Teri West

Teri West is a reporter for Blank Slate Media covering Roslyn and Manhasset.

Teri West

Teri West is a reporter for Blank Slate Media covering Roslyn and Manhasset.
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Mendel and Sarale Paltiel establish Chabad of Manhasset

Rabbi Mendel Paltiel and his wife, Sarale Paltiel, have founded the Chabad of Manhasset, a new community intended to foster

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Trees to be added to Manhasset Valley Park

Manhasset Valley Park and Whitney Pond Park will be getting new trees in the place of ones that were destroyed

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Standard & Poor’s upgrades LIU’s credit rating

Long Island University received a credit upgrade from Standard & Poor's for the fourth year in a row, according to

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Class-action lawsuit seeks damages for county ‘discriminatory conduct’ in tax assessment

Three Nassau residents have filed a class-action lawsuit against the county on behalf of non-white property owners who they contend

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Lafazan introduces marijuana opt-out bill

Nassau County Legislator Josh Lafazan filed a bill for the county to opt out of the sale of marijuana Monday,

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Munsey Park approves cell node

The Munsey Park Board of Trustees approved a conditional use permit for telecommunications technology company ExteNet to install a cell

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Manhasset weighs barring parents’ school visits during lunch hour

About once a month, Caryn Cortegiano heads over to Manhasset Secondary School at midday to drop off something her son

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Olive Market’s Willis Ave. location closes after nearly 26 years

Most of Olive Market’s loyal customers who visited the grocery store last Friday evening did not know it would be

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Manhasset Community Fund presents 12 local groups with grants

The Manhasset Community Fund awarded 12 local organizations that support Manhasset residents with grants last week, an annual effort since

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‘Bad Education’ to premiere in September at Toronto International Film Festival

Roslyn is headed to the big screen this September, when “Bad Education,” a film starring Hugh Jackman as the school

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New salon brings European quality to Greenvale’s skincare and eyelash scene

Greenvale has a new salon, though for many customers it’s less new and more of a commute-saver. KarinaNYC's new Greenvale

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Old Westbury hires contractor for water main adjustment

The Village of Old Westbury has hired a contractor to adjust the elevation of about 700 feet of water main, the

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East Hills warns drivers of deer on the move

A local deer is on the move. It was seen on Finch and Cardinal drives in East Hills on Nov.

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Manhasset tree lighting draws hundreds, including Santa Claus

Three things happened simultaneously during the grand finale of Manhasset’s annual tree lighting to create maximum dramatic effect: Lights illuminated

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St. Francis doctors keep Gift of Life running through volunteer medical services

Every year, Dr. Sean Levchuck performs about 100 heart operations at St. Francis Hospital. About 15 involve patients who have

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