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Gnome houses pop up in Mill Pond Park in Wantagh

Andy Kuzma of Levittown spoke Thursday, Feb. 22, 2018, about the whimsical gnome houses that he and other visitors have been building around Mill Pond Park in Wantagh. (Credit: Newsday / Raychel Brightman)


Gateway Development Corporation chairman Steven Cohen and Gateway Gateway officials optimistic about project Will Nicholas, Tesla senior manager for policy and Tesla confirms Smithtown site The Long Island Rail Road suspended train service in LIRR: Service suspended on multiple branches Vietnam veteran Robert Fabula received an honorary high school Vietnam veteran gets high school diploma 51 years later Members of the 106th Rescue Wing of the 106th Rescue Wing members killed in Iraq helicopter crash Walter Ramsey, third from the left, served as Bayport-Blue Point St. Patrick's Day parade 2018 Opponents of a proposal for a 1,365-unit luxury Opponents of a proposed 1,365-unit apartment complex in Sayville voice their concerns Patchogue's Meg Gabel, 17, got her head shaved LI teen gets head shaved in memory of late friend Yvonne Fleming, the first patient to undergo a LI’s first heart transplant patient meets public Numerous youth baseball organizations joined Nassau County Legis. Steve Republicans move to block parks fees in Nassau A parent displayed a closed pocket knife during Man displays pocket knife during meeting about school safety At the Mentor New York annual conferenceon Thursday, March, Curran touts the benefits of mentoring Owner and chef, Peter Mistretta, from Perennial in Famous fusilli at Perennial New York politicians, including Mayor Bill de Blasio, appeared Mayor to pro-gun-control walkout: 'I appreciate you’ Dozens gathered at Huntington Town Hall at a Vigil honors ex-Long Islander killed in Florida school shooting Students in districts across Long Island walked out Students across Long Island participate in nationwide walkout During opening statements, on Wednesday March, 14, 2018, Edward Mangano ‘sold himself’ to Singh, prosecutors say Preservationists and community leaders are fighting to save Community leaders hoping to save historic Oyster Bay drug store Two Central Islip volunteer firefighters were arrested and Cops: Volunteer firefighters charged with arson Suffolk County officials discuss a collision on Tuesday, March Cop seriously hurt in crash with stolen vehicle, officials say Steve Coffey, attorney for Steven Aiello, who was Percoco co-defendants' attorneys speak after verdict A winter weather advisory was in effect for Nassau expected to see 3 to 6 inches of snow Huntington Supervisor Chad Lupinacci held a news conference Huntington supervisor discusses preparations for nor’easter On Monday, March 12, 2018, the federal corruption Mangano confident he will be exonerated On Monday, March 12, 2018, a Nassau County police Police: Cop fatally shoots bat-wielding suspect in Great Neck On Monday, March 12, 2018, Hempstead Town Supervisor Hempstead prepares for incoming nor’easter Workers at the Hoyt Farm Nature Preserve in Visitors learn how to make maple sugar at LI park Some riders are complaining that the $24 million Riders question LIRR station revamp Ray O'Sullivan, 37, secretary of the Friends Of Twin brothers honor dad's legacy at LI parade Suffolk police are investigating as officials said three Car crashes into West Babylon pizzeria Hundreds of people braved the cold weather and Watch hundreds take the Oyster Bay Polar Plunge