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Answering Medicare Concerns

Written by Chris Boyle, Thursday, 29 May 2014 11:52

While getting older can open access to a whole host of interesting benefits — wisdom, experience and even some great discounts — it can also offer its fair share of complications.

Take Medicare, for example, a national social insurance program that offers health insurance for Americans 65 and over. Like many programs offered by the U.S. government, it boasts a nearly insurmountable degree of complexity to the average person.  


Woman Power In Bethpage

Written by Cynthia Paulis, Friday, 23 May 2014 00:00

Close to 200 women went to Briarcliff College in Bethpage to attend the Fair Media Council’s Women’s Empowerment Summit with keynote speaker Bernadette Castro, COO of Castro Convertibles and former New York State Commissioner of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation.

The morning opened with Castro delivering the key note speech followed by six breakout sessions with an impressive group of panelists from all different fields including some elected officials, CEO’s, doctors, lawyers, writers, bankers and media executives.


Local Grads Ready For Future

Written by Colleen Maidhof, Thursday, 22 May 2014 00:00

Young people from the Bethpage and Plainview areas are getting primed to turn the page on a new chapter in life.

Bethpage residents Lauren and Shannon McCarthy, Mathew La Rose, and Danielle Siebner and Plainview residents Angela Formica, Lindsay Gladstone and Rita Iosefson were amongst the nearly 2,300 students who were awarded bachelor’s, master’s, doctoral degrees, or advanced certificates from LIU’s three Long Island campuses: LIU Post, LIU Brentwood, and LIU Riverhead.   


Chasing Big-League Dreams

Written by Brianna Barbieri, Wednesday, 21 May 2014 00:00

Despite dwindling odds, James Giulietti still hasn’t lost sight of his childhood dream of playing Major League Baseball. In fact, every summer the 25-year-old leaves his hometown on Long Island to chase that dream.

Giulietti, a left-handed pitcher from Plainview, plays for the Rockland Boulders, a Pomona, NY-based independent professional team not affiliated with MLB.


Tastebuds Set Aflame At New Chilli And Curry

Written by Chris Boyle, Friday, 16 May 2014 00:00

Relocating to a new country can be intimidating enough, but taking on a brand-new occupation once you get there as well? It’s enough to make someone think twice about the whole thing and just stay put.

But not Kumar K. Chhetri, owner of New Chilli and Curry restaurant located at 106 Woodbury Road in Hicksville. Originally from Nepal, where he worked in the antique jewelry trade, Chhetri moved to the United States nearly 20 years ago for a change of scenery with a desire to try out a new career as well.


Group Nets Grant

Written by Steve Mosco, Thursday, 15 May 2014 00:00

An organization is getting ahead of old man winter thanks to the charitable efforts of youngsters and a local businessman.

Old Bethpage-based Kids Helping Kids by Kids Way Inc. received a $1,000 grant recently from The Allstate Foundation. The gift honors Allstate Agent and Massapequan Salvatore Ferrante’s volunteer efforts to make sure everyone has a warm coat when the winter chill blows back.

“We are pleased to partner with Allstate and their commitment to making our hometowns better, safer places to live,” said Kids Way Inc. executive director Bob Eslick.


Library Renovations Stack Up

Written by Chris Boyle, Wednesday, 14 May 2014 00:00

When you stroll into the Plainview-Old Bethpage Public Library these days, look around — you might just notice a little something has changed.

The library recently finished work on an extensive $200,000 renovation project, a major undertaking that took well over a month of hard work to complete. The goal was to provide more of the services that patrons have been requesting over the years, according to library director Gretchen Browne, and to that end the library’s old Media Department was re-purposed to make room for additional media space, more quiet study and meeting rooms, and a bigger Community Services Department.


Jewish Center Ages Well

Written by Herald Staff, Friday, 09 May 2014 00:00

For the past year, Manetto Hill Jewish Center (MHJC), a progressive Conservative synagogue in Plainview, has been celebrating its 45th birthday. And members — both long-timers and new ones — are comfortable in its skin.

A small, but growing synagogue, its motto “large enough to serve you, small enough to know you,” has been embraced by its 200-family congregation. Ronni Mordechai, a mother of two young adult children from Levittown, joined MHJC three years ago.


Moms ‘Rock’ Against Disease

Written by Chris Boyle, Thursday, 08 May 2014 11:41

Life can be hard enough without having to worry if the next bite you take will have you sick to your stomach. No, we’re not talking food poisoning; we’re talking celiac disease, and it’s an ailment that affects, depending on where you get your statistics, up to 1 in 150 people in the U.S. alone.


Plainview Biz Wiz Makes Strides

Written by Steve Mosco, Thursday, 08 May 2014 11:24

A young Plainview resident is getting a jump on his professional, post-college career.

Matthew Silver, a master’s student at the University at Buffalo School of Management, was recently selected as one of only six students nationwide to earn a post-graduate technical assistantship with the Financial Accounting Standards Board. The FASB establishes accounting and financial reporting standards for all businesses in the country, and landing an assistantship with the organization is considered the business school equivalent of clerking for a U.S. Supreme Court justice.


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