The National Weather Service and the Nassau County Office of Emergency Management are both predicting the next 24–36 hours (through Saturday) will be a rough period. Coastal flooding for all the south shore communities in western Nassau is extremely likely. Up to 2 inches of rain will be mixed with up to 4 inches of […]
The BIG News for the past few days has been the upcoming Blizzard. The consensus among forecast services is that it will be a major storm, with accumulations of 12” to 18” or more, and drifts that will be much deeper. Power outages are predicted, due to the high winds and snow-load, and extended road closures are possible.
Nassau County Executive Edward P. Mangano and Acting Police Commissioner Thomas C. Krumpter express their condolences to the victims, their families and the people of Quebec, Canada in light of the recent attack on a Quebec City, Mosque.
Mayor Benjamin Weinstock and the Village Board express their heartfelt prayers and condolences to the victims and families of the recent terrorist attack in Berlin, Germany. The Nassau County Police Department (NCPD) announced that it is taking all the necessary steps to ensure the safety of the public and its Police Officers. The NCPD has […]
PSEG has recently sent out a letter of notification that the electrical substation on Pearsall Avenue is being upgraded and strengthened to make it more reliable and storm-resistant. Super Storm Sandy caused a great deal of damage to the substation and exposed other vulnerabilities in the electrical grid serving Cedarhurst.
Mayor Benjamin Weinstock, and the Board of Trustees of the Village of Cedarhurst, along with the members of the Lawrence-Cedarhurst American Legion Post 339 gathered on a very windy Friday, November 11th at the Cedarhurst Veteran’s Memorial Plaza to salute our men and women of the United States Armed Forces. It was a day to recognize our Veterans, past and present, who fought for our freedom.