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The Town of Hempstead’s Backpack Collection Drive will allow “food insecure” children within the town to carry home in style, nutritious meals that are donated to them each week by Island Harvest. more
The John F. Kennedy High School Cougars boys’ volleyball team is gearing up for the season, and senior Tyler Anderson, of Merrick, is ready to step in to his position as captain. more
Literacy Nassau, which has helped over 40,000 adults learn to read, write and speak English over the past 50 years, has outgrown its space in Freeport and is moving to Wantagh. more
The State Supreme Court on Aug. 28 reversed the Town of Hempstead Board of Appeals’ 2017 decision to allow the construction of a community center at St. Demetrios Greek Orthodox Church. more
Joan Greenspan, a Seaford High School graduate who has multiple sclerosis, experienced new-found freedom on Aug 18 when she drove out of the Bussani Mobile Team garage in Bethpage in a new wheelchair-accessible van. more
Documents from the Lynbrook and East Rockaway school districts show that they are in compliance with the state’s 4 percent limit on unassigned funds. more
Casey Coco, 9, has undergone three open-heart surgeries and multiple invasive procedures. In honor of his bravery and all he has overcome, Casey will serve as the “Red Cape” ambassador at the American Heart Association’s Long Island Heart Walk at Jones Beach on Sept. 16. more
Residents of the 84-unit apartment building at 350 Merrick Road say a power outage last month left them in the heat and the dark for hours, and that village officials did not properly keep them updated on the situation, leaving elderly people and those with disabilities in danger. more
East Rockaway residents are offering mixed reviews after plans were announced to build an apartment complex in Oceanside, on an undeveloped plot of land next to the East Rockaway train station. Several people said they worried about the traffic it might cause. more
Molloy College’s class of 2022, consisting of more than 600 students from 16 states, started their careers on Sept. 5 as the largest-ever freshman class in school history. The class of 2016 was previously the largest at 565 students. more
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