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When Olivia Medford’s friend Liam Galvin was preparing to try out for the seventh-grade football team at South Side Middle School, she would tag along and play with him and his dad, Gene, at the Village Green. more
“The people who speak are supposed to be here to try to comfort us,” said Rabbi Howard Diamond, who addressed members of his congregation and others during a vigil at Congregation B’nai Sholom-Beth David on Oct. 30. “. . . It’s very hard to be comforted. It’s very hard for me to be comforting.” more
The Tommy Brull Foundation is set to hold its 11th annual fundraiser on Nov. 10, which will celebrate a decade of raising money for people with physical, mental and emotional challenges. more
When James Ferguson came home in 2010 after serving for nearly eight months in Afghanistan as a platoon commander in the Marines, that chapter of his life remained painfully incomplete. Reuniting with his unit five years later, however, changed his life, and today Ferguson leads the Warrior Reunion Foundation, which has so far reconnected combat veterans at seven gatherings around the country. more
Molloy announced a record fundraising total for its 2018 Gala, which was held at the campus’s Madison Theatre on Nov. 2. The purpose of the annual event is to raise funds to support student scholarships. more
South Side Middle School students performed their latest Broadway revue, “Makin’ Change,” on Nov. 2 and 3 for hundreds of theater-goers. more
Gabriella O. Pellicani, a former student at St. Mark’s Cooperative Nursery School, died on Oct. 16 after a fight with brain cancer. She was 5. more
South Nassau Communities Hospital has changed its plans for the development of the Long Beach Medical Center property, saying that it recently determined that construction of a new medical facility … more
It was around mile 23, about three hours into his quest to complete the TCS New York City Marathon on Sunday, that Richard Cohen said he was tempted to slow down. But the vocal support of his wife, Stacey Schwarcz, and his students at Nassau Community College boisterously cheering him on and waving posters from the sidewalk helped propel him to the finish line. more
State Sen. Todd Kaminsky, a Democrat from Long Beach, was elected to another two-year term in the 9th Senate District on Tuesday, defeating his challenger, Francis X. Becker, a Republican from … more
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