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What’s New In Kensington?

Often one village or another seems to be featured in the news many times in one period. Mostly these are the “main villages,” the ones with business districts. offices and shopping areas. Villages that contain a lot of business districts, shopping districts, private residences, townhouse and apartment buildings, and maybe … [Read More...]


Learn Tennis At Parkwood

It’s never too late to learn to play tennis or improve your game. Parkwood Tennis Center offers several ways for players of all ages and levels to build their tennis skills. Group classes are offered as well as one-on-one sessions for those who like individual attention. It’s a great way to stay active and socialize at the … [Read More...]


Nachmanoff Seeks Re-Election

Great Neck Park District Commissioner Dan Nachmanoff is seeking re-election to his second three-year term. Elections are this coming December. Currently, Nachmanoff chairs the park board. Having already collected petitions and officially filed for his candidacy, he believes that his accomplishments and his strong government … [Read More...]


Coming Soon: A Place In Heaven

On Thursday, July 24, the Great Neck Bow Tie Cinemas, 115 Middle Neck Rd., plays A Place In Heaven at 7:30 p.m. The film tells the story of an admired war hero and his conflicted relationship with his son. The drama spans the history of Israel through 40 years and three wars. Tickets are $15 (students, $10). They … [Read More...]


Nominate Your Fave Senior Citizen

The Association of Generational Experts for Seniors (AGES) is accepting nominations for “Savvy Senior Citizens” through Sunday, August 31. “Long Island is made up of so many wonderful seniors who have not only made but continue to make tremendous impact within our communities,” said Kevin Lawrence, AGES Chairman. “Each … [Read More...]


Shortcut Gets Bumpier

The trip through the Village of Russell Gardens has gotten a lot bumpier lately for motorists who use the village as a shortcut to either Northern Boulevard or South Middle Neck Road—but it’s by design, according to Mayor Steve Kirschner. The village, made up of 248 private homes and four apartment buildings on South … [Read More...]


Vote For Alex Schneider

Alex Schneider of Great Neck will participate in the Runners World Cover Contest. The participant with the most votes will be featured on the front cover of the December edition of Runners World. The twenty-four year old with autism has competed in more than 120 races including two Boston Marathons, two Hamptons Marathons, … [Read More...]


Short Films At The Bow Tie

The Furman Film Series presents Summer Shorts, a series of short films, at the Great Neck’s Bow Squire Cinemas, 115 Middle Neck Rd., on Thursday, July 17 at 7:30 p.m. Amongst the films, One Plastic Beach, tells the story of Richard and Judith Selby Lang who gathered plastic debris from Kehoe Beach in the Point Reyes … [Read More...]


Editors Win National Awards

Two editors at Anton Community Newspapers recently were named award-winners in the 2014 National Newspaper Association Better Newspaper Editorial Contest. This is the first time Anton has entered the contest. The judges of this nationwide competition, sponsored by the largest newspaper organization in the country, … [Read More...]


Drainage Project Flows At Last

Severe flooding has been a serious problem in Great Neck, especially along Middle Neck Road (which is a county road) from Kensington to the Old Village, which falls under the county’s jurisdiction. Local village officials began approaching Nassau County for help years ago, but delays stymied the project. On Monday, July 7, … [Read More...]

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