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Oceanside Native Ready For Return To Baseball

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Residents Urged To Reduce Irrigation Water Use

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MTA Freeze On Capital Spending Should Exempt Federal Transit Admin Funding

MTA Management must stop crying and step up to the plate. 

Column: Reflecting On The Strangulation Death Of George Floyd

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Curran Column: We Listened And Now We Need To Pass The HEROES Act

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Column: Back To The Beaches

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Curran Addresses Safety Concerns Due To Firework Complaints

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MTA Freeze On Capital Spending Should Exempt Federal Transit Admin Funding

MTA Management must stop crying and step up to the plate. 

Curran Addresses Safety Concerns Due To Firework Complaints

In response to a 400 percent increase in reports of illegal fireworks sales, County Executive Curran announced a new email tipline, FireworksSales@NassauCountyNY.Gov for residents to report the illegal sale or delivery of fireworks in Nassau County.

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Virtual Mental Health And Wellness Workshop For First Responders

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