Teri West

Teri West is a reporter for Blank Slate Media covering Roslyn and Manhasset.
427 Articles

Great Neck teen to shine at Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation walk

A Great Neck high schooler will be the star of a local walk hosted by the Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation.

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LIU campuses reopen after non-credible threat

Long Island University’s campuses closed last Thursday due to a social media threat, although the FBI and Department of Homeland

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Cohen Children’s dentist survives paralyzing wave incident

The doctor who runs the dental residency program at Cohen Children’s Medical Center is back at work after a paralyzing

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Nassau Board of Ethics seeks to replace counsel in ethics inquiry

The ethics of the attorney who counsels the Nassau County Board of Ethics is under question. Lawyer Steven Leventhal was

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Off-duty cop gets man out of burning car

There were just two minutes between the time Officer Joseph Ryder saw a car driving by with sparks flying and

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Great Neck Plaza street fair not happening

Great Neck Plaza’s longtime annual street fair is taking a hiatus this year. Due to regularly declining attendance, the village

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Village of Roslyn merchants say parking policy hurts business

Victoria Gothels said her job as manager at Village Nails of Roslyn has gradually morphed into one similar to the

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Manhasset elementary schools review parents’ lunch duty

Manhasset’s elementary school principals are re-evaluating a favorite opportunity for many parents and students: lunch duty. Parents who attended a

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Brothers transform spent beer grains into Brewer’s Crackers

About 15 percent of the grain used in beer production ends up in the beer, so Kyle Fiasconaro decided to

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400 Roslyn customers lose power after truck crashes into two poles

About 400 Roslyn PSEG customers were hit by a temporary power outage last Thursday as the company worked to repair

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Barry’s Bootcamp, Chopt coming to Roslyn

Willis Avenue’s CVS shopping center is soon to become a health-enthusiast haven. Barry’s Bootcamp, a fitness studio specializing in high

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RXR scales down, prepares to propose Engineers Country Club development

RXR Realty, which owns Roslyn Harbor’s Engineers Country Club and holds about $18.8 billion in gross assets, hopes to have

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North Hempstead hospitals ranked among top in New York

North Hempstead’s hospitals are among the best in the state, according to the U.S. News & World Report 2019 rankings.

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North Shore’s Derek Anderson to run Westchester hospital

  Derek Anderson, North Shore University Hospital’s associate executive director, is heading off to become the new executive director of

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Former Oyster Bay Supervisor Venditto pleads guilty

Former Oyster Bay Town Supervisor John Venditto pleaded guilty to corruption and official misconduct Friday in part for helping the

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