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While Lino Viola recently closed his landmark Italian restaurant, , with a heavy heart, he is optimistic about the future, looking forward to a brand new chapter in his career as a restaurateur.
A Central Avenue apartment building was evacuated last Thursday night after a fire broke out in one of the unit’s kitchens, according to the chief of the .
A Manhattan-based hospital has outbid all other interested parties by $3 million for the Number Six School property in Woodmere, the Nassau Herald reports.
Three men, armed with a handgun, entered a Woodsburgh home last Thursday night, tied up three people inside and stole jewelry and electronics before fleeing in the homeowner’s vehicle, according to police.