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St. Christopher’s Church played host last weekend to thousands of residents who attended its annual feast. The church had rides, games and food for all who attended the festival, which kicked off on July 17 and ran through July 20 on church grounds. more
The following students at Baldwin High School achieved high honor roll with distinction or high honor roll during the fourth marking period: more
Although they were born six to seven decades apart, the men from the Bristal All-Stars, of the Long Island Senior Softball Association, and kids from the Baldwin Summer Program hit it off at an instructional practice on July 16. more
Following the death of Dennis Meekins in January, Carl DeHaney Jr. was appointed to Sanitary District No. 2’s Board of Commissioners in April. Three months later, DeHaney is seeking to win the … more
Julian’s Light, a growing nonprofit organization based in the Bronx, has taken over the basketball courts at Coes Neck Park in Baldwin for its second annual month-long league featuring many former Bruins and local high school stars. more
The older adults participating in the Town of Hempstead’s Senior Writing Workshop presented their original works recently at the Merrick Theater and Center for the Arts. more
Seven weeks after winning a seat on the Baldwin Board of Education, Karyn Reid was sworn in as its president. Reid’s quick accession came at the July 9 meeting after longtime board member … more
The Baldwin Board of Education made its pick for superintendent official on July 9, approving a three-year term for Dr. Shari Camhi in a 4-1 vote. Trustee Eric Harrison was the lone “no” vote after he unsuccessfully made a motion to table the resolution. more
Local residents traveled to Baldwin Park last Saturday to take part in a community picnic, enjoy some live music and watch fireworks during Baldwin Day 2014, sponsored by the Baldwin Chamber of Commerce. more
Local Girl Scout troops use Lenox Elementary School as a place to meet to discuss things like badges, cookies and ways to make their community better. The girls who comprise troops 2036 and 2331 either currently attend Lenox or did in recent years, and they each wanted a way to improve their school. more
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