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The Nassau County Bar Association will hold a free mortgage foreclosure clinic at its Mineola headquarters on June 3.
The NCBA Mortgage Foreclosure and Sandy Recovery Free Legal Consultation Clinic will take place from 3 to 6 p.m. at 15th and West streets.
The bar association hopes to assist “families with advice and strategies to keep their homes during one of the worst recessions in...Read more »
Nassau County residents coping with the aftermath of superstorm Sandy can seek free and private counseling services this month in various locations.
Legis. David Denenberg (D-Merrick) and Project Hope of the Mental Health Association of Nassau County announced the initiative, which involves group or one-on-one counseling for Sandy victims in multiple locations: Bellerose, East Meadow, Carle...Read more »
Nassau County Executive Edward Mangano and Legislative Presiding Officer Norma Gonsalves (R-East Meadow) are inviting the public to receive free training on recognizing an opiate overdose and how to reverse its effects in order to save a life.
The program will be held Wednesday from 7 to 9 p.m. at the Morrelly Homeland Security Center, 510 Grumman Rd. West in Bethpage.
“Our residents...Read more »
Nassau County Parks’ International Music Nights Concert Series will kick off June 2 at the Harry Chapin Lakeside Theatre in Eisenhower Park, according to an announcement from County Executive Edward Mangano.
The series provides residents an opportunity to experience the broad range of cultures in the county.
“The International Music Nights Concert Series is a great Nassau County tradition...Read more »
Nassau County Executive Edward Mangano announced Monday that in recognition of Memorial Day, the Nassau County Rifle and Pistol Range will offer free entry for veterans and active military on May 26 during regular operating hours, from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Free coffee, beverages and snacks also will be available.
The Nassau County Rifle and Pistol Range is the only such facility open to...Read more »
The four developers competing to revamp and run the Nassau Coliseum are set to present their plans at today to an influential business group.
The event, hosted by the 17-member Business Advisory Council, is taking place at Nassau County Police Department headquarters in Mineola and is open to the media only.
The Council was formed by Nassau County Executive Edward Mangano three years...Read more »
County Executive Edward P. Mangano will host a benefit for the Nassau County Empire State Games for the Physically Challenged on Thursday at Mulcahy’s Pub in Wantagh.
The event also will honor the life of Peter Zarba, a longtime advocate for the disabled who died in February.
The benefit will include music, food and raffles to raise money for the games, which will take place from May...Read more »
Nassau County Executive Edward Mangano Thursday announced the third annual RecruitNY program for volunteer firefighters and medical technicians.
“Over the last several years, it has been tough for many statewide fire departments to recruit and retain volunteers,” Mangano said in a statement. “Volunteer fire departments need to bolster their emergency responder numbers, so they can continue...Read more »
Nassau County Executive Edward Mangano, along with six Long Island state senators, announced Thursday that veterans residing in Nassau will now have access to a state-funded peer counseling program for post-traumatic stress disorder, or PTSD.
Suffolk and three other counties around the state started in a pilot program last year that now has been extended and expanded to seven other counties,...Read more »
Nassau County is receiving a credit of nearly $2 million for Medicare Part D on next month’s state health insurance program bill, according to County Comptroller George Maragos.
The credit is because Nassau paid the insurance program too much in 2011 and in the last quarter of 2012. Payments were based on estimated usage, and usage was less than had been anticipated and budgeted, Maragos said.
The...Read more »