrey Pravato,

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Legislator Nick Caracappa, Out Serving The Public This Past Weekend

This past weekend, Suffolk County Legislator Nick Caracappa (Selden) was busy honoring heroes and helping constituents in the battle against COVID-19. On

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Saladino, Town Board Honor Massapequa Resident For Exemplary Service

Oyster Bay Town Supervisor Joseph Saladino and his colleagues on the Town Board honored Mark Leff, Executive Director of Companions in Courage. Founded by

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Add A Pop Of Color To Your Garden This Winter

Winter weather comes on the heels of a vibrant, colorful autumn season. Shortly after fall foliage falls to the ground, nature tends to greet us with a

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Alternatives To Common Valentine’s Gifts

Millions of people are set to spend untold dollars on Valentine’s Day gifts or experiences this year. Data compiled by InfographicPlaza.com indicates that

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Features To Look For In A Fitness Center

Each January, individuals make New Year’s resolutions that focus on getting fit. Soon afterwards, the phones at area gyms start ringing off the hook with

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Self-Improvement Strategies To Make Resolutions A Reality

Self-improvement is at the heart of the majority of New Year’s resolutions. Individuals resolving to read more or live a more active lifestyle or travel

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Winter Tailgating Tips

Winter may chill things down, but tailgating season is still hot. While the National Football League season gets started when the leaves still haven’t

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How To Care For Winter Birds That Visit Your Yard

The pristine, white backdrop of a snowy winter day can be a wonder to behold. While fresh snow on the ground can make for awe-inspiring landscapes, the