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Haber grilled on fracking position

Democratic state Senate hopeful Adam Haber on Tuesday said that despite his support of a statewide moratorium on hydrofracking, he approves the use of the gas extraction method “in states that have more sheep than people.”

  • icon Posted: October 16

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Price too high to bury wires: Town
Posted: October 16, 2014

Town of North Hempstead Supervisor Judi Bosworth said on Tuesday that the town does not have the funds to bury underground wires that are currently strung on 80-foot poles in Great Neck, Manhasset and Port Washington. 

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Labor of love at Ronald McDonald House
Posted: October 16, 2014

The Ronald McDonald House of Long Island was filled with designers, supporters of the house and a spirit of good will last Thursday night for the unveiling of the second phase of its Project Design makeover.

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Devout Muslim sues Peter Lugers Steakhouse
Updated: October 16, 2014 - 11:38 am

A devout Muslim working as a waiter at Peter Lugers Steakhouse’s Great Neck location is suing the restaurant and its owners, claiming his co-workers and managers have discriminated against him, cheated him out of wages and in one instance tricked him into eating pork, according to court documents.

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NS-LIJ honored for treatment of tourettes
Posted: October 16, 2014

The North Shore-LIJ Health System has been named a “Center of Excellence” for its treatment of Tourette Syndrome and related disorders by the National Tourette Syndrome Association, officials said Tuesday.

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Breast cancer’s toll lessened by tattoos
Posted: October 16, 2014

Olga Lucia is a certified micropigmentologist, which is to say she’s both a doctor and tattoo artist, concealing surgical scars and thinning eyebrows and even crafting permanent makeup for her clients.

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Zuckerman stresses experience in town run
Posted: October 16, 2014

North Hempstead Town Councilman Peter Zuckerman on Friday said he wants residents to consider his experience – his nine months representing the town’s 2nd district and the 11 years he spent as a trustee in the Village of East Hills – in deciding whether to elect him to a full two-year term.

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