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  1. Officials slam plan to install utility polesRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Newsday

    Hempstead Town Supervisor holds a press conference Saturday, March 28, 2015, criticizing a plan to replace an underground cable with 80-foot "monster poles." Photo Credit: Uli Seit Hempstead Town Supervisor holds a press conference Saturday, March 28, 2015, criticizing a plan to replace an underground cable with 80-foot "monster poles."

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  2. Supporters of arts, STEM schools win funding from BOCES boardRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Newsday

    Brian D'Addario, of Hicksville, plays the bass as he and other students perform, "Half Nelsen," a composition by Miles Davis, at Nassau BOCES' Long Island High School for the Arts in Syosset on Wednesday, March 11, 2015. Photo Credit: Heather Walsh Brian D'Addario, of Hicksville, plays the bass as he and other students perform, "Half Nelsen," a composition by Miles Davis, at Nassau BOCES' Long Island High School for the Arts in Syosset on Wednesday, March 11, 2015.

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  3. $128 million budget approved for Nassau bus systemRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Newsday

    A panel overseeing Nassau's bus system approved a nearly $128 million operating budget Thursday, while the head of the system cautioned against reducing service to fill a multimillion-dollar revenue gap. Photo Credit: Barry Sloan A panel overseeing Nassau's bus system approved a nearly $128 million operating budget Thursday, while the head of the system cautioned against reducing service to fill a multimillion-dollar revenue gap.

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  4. Letter: East Garden City debate's historyRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Newsday

    I read "Plea for wholeness" [News, March 12] and feel that one important item was not mentioned, which may be driving the "East Garden City" designation. The area from east of the village boundary to roughly Zeckendorf Boulevard and the Meadowbrook Parkway was made part of the Garden City Postal District back when it was mostly Roosevelt and Mitchel airfields.

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  5. Cosplay groups on Long IslandRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Newsday

    Photo of Star Wars fans and members of the 501st Empire City Garrison, Anthony Palpadino, Ronald Lares Chris Feehan , G.I. Joe fan and member of "The Finest 13th Civil Defense Mobile Infantry Division - G.I.Joe" Kevin Conn , Ghost Busters fan Chris Haritos, -Bottom row - G.I. Joe fan and member of "The Finest 13th Civil Defense Mobile Infantry Division - G.I.Joe" Scarlett Conn and Ghost Busters fan Dimitrios Haritos, in the Newsday Studio.

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  6. Where to donate prom dresses on Long IslandRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 24 | Newsday

    Prom season is just around the corner and while some teens are worrying about how to pick the perfect dress, some are worrying about how they're going to be able to afford one. If you have a used gown taking up space in your closet, there are lots of drop-off sites all around Long Island where you can donate your dress to girls in need.

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  7. Nassau judge rules statements, DNA accused killer gave police can be used at trialRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 23 | Newsday

    Lauren Daverin, 18, of Lynbrook, was killed on Aug. 22, 2013 and her body was found on a footbridge in Rockville Centre on Aug. 22. Maxwell Sherman, 19, of Long Beach, is facing second-degree murder and first-degree sexual abuse in connection with her death. Photo Credit: Facebook, Howard Schnapp Lauren Daverin, 18, of Lynbrook, was killed on Aug. 22, 2013 and her body was found on a footbridge in Rockville Centre on Aug. 22. Maxwell Sherman, 19, of Long Beach, is facing second-degree murder and first-degree sexual abuse in connection with her death.

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  8. Lawrence schools to get $2.6M for Sandy-related repairsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Mar 21 | Newsday

    The Lawrence school district is getting more than $2.6 million in disaster relief funds from the Federal Emergency Management Agency for repairs to the high school in Cedarhurst, where extensive electrical damage and other problems discovered after superstorm Sandy forced a weekslong closure. The Lawrence school district is getting more than $2.6 million in disaster relief funds from the Federal Emergency Management Agency for repairs to the high school in Cedarhurst, where extensive electrical damage and other problems discovered after superstorm Sandy forced a weekslong closure.

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  9. Shake Shack plans Melville openingRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 20 | Newsday

    The juicy SmokeShack burger at Shake Shack is topped with cheese, Niman Ranch bacon, chopped cherry peppers and ShackSauce, a slightly spicy pinkish mayo-based sauce, all served on a Martin's potato bun that's buttered and toasted. Photo Credit: Jin Lee The juicy SmokeShack burger at Shake Shack is topped with cheese, Niman Ranch bacon, chopped cherry peppers and ShackSauce, a slightly spicy pinkish mayo-based sauce, all served on a Martin's potato bun that's buttered and toasted.

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  10. Hangin' in the Hamptons: Celebrities, pets, moreRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 21, 2014 | Newsday

    Guest DJ actress Taryn Manning spins Saturday night at 9 at the Hamptons Summer Soiree at the Stadiumred Estate in Sag Harbor. Photo Credit: Getty Images / Paul Zimmerman Guest DJ actress Taryn Manning spins Saturday night at 9 at the Hamptons Summer Soiree at the Stadiumred Estate in Sag Harbor.

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  11. Town demands $15M for 'environmental destruction' at Brookhaven Rail TerminalRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 20 | Newsday

    The Town of Brookhaven has demanded $15 million in damages from the operators of the Brookhaven Rail Terminal for what the town calls "the environmental destruction" caused by illegal sand mining and other actions at the terminal's Yaphank property. The town said in papers filed in U.S. District Court in Central Islip earlier this month that it would be willing to accept $7 million, not including... The Town of Brookhaven has demanded $15 million in damages from the operators of the Brookhaven Rail Terminal for what the town calls "the environmental destruction" caused by illegal sand mining and other actions at the terminal's Yaphank property.

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  12. Hempstead Town settles lawsuit with animal control officerRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 19 | Newsday

    A Hempstead animal control officer has reached a tentative $30,000 settlement with the town after she filed suit, alledging she was denied a promotion and harassed because she did not participate in the Republican Party. Theresa Kohutka, 48, of East Northport, filed a federal complaint against the town and town staff members Charles Milone, John Allback, Christine Reeke, Deborah Bove and Brian... A Hempstead animal control officer has reached a tentative $30,000 settlement with the town after she filed suit, alledging she was denied a promotion and harassed because she did not participate in the Republican Party.

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  13. Barry Pearlstein sentenced to 18 months in jail after embezzling from Garden City steakhouse, DA saysRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 19 | Newsday

    A Florida man who embezzled more than $230,000 from a Garden City steakhouse while working as the office manager was sentenced Thursday to 18 months in jail, prosecutors said. Barry Pearlstein, 70, of Orlando, received two consecutive 9-month jail terms after pleading guilty to third-degree grand larceny and first-degree falsifying business records, prosecutors said.

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  14. Indian restaurants to visit for flavor-packed fareRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 19 | Newsday

    It's a pancake. It's a frittata. It's Southern India's answer to both, the uttapam, and House of Dosas in Hicksville serves a mixed-vegetable version that is pillowy and comforting.

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  15. 150 storm-damaged properties to be auctioned in MayRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 18 | Newsday

    Susan Gorman sits on the porch of her former home, located on South Wellwood Avenue in Lindenhurst, which she sold to the state under NY Rising's buyback program as a result of superstorm Sandy. She's seen here on Sept.

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  16. Senate GOP is blocking reformRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 18 | Newsday

    Assemblyman Sheldon Silver sits in his new seat for the vote of his replacement as Speaker of the Assembly Tuesday afternoon Feb. 3, 2015 at the Capitol in Albany. Photo Credit: Albany Times Union / Skip Dickstein A decade of scandals stinking up Albany, including the stunning dethroning of former Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver, should be motivation to fix the rules so elected officials avoid the temptation to line their pockets to the detriment of their constituents.

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  17. Letter: 'East Garden City' divides communityRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 18 | Newsday

    Town of Hempstead Supervisor Kate Murray talks to editors at Newsday in Melville on June 6, 2012. Photo Credit: Newsday / Karen Wiles Stabile Once again, some of the most unseemly, negative and possibly racist aspects of our society are apparent ["Plea for wholeness," News, March 12].

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  18. Long Island hires and promotions: Brian L. Seidman, Bank of New York MellonRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 18 | Newsday

    Brian L. Seidman of Centerport has been named regional managing director at Bank of New York Mellon in Garden City. He was managing director/national portfolio strategy executive at U.S. Trust in Melville.

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  19. Where to donate prom dresses on Long IslandRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 18 | Newsday

    Prom season is just around the corner and while some teens are worrying about how to pick the perfect dress, some are worrying about how they're going to be able to afford one. If you have a used gown taking up space in your closet, there are lots of drop-off sites all around Long Island where you can donate your dress to girls in need.

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  20. State hires LI auctioneer to sell Sandy-damaged propertiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 17 | Newsday

    The state agency responsible for helping residents repair or sell their superstorm Sandy-damaged homes has hired a Long Island auctioneer to sell off the distressed properties -- all at fire sale prices. The governor's Office of Storm Recovery has hired Paramount Realty USA to usher in the next phase of NY Rising's buyouts and acquisitions program -- the distribution of about 700 state-owned Long Island properties into private hands -- starting on May 19. Bidding for some places will start at 20 to 30 percent of the pre-storm price tags.

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