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Registration for the fourth annual Supervisor’s Cup Golf Classic has teed off, with applications available at most Hempstead Town parks and online at the town’s website. A lottery on Sept. 16 will choose 144 golfers and 20 alternates.
A cellphone company that had planned to put an antenna atop a Lindenhurst Village business has withdrawn the application.
This year’s Heart of the Hamptons Ball, held in June in Bridgehampton, raised $510,000, the American Heart Association said.
James Funaro waited anxiously for the door to open. He smiled at his parents and moved his eyes over the blue “Make-a-Wish” balloons that lined the ceiling.
“Is he coming?” the Nesconset boy asked the crowd in the room.
“Yes, he’s on his way,” his mother, Chimene, replied, trying to help the 7-year-old be patient.
James spent 300 consecutive days of his life raising more than $6,000 for the foundation through one simple task — putting on a tie every morning and not taking it off until he went to bed. Friday, he was at the Suffolk Make-a-Wish chapter’s headquarters in Ronkonkoma to see if his hard work brightened the day of another little boy.
The wife of a Village of North Hills trustee who died a day after winning election to a seat on the board will take over his term until a special election next June.