Elliot Weld

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Legislation introduced for formation of police accountability board

The newly formed Long Island Advocates for Police Accountability stood on the steps of the Theodore Roosevelt Executive and Legislative

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Martin pool lawsuit moving through courts

A lawsuit that Gramercy Group, a contractor that renovated the Clinton G. Martin Park pool, brought against the Town of

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Island Harvest tackling food insecurity on Long Island

Unemployment and economic contraction have caused people across the country to make tough decisions when it comes to money and

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Mineola Street Fair canceled

Two weeks after it was reported that the Mineola Chamber of Commerce was going ahead with its annual Mineola Street

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Caterer adjusting to life on the North Shore

Rob Leshansky started working behind the counter at Max’s Appetizing Kosher Delicatessen when he was 13 years old. Now the

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Ex-Assembly speaker given 6 ½-year sentence

Former New York State Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver was sentenced to six and a half years in prison and fined

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COVID having effects on housing demand

Homebuyers looking to flee New York City for a suburban environment combined with a number of people putting off moving

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Sloan Kettering doctor concerned about patients missing cancer treatment

A doctor from Memorial Sloan Kettering Nassau hospital in Uniondale has expressed concern that because of the COVID-19 pandemic, patients

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Nassau County malls reopen, with restrictions in place

Shopping malls in Nassau County have been given the all-clear to open. For the time being, though, shopping will be

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Dispute over room occupancy delays public meeting

A much-larger-than-expected turnout at the Village of East Williston Board of Trustees’ first in-person meeting since March resulted in a

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School districts prepare for all possibilities as reopening decision looms

School districts across the North Shore are preparing for a number of different versions of what classes will look like

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Uptown Taco, a new restaurant, navigates the COVID-19 crisis

When Bill Barry opened Uptown Taco in Floral Park with his brother-in-law on March 3, he could not have foreseen

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Wheatley School holds belated graduation

Although it was not what they expected, members of the class of 2020 at the Wheatley School echoed a tone

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Mineola will enforce parking rules once again

The Village of Mineola Board of Trustees suspended parking regulations in both residential and commercial areas at the beginning of

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