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TV show filming in Bayville 

The Bayville Bridge in Bayville is expected to be closed for most of the morning and afternoon Wednesday while NBC's "The Blacklist" films, according to Newsday's Bill Bleyer.    Jimmy Fotedis owner Souvaleki 

Jim Fotedis, owner of Souvlaki Place (14 Bayville Ave.) in Bayville, posted this photo of a temporary detour sign near the bridge, to his restaurant's Facebook page Monday night.

A detour sign has been posted at the Bayville bridge saying that the bridge will be closed this Wednesday April 9th for a TV shoot for NBC's "The Blacklist". the closure is scheduled between the hours of 9:30am and 2:30pm.
by Souvlaki Place 14 Bayv... via Facebook

Live tweets from Hempstead Town Board meeting

Newsday's Aisha Al-Muslim was tweeting this morning from the Hempstead Town Board meeting, where officials considered a number of agenda items including a site plan for a fitness complex and parking garage at the former Fortunoff's Clearance Center site. Read her Twitter updates.

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A look at today's cover stories.

NASSAU PASSES UNION DEALS. In today's cover story,  the Nassau County Legislature passed new agreements Monday night with major county unions in what officials called a significant step toward ending a three-year wage freeze for much of the workforce.
by tara.conry

BURIAL SITE COULD BECOME LANDMARK: The top story in today's "Our Towns" section looks at the St. Matthias Church Cemetery in Wantagh, which Hempstead Town officials are considering designating as a landmark to preserve the African-American burial site, which dates to the mid-1800s.
by tara.conry

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