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A team of six Herald editors and reporters –– Scott Brinton, Jeff Bessen, Alex Costello, Mary Malloy, Anthony Rifilato and Alexandra Spychalsky –– have taken second place for Community … more
For most sports fans, fantasy leagues provide an entertaining diversion or an opportunity for friendly competition. But for Oceanside native son Seth Young, … more
Students and staff at Rhame Avenue Elementary School in East Rockaway were overjoyed to have their gym reopened after repairs were completed to fix damage done by Hurricane Sandy. “We are so … more
Very few high school basketball teams on Long Island won more road games, and none played as many games away from home than East Rockaway’s boys in 2012-13. With the high school off limits after Hurricane Sandy, the Rocks were unable to play within the friendly confines of the Rock Palace. more
Weeks after Hurricane Sandy damaged much of the South Shore of Nassau County, residents are continuing to pick up the pieces and return to their normal lives. The East Rockaway community took a big step in the road to recovery last week when students went back to school — although for hundreds of students, it was with a change of scenery. more
It’s been said, at times, that the journey is more important than the destination. In the case of the Long Beach High School football team, the road to the opening round of the Nassau Conference II … more
Union Rags wins! [Photo gallery]
A gallery of the Herald's images from Saturday's Belmont Stakes. more
The Valley Stream Green Hornets youth football league kicked off its 2011 season with a pep rally at Firemen's Field on Sept. 9. Players, parents and and coaches heard opening remarks from league President Sharon Daly and saw a performance by the varsity cheerleaders. more
The Valley Stream Baseball League began its 69th season on April 30. Opening ceremonies were held at Firemen’s Field, and then players hit the diamond for their first games of the season. more
Fear of injury and worries about being able to keep up at the gym are two obstacles that hinder many seniors who might otherwise embark on a get-fit program. Sharon Moelis, director of fitness and programming at South Shore Fitness, which has locations in Oceanside, Island Park and Farmingdale, says fear is the first challenge many of her older clients must overcome. more
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