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

Valley Quilters and Knitters

Mar4

Bring a project or just come for ideas, experts may be on hand to help beginners get started, limit of 8

Where

Locust Valley Library

170 Buckram Rd.

Locust Valley, NY

11560

Phone: 516-671-1837

Price

Free

Tai Chi for Fitness

Mar7

Tai chi classes with instructor Marvin German, held for 10 classes on Mondays (no class on April 25, May 2 and 30), register

Where

Locust Valley Library

170 Buckram Rd.

Locust Valley, NY

11560

Phone: 516-671-1837

Price

$50

Locust Valley Seniors Group

Mar8

Meet with other seniors and play games, held in the Community Room on the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of each month

Where

Locust Valley Library

170 Buckram Rd.

Locust Valley, NY

11560

Phone: 516-671-1837

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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Living in Long Island's seaports: Sayville, Sag Harbor and Greenport

Sailboat-dotted bays, shoreline sunsets and raw bars within walking distance of home.

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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.

Nassau Class B final: No. 3 Locust Valley vs. No. 1 Wheatley

Scenes from the Nassau Class B baseball final between No. 3 Locust Valley and No. 1 Wheatley. Wheatley.

LI Lutheran baseball wins 2nd straight PSAA championship

Jack Coogan and Alex Pelaez lead the way in victory over Portledge.

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PSAA baseball final: LI Lutheran vs. Portledge

See the scenes from LI Lutheran's championship victory.

Four LI hospitals get 'A' rating by nonprofit watchdog

St. Francis Hospital & Heart Center, Mather Hospital, North Shore University Hospital and NYU Langone Hospital–Long Island each got the top score from the Washington, D.C.-based Leapfrog Group.

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Police: 2 charged in catalytic converter thefts after father, son hold them until arrest

Two New York City men were caught using a special saw to remove catalytic converters from cars in Elmont, Nassau County police said.

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Thanks, Mom: LI high school athletes pay tribute for Mother's Day

Each Mother's Day, Newsday invites Long Island high school student-athletes to honor their mothers with personal letters.

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20-room estate in Mill Neck listed for $17.4 million

With two pools and a theater, the house is "one of a kind," the broker says.

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Glen Cove OKs new licensing agreement for charter yacht company

Eastern Star Cruises agreed to pay the city $18,000 for the year in monthly installments of $2,500 in summer and early fall and $500 a month in winter and spring, and will have use of the new ferry terminal.

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Five months after a fall left him paralyzed, this doctor is walking again

Dr. Joseph Casarona stumbled down the winding stairwell of his Cutchogue home one night and suffered a serious spinal injury.

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Bond plan approved for Portledge School athletic, wellness center

The private school in Locust Valley is expanding programs for its 535 students.

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Glen Cove woman running 7 marathons in 7 days to honor veterans
Hospitals rebuild volunteer programs with eye on post-pandemic

Some hospital systems restarted their programs last fall, but only about half of their volunteers have come back, coordinators said.

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George Meyer returns to work as a hospital volunteer in his 80s
Glen Cove woman running 7 marathons in 7 days to honor veterans

Since 2016, ultra-marathoner Eva Casale has run a series of marathons to benefit local VFWs and other military service organizations, as well as veterans and their families.

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For Long Island faithful, Easter thankfully back to normal

For many Long Islanders, Easter 2022 meant a return to in-person church services for the first time since the start of the pandemic two years ago.

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