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Demand for Its 1:1 Patient Care Drives Expansion for Metro Physical & Aquatic Therapy

Metro Physical & Aquatic Therapy (“Metro Physical Therapy”, www.metrophysicaltherapy.com), a leading provider of comprehensive therapy and wellness

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Simon Reopens Properties on Long Island, Launches Community Support Program

Simon today announced that it will reopen the following properties on July 10: Roosevelt Field, Smith Haven Mall, and Walt Whitman Shops. As part of the

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Weather Update and Storm Preparedness Tips From the Town of Hempstead

A tropical storm warning and flash flood warning are currently in effect for Long Island, as the region prepares for inclement weather forecasted to make

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Nassau County Sponsors Largest Food Distribution in County History, Distributing Over 100,000 Pounds to 4,000+ Families

Nassau County Executive Laura Curran kicked off the largest ever food distribution in County history, and among the largest in State history in partnership

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Heritage Trust Lights Up Red, White, and Blue for Essential Workers

On Saturday, July 4th, Suffolk County Legislator Sarah Anker joined the Heritage Trust at a tree lighting held at Heritage Park in Mount Sinai. The tree

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May Moore Moving Up Celebrated With Fun Car Parade

Deer Park’s May Moore Primary School hosted a fun moving up car parade on June 15 for the school’s graduating second graders, giving the students and their

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A Cold Concoction Perfect For Summer Nights

Summer is synonymous with many things. Vacations, warm weather and al fresco dining are part and parcel of many people’s summertime routines. Another

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Make The Most of Your Staycation With These Activities

Staycations have grown in popularity in recent years. A 2018 poll from YouGov Omnibus found that 53 percent of the more than 100,000 participants had taken

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How To Build A More Energy-Efficient Home This Summer

With weather forecasts calling for a warmer than normal summer and social distancing encouraging us to spend more time at home, we could all benefit from

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The History Of The Graduation Cap

Graduation ceremonies are a tradition that dates back to the first high schools and universities. While many aspects of graduation ceremonies have evolved

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Factors To Consider Before Reopening

Small business owners have to make many difficult decisions due to the fallout from the COVID-19 outbreak. Perhaps no decision is more difficult for small