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The threat of an impending storm on Saturday night has forced Nassau County and Town officials to postpone their Fourth of July fireworks shows. more
Children from the Community Nursery School of Baldwin recently got an interactive lesson from firefighters from the Baldwin Fire Department, who paid a visit to the kids to teach them about fire … more
Hook and Ladder Company Two officially celebrated its new fire truck on June 14 with a wet down ceremony at the firehouse on Grand Avenue and Rose Boulevard. The ceremony, which was attended by … more
What does the American flag mean to you? To the winners of the annual Flag Day Art and Essay contest, organized by Assemblyman Brian Curran and held at Greis Park in Lynbrook, it’s a lot more than … more
Baldwin Board of Education Vice President Mary Jo O’Hagan concluded her two-year tenure as president of the Nassau Suffolk School Boards Association at the organization’s 56th annual dinner on … more
Baldwin Little League players wrapped up their spring season on June 20 with a closing ceremony at Baldwin Park. Championship teams from the major and minor divisions were awarded their trophies … more
Another banner year for Baldwin athletics was culminated on June 8 during the Varsity Scholarship Banquet at the Coral House. Athletes, coaches, parents and administrators were on hand to help celebrate the successful year for the Bruins, as 16 teams made playoffs and 112 athletes were given recognition. more
Cameras were flashing and hands were clapping as the little graduates of the Community Nursery School of Baldwin walked up to receive their very first diplomas. The graduation ceremony was held … more
A Baldwin woman drove the wrong way on the Southern State Parkway while high on drugs, colliding with a Merrick man who was driving while intoxicated and in possession of cocaine and opiate pills … more
It’s a place where vegetables and flowers grow, sure, but it’s much more than that. It’s where local artists leave their mark, residents relax and read a book (or a community newspaper) and people gather for events and classes. more
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