Restoration completed on 18th-century tide mill in Lloyd Harbor

One of only 10 remaining tide mills nationwide, the Van Wyck-Lefferts Tide Mill has been restored with dam repairs, new beams and roof rafters, a new wooden roof and support for the gears.

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Northwell doctor named heart association's Physician of the Year

Dr. Jennifer Mieres is a champion for health equity, a co-author of three books and co-producer of four documentaries.

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LI's indie cinemas mostly hopeful about summer 

Attitudes about the future range from deep anxiety to cautious optimism.

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Close supervision of kids at beaches prevents tragedies, officials urge

Drowning is a leading cause of death among children, according to the CDC, which reports that it is second only to birth defects as a cause of death among children ages 1 to 4.

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Forecast: Thursday bring more sunshine, and air quality warning

State officials issued an air quality advisory for Long Island and the region for Thursday due to excessive ozone.

Tax exemption deadline for Superstorm Sandy repairs extended

The reprieve follows a "surge in construction delays and mass material shortages" due to the pandemic, Gov. Kathy Hochul said.

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Rauch Foundation will leave big shoes to fill as it shifts its focus, local leaders say

President Nancy Rauch Douzinas, who has spent more than three decades leading the nonprofit, is stepping down in April. Her two daughters will take the reins of the foundation.

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