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Four years ago, a group of 28 students committed to pursuing a degree in nursing at a school that offered no lectures and frowned on standardized teaching and testing. When Hofstra University and … more
After months of searching for a superintendent to replace Ed Fale, the District 24 Board of Education approved a contract for Don Sturz on May 17. Sturz currently serves as the assistant superintendent for pupil services in the Levittown Union Free School District and will start work as District 24’s superintendent on July 1. more
Between 60 and 70 community members braved the cold and the rain on May 19 to run more than three miles around Arthur J. Hendrickson Park to raise money for scholarships and gift card packages for … more
A fundraiser to benefit a scholarship in the memory of late East Rockaway Junior-Senior High School alumnus Keith Lane was postponed to June 2 because of bad weather last weekend. more
Seasonal workers swept the grounds of the Lynbrook pool at Greis Park and cleaned its interior on May 21 in preparation for its opening on Saturday. more
About 400 people — many from Lynbrook and other South Shore communities, some from New York City, New Jersey and Connecticut — came to Greis Park on Sunday to participate in the fourth annual Feel the Breeze 5K event to benefit the Quinn Madeleine Foundation. more
Village of Lynbrook officials finalized a contract last week to authorize implementation of a smartphone app that will enable users to pay for parking with their credit and debit cards at more than 600 meters, instead of pumping quarters into the machines. more
“It’s the guys that didn’t come back [who] are the real heroes,” said veteran Walter Paruch, who will serve as the grand marshal during Rockville Centre’s Memorial Day parade on Monday. more
Frank Colon Jr., commander of Rockville Centre’s American Legion Post 303, was inducted into the New York State Senate Veterans’ Hall of Fame last week for his 22 years in the United States Army and his subsequent service to fellow veterans. more
A valued tradition that for six years has benefitted students with special needs at South Side High School and South Side Middle School will continue thanks to a $2,000 donation from the Tommy Brull Foundation. more
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