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Post ranked 2nd best D2 school in nation

On Thursday, Dec. 11, LIU Post was tabbed second in the first NACDA Division II Learfield Sports Directors’ Cup standings of 2014-15. After ending one of its most significant fall seasons in school history, LIU Post advanced four spots from last year. This year’s second place spot is the school’s best ever in the rankings since it was first enacted for Division II schools in 1995-96.

  • icon Updated: December 18

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Friday 12/19/2014
Mineola village OKs $24,500 for emergency street light repairs
Posted: December 19, 2014

Mineola Trustees authorized $24,500 in emergency repairs on Wednesday after street lighting conductors were damaged about two weeks ago by village employees doing road work.

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Thursday 12/18/2014
Williston Park trustees praise revised Wendy’s plan
Posted: December 18, 2014

Village of Williston Park trustees expressed support on Monday for a revised plan by Wendy’s to replace its existing restaurant at 259 Hillside Ave. on Monday, but deferred a final decision on the eatery’s application.

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Williston Park trustees to agree to talk water rates with East Williston
Posted: December 18, 2014

Williston Park Mayor Paul Ehrbar announced Monday that the village will be sending East Williston trustees a letter agreeing to a meeting to discuss water rates, which have been a source of contention between the two villages for over three years.

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Herricks to purchase generators for schools
Posted: December 18, 2014

The Herricks School District plans to purchase four backup generators to power sections of its school buildings during emergencies, a move that members of its Board of Education said Thursday would cut down on the time students are out of the classroom and provide a source of electricity for residents during outages.

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Mineola school bids come in $1.2M high
Posted: December 18, 2014

The Mineola Board of Education announced Thursday that initial projections for a $3.8 million capital reserve project to repair the district’s schools were $1.2 million too low after bids were received.

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County honors 3rd Precinct officers as 'hero cops'
Posted: December 18, 2014

Two officers of the Nassau County Police Department’s Third Precinct were honored Monday during the department’s “Cop of the Year” awards for acts of heroism in response to a house fire in Albertson in April.

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St. Mary’s 5th grade team 1 collects two wins
Posted: December 18, 2014

St. Mary’s 5th grade team 1 went 2-0 this weekend, prevailing in hard-fought, physical battles on the road and at home.   In the first game at St. Boniface, Sea Cliff, St. Mary’s fell behind early before charging ahead and pulling away for the 26-14 victory.  The offense was led by Michael Mastando (eight points), Charles Balsamo, Will Cargiulo, and Donovan Barcelona (four points each), and Brendan Conniff, Patrick Leder, and Ryan Kolin, who each scored two points.  The defense dominated the boards and forced numerous turnovers, led by Brendan Sargent and Christian Alacqua.

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