Massapequa again beats Syosset, repeats as Nassau A girls lacrosse champions

Joely Caramelli and Ellen Leisen each scored two goals for Massapequa.

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Veterans project at cemetery helps preserve legacies

Pinelawn Memorial Park and Arboretum's new Veterans Legacy Project honors veterans buried at the cemetery in appreciation of their bravery and service.

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'For two years we've been living with death and tragedy'

Across Long Island, students, teachers and school administrators are struggling to understand the shooting at an elementary school in Uvalde, Texas.

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Carol M. Baldwin, 92, actors' mom, funded breast cancer research

The acting clan's matriarch helped build a breast cancer research center and fund.

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The Spa Lounge by Eastern Breeze takes over former Red Door in Woodbury

Get all your beauty and spa needs under one roof. 

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Upcoming Events

Craft Whiskey Tasting Night

Mar4

Featuring Ryan Burkett from Williston Park Wines and Spirits. Held downstairs in the Lyons Lounge.

Where

Knights of Columbus - Mineola

186 Jericho Tpke.

Mineola, NY

11501

Phone: 516-746-8643

Price

$40 per person; Cash Bar

Weekenddating.com Speed Dating

Mar5

Speed Dating for Men and Women ages 30s & 40s. Proof of age and 2 item minimum purchase required. Reservation is required

Where

Vintage 25 Wine Bar & Lounge

The Inn at Fox Hollow

Woodbury, NY

Phone: 516-224-8100

Price

$35.75

Mineola St. Patrick's Day Parade

Mar6

Parade will begin at the County Court House on Old Country Rd. Marchers will proceed to Mineola Boulevard and continue on to Jericho Tpke. The reviewing stand will be just west of the fire house and the parade will end just one block south of the Center at Jericho Tpke. and Willis Ave. Following the parade will be an Irish celebration at the Center on Willis Ave. Mineola. The parade will be led by Grand Marshal Brigid McNulty.

Where

Mineola, NY

Mineola, NY

11501

Price

free

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Cold War veterans recall nuclear tensions between U.S.-Soviet Union from 1947 to 1991

Cold War veterans will be at the Museum of American Armor in Bethpage, where two nuclear surface-to-air anti-aircraft Nike Hercules missiles are on display, for a special event on Friday. 

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Cold War veterans from Long Island talk about their time in the military
Feds: Farmingdale man sentenced to prison for role in Jan. 6 insurrection

Greg Rubenacker, 26, faces 41 months in federal prison after he "engaged in a series of confrontations with law enforcement officers inside the Capitol on Jan. 6," the United States Attorney's Office said in a statement.

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Blue Angels touch down on LI for Bethpage Air Show

The Blue Angels and other air performers gave the crowd at Republic Airport in Farmingdale a taste of what's coming this weekend at the Bethpage Air Show.

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East Farmingdale hit-run leaves man seriously injured, Suffolk police say

The man was crossing Route 110 when he was hit, police said.

Lost and found, eventually: Hempstead's $4.7M in federal rent relief

The misunderstanding over U.S. Treasury funds came as the town struggled to get aid out to landlords, federal data shows. 

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LI school officials reassure parents, staff in wake of Texas massacre

They told parents and students that there were no imminent threats in their communities, according to police, and that counselors were available to talk. 

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Nassau girls badminton team final: Great Neck South vs. Jericho

See the scenes from Wednesday's championship event. 

Locust Valley's Thomas Finn defends his Nassau golf championship

The Locust Valley senior shot a 36-hole score of 142 at Bethpage Red. 

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Interns are coming back as COVID restrictions ease

Employers expect to boost their intern hiring this summer as companies cope with shortages of workers.

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Undercover raids lead to multiple Nassau County arrests of vape shop vendors selling illegal THC
'Thor: Love and Thunder' full trailer drops

Jane Foster (LI's Natalie Portman) wields the hammer in the new trailer.

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Kyle Rosenberg finds groove as Wheatley wins Game 1 in baseball

Costa Koutsoftas had three RBIs in victory over Locust Valley in Game 1 of Nassau Class B championships.

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Nassau Division II tennis team final: Wheatley vs. Friends Academy

Scenes from the Nassau Division II tennis team final between Wheatley and Friends Academy on Monday at Eisenhower Park.

Racial demographics rapidly shifting in Long Island schools

Students of color have gone from being the minority to the majority in 32 Long Island districts over the past 20 years, a Newsday analysis found.

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Changing demographics of LI schools
Top PSEG LI exec received nearly $900,000 in total compensation last year
James W. Foote, who loved portraying Teddy Roosevelt, dies at 73

James W. Foote was in demand for reenactments and appearances.

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School Notebook: Students tapped at mock-government conference

'The William Floyd Youth & Government program continues to be the gold standard.'

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Asking the Clergy: What is your favorite blessing?

Sharing stories of graces bestowed by rainbows and family members.

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In LI school board races, candidates endorsed by teacher unions fared well 

The elections marked widespread victories for candidates endorsed by local teacher unions, and numerous losses for those groups that backed candidates critical of the ways race, gender and history are taught.

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Mineola 5th-graders get hands-on bridge-building lesson

Mineola Middle School students see what it takes to be a bridge engineer at an event with the Long Island Rail Road Expansion Project Management Team.

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Long Island Lutheran's Kate Koval plays with Ukrainian family on her mind 
LI college graduation guide: 'Class of 2022 has persevered'

Long Island's colleges and universities are planning commencement ceremonies that largely return to pre-pandemic traditions.

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Upstate man backs into cop car during pursuit in Hicksville, Nassau police say

Police said the man had to be subdued with a stun gun.

LI Lutheran girls lacrosse captures PSAA championship

Emma Von Essen had four goals and Ella O'Hara added three in victory over the top-seeded Stony Brook School.

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PSAA girls lacrosse championship: LI Lutheran vs. Stony Brook School

See the scenes from LI Lutheran's championship victory.

Jericho, Garden City students honored at engineering fair

The students' projects in the Regeneron International Science and Engineering Fair examined topics such as cancer research, climate change and a way to assist the visually impaired.

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Hicksville woman tried to board JFK flight with nine boxes of ammunition, TSA says

The woman told TSA agents the ammunition belonged to her son and that she had grabbed the wrong bag.

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