Here’s this week’s headlines:
Missing Mineola Woman Spotted Near Library
A Mineola woman who had been reported missing on June 6 has apparently been spotted on closed circuit surveillance footage at the Mineola Library.
Debra Guiliano, 53, was reportedly seen on the camera footage in Memorial Park this past Thursday by library director Charles Sleefe. Initially Sleefe believed that the woman might be homeless after she had asked to come in and use the restroom facilities at the library.
Fair Housing Case Against Garden City Begins
A lawsuit alleging housing discrimination against minorities wanting to live in the village of Garden City went to trial today.
In February 2012, U.S. District Court Judge Arthur Spatt ruled the lawsuit against the village could proceed while he dismissed claims that Nassau County's housing practices toward minorities were discriminatory.
Devastated Lindell Deli Making Sandwiches AgainThe Lindell Deli, a family-owned business for 40 years in Long Beach, reopened last week, seven months after Hurricane Sandydevastated the store.
On Friday, Long Beach Patch spoke with the owners, Marge Whelan and her son, Kevin, about their return.
Click here for a full video report on the Long Beach staple.