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Autofest to benefit Wounded Warriors

For the second consecutive year, the Great Neck Plaza Business Improvement District will donate registration fees for the annual Autofest and Street Festival, which will be held on Sept. 21, to the Wounded Warrior’s Project, a non-profit group that seeks to provide care to wounded veterans. 

  • icon Posted: August 28

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GN ed board to use new online pay system
Posted: August 28, 2014

The Great Neck Board of Education at its regularly scheduled meeting on Tuesday unanimously voted to use a new online program to collect fees from school district parents through its website. 

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GN child center founder dies at 92
Posted: August 28, 2014

Shirley Greene, the founding director of the Great Neck Child Development Center now known as the Parkville School, died on Aug. 13. She was 92. 

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IDA hearing on Grace Ave. project
Posted: August 28, 2014

The Nassau County Industrial Development Agency will hold a public hearing on Sept. 5 to consider granting tax breaks to the developer of a mixed-use building in the Village of Great Neck Plaza.

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Overcoming adversity to become ‘Ironman’
Posted: August 28, 2014

Four months before Great Neck resident Sharon Levy was set to participate in her first Ironman competition, she broke her small toe after dropping a heavy box on it. 

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GN website acquired by GreaterGood.com
Posted: August 28, 2014

FamilyPet, a Great Neck-based chain of pet-related websites, was purchased by Seattle-based company GreaterGood last Wednesday for an undisclosed amount.

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Business incubator to ‘launch’ in Plaza
Posted: August 28, 2014

LaunchPad, a business that allows start-up companies to rent space in an office building, is on track to open in Great Neck Plaza later this fall following Village of Great Neck Plaza trustees’ unanimous approval of the business’s conditional-use permit on Wednesday. 

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