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The time between escaping the violence of Colombia and coming to Queens at age 9 to becoming a state assemblywoman was no smooth ride for Catalina Cruz, who last November became the first “Dreamer” in New York elected to public office. more
St. Agnes Cathedral School held its annual Dinner Dance last Saturday at the Carltun in Eisenhower Park, where community members were honored for their support and service to Catholic education. more
South Side High School’s graduation rate was the third highest on Long Island, according to data recently released by the state Education Department. more
By Bridget Downes bdownes@liherald.com More than a hundred people gathered in the Long Beach Middle School auditorium on Monday to hear what Dr. Stephen Dewey, an adjunct psychiatry professor … more
With Black History Month in full swing, groups and organizations around town are hosting events to honor the contributions of black leaders throughout history. Temple Emanu-El of Long Beach will … more
It was a one night performance and the opening night that welcomed parents, students, neighbors and a little bit of everyone from Freeport as the J.W. Dodd Middle School students performed Annie, Jr. … more
“Freeport on three,” the J.W. Dodd School wrestling coach, Dave Gordon, yelled as 60 Dodd wrestlers huddled around Patricia Lesser in the school gym on Monday. After roaring “Freeport,” the wrestlers rolled up the mats, while Lesser, of Massapequa, started handing out 60 pairs of wrestling shoes that she and her family donated to the wrestling team. more
As the Caroline G. Atkinson Intermediate School students hovered over their “clawbot,” they ran through a set of new computer codes to improve the robot’s gripping ability during the fifth annual Robotics Competition at Freeport High School last Saturday. more
By Bridget Downes bdownes@liherald.com “Part of my whole philosophy with the kids is giving back. I teach the kids philanthropy is very important,” said Darren Raymar, principal of the … more
The smell of pancakes and the sound of sizzling bacon filled the air in the St. Anthony’s Church’s cafeteria on Feb. 3 as Oceanside Kiwanis hosted its annual Super Bowl Sunday Pancake Breakfast, which was attended by more than 100 community members. more
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