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Editorial: A Prime Place For Amazon

Last week, Amazon set off a cluster-scrum among cities across the country when the mega-corporation announced it is seeking to build a second headquarters. According to published reports, the winning city gets a $5 billion investment and 50,000 new jobs…

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Mineola icon Lou Sanders played a vital role in shaping the community into what it is today.

Community mourns the loss of journalist and Mineola visionary Lou Sanders There are few people that have been as influential on Mineola as Lou Sanders. The founder of the Mineola American and Chamber of Commerce was involved in almost every facet of local…

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It is with great sadness that we inform you of the passing of Lou Sanders, co-founder of the Mineola American. Arrangements and funeral announcements will be posted soon.

Lou Sanders, cofounder of the Mineola American and charter member of the Mineola Chamber of Commerce, passed away the morning of Sept. 15. Lou and his wife, Grace, started the Mineola American in 1952. Forty years later they sold the newspaper to Anton…

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Letter: A Statement, Not A Slur in response to Editorial: Generation Race

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Editorial: Unity Shouldn’t Be A Casualty

The time may pass, but the pain is always there. September 11, whose significance drastically changed 16 years ago, is once again upon us. Communities across Long Island have had their share of loss amid the thousands who perished that day—377 residents…

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Do You Love Local Sports? Anton Is Looking For A Sports Reporter!

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The Mineola Street Fair is scheduled for Sunday, Sept. 10

Fingers are crossed for sunny skies on Sunday, Sept. 10, as the Mineola Street Fair will be taking place, spanning Jericho Turnpike between Willis Avenue and Mineola Boulevard. The highly anticipated event, organized by the Mineola Chamber of Commerce,…

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The St. James undergoes changes with new ownership

  The St. James undergoes changes with new ownership Known for its authentic American fare, vintage decor and an overall at-home feel, The St. James of Mineola has been a family dining destination since 1985, but the Second Street eatery is beginning to…
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