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Glen Cove officials say that despite "disappointing" ridership numbers during the temporary ferry service to Manhattan that ended Sept. 1, they are confident the city will attract an operator for the long-planned restoration of year-round ferry service from Long Island. (read more)


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Goldberg Segalla of Garden City has hired Joyce G. Bigelow of Rockville Centre as special counsel in the general liability and business/commercial groups. (read more)

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Jose, the onetime Category One hurricane that throttled down to an overnight tropical storm, largely spared Long Island from the havoc officials prepared for this week. . (read more)

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