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The Rebbetzin Esther Jungreis of North Woodmere, founder of Hineni, died Tuesday. more
Established in 1965, the Tackapausha Museum and Preserve offers a variety of environmental education programs involving all aspects of Long Island’s natural history. Scores of Seaford children have attended Earth Day celebrations and “jungle bungle” events in recent years, but South Shore Audubon Society leaders said locals might not realize who keeps those programs going. more
During the recent heat wave, Wantagh kids cooled off at the Forest City Community Pool. more
With the first day of a new academic year just around the corner, Assemblyman Dave McDonough and the John Theissen Children’s Foundation are seeking donations of school supplies for local sick and underprivileged children from low-income families. more
The Forest City community in Wantagh is mourning longtime resident Rose D. Muraca, who died on June 28 — just 16 days before her 91st birthday. more
When you think about it, there are very few opportunities to play a key role in a major, internationally televised sporting event when you aren’t the featured athlete. One of those rarities exists at the U.S. Open. more
Five officers from the Nassau County Police Department’s 5th Precinct who made a dramatic rescue of six West Hempstead residents during a serious fire earlier this year have become the subjects of a new children’s book, “Officer Jack — Rapid Response,” which was written by Maryland author James Burd Brewster and released earlier this week by J2B Publishing. more
West Hempstead resident Peter Paul Brennan, the archbishop of the Old Catholic Confederation and an advocate for a married priesthood, ecumenism and social justice for more than 40 years, died on Aug. 1, of pulmonary fibrosis. He was 75. more
A Brooklyn woman was killed on Aug. 20 after her motorcycle collided with a car on the Southern State Parkway near the border of Valley Stream and Franklin Square, police said. According to … more
East Meadow, NY – Families looking for a supplemental Jewish cultural education and social justice activism will have an exciting new opportunity this back-to-school season, as the Workmen’s … more
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