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Eva Schloss was barely 15 years old when she and her family were stuffed into a dark, windowless railroad boxcar and transported to the Auschwitz concentration camp. more
Farming saved a majority of the Berg family from being slaughtered in Nazi concentration camps. more
Richard Landry, of Glen Cove, began his workout like he always does. First, he grabbed the elastic cables tied around his squat rack and stretched out his broad upper body. Staying flexible is one of … more
It was a scary good time on Atlantic Avenue in Lynbrook on Sunday as the village hosted its annual Halloween Havoc event. more
Lynbrook musician and Red Pants Band frontman Danny Weinkauf was shocked to learn how widely known his catalog of children’s songs has become, he said. Teachers in Europe, Asia and Australia have contacted him to tell him how they are using his songs to shape young minds. more
Turnout was dismal on Oct. 23 as voters came out to approve the use of $800,000 from the Wantagh Union Free School District’s capital reserve fund. The proposition passed by a vote of 249 to 33, and will enable the district to replace the three boilers at Wantagh Middle School. more
A local Jewish leader described himself as “heartbroken” in the wake of the Pittsburgh synagogue shooting that left 11 dead and six injured. more
Making a national team might seem like a big deal for most 15-year-old athletes, but for Seaford resident Michael Lantino, it’s business as usual. more
John McNamara seems thoroughly comfortable with himself and his role as superintendent of the Wantagh Union Free School District. more
Despite 40-mph winds, tens of thousands of participants braved the weather to help make the American Cancer Society’s 25th annual walk against breast cancer at Jones Beach State Park on Oct. 21 a success. more
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