Justine Schoenbart

Justine Schoenbart

Water Authority awaits rate study results

The Water Authority of Western Nassau County is waiting on the completion of a rate study that will evaluate the

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Legislation eyed for Wi-Fi warnings in county buildings

Nassau County Legislator Delia DeRiggi-Whitton announced last Tuesday that she is proposing a bill that would place visible warning signs

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Old Westbury trustee race moves toward runoff

The attorney for Village of Old Westbury trustee candidate Andrew Weinberg said on Monday that he will not be appealing

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Village School grads overcome challenges

At a sunny outdoor graduation, Village School graduate Nick Barrow took his classmates back into his own time of darkness.

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GN Library appoints Johnson as interim assistant director

The Great Neck Library Board of Trustees appointed Christine Johnson to the position of interim assistant director at its special

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Former Fortunoff property hits the market

An Old Westbury property formerly owned by Helene and Alan Fortunoff, president and chief executive of the family-run Fortunoff Fine

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Great Neck North alum aids change for Cambodian children

When Andrew Wolff bought a one-way ticket to Bangkok back in 2007, little did he know he’d completely change his

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G.N. South grads to live in the moment

For students who have spent the past four years overloading on advanced classes and extra curricular activities, Great Neck South

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European designer outlet opens in New Hyde Park

After spending 30 years in the wholesale fashion business, Carmen Avramidis said, she decided she was ready to test out

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Roslyn photographer finds passion in Photoshop

In 1972, 15-year-old Abner Zarabi fled Iran for the United States with two things — his brother and his love

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New director takes reigns at Great Neck Library

After beginning her term as director Great Neck Library on Aug. 3, Kathy Giotsas said she is looking forward to

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Hillside 6th graders move up, out

Hillside Grade School awarded its sixth grade students with diplomas at the school’s Moving Up ceremony last Friday.  “The key

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Roslyn Daniel Gale office names new manager

With over 25 years of experience in real estate, Karen Sharf has taken over as the new manager of Daniel

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Feinstein eyes priorities for Herricks School Board

Newly elected Herricks School Board President Nancy Feinstein said the 2015-2016 board is in the process of developing goals for

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Village of Great Neck Trustees eye bill for tree removal

Rachel Epstein wasn’t the only resident concerned about cutting down trees at the Village of Great Neck Board of Trustees

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