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Exhibits and more... Exploring the Centuries: 3rd-20th Century Asian ArtWorks are of historic, spiritual and artistic importance and highlight centuries-old artistic traditions, drawn from Hofstra … more
Ever since she was a little girl, Hewlett High School senior Hannah Burkhart always had a knack for creativity. Burkhart took her passion to another level when she established her own customized dream catcher business, It Wuz All a Dream. more
Whenever I return home from Lawrence Woodmere Academy there is always this persistent urge to turn on the television, computer, or just go on my cell phone instead of doing my schoolwork. more
The food choices vary during the week ranging from a variety of pizza to Southwest-style meals and sandwiches. Students sit at round tables, can go outside the building on campus or grab a meal on the way to their next class. more
The annual country fair is a longstanding tradition on the South Shore. more
There’s plenty to see and do in preparation for next Friday’s candyfest. Stop by one of the many festivals nearby in your Halloween best and get spooked if you dare. more
Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced a statewide Ebola plan on Oct. 16 that called for the coordination of health care, Port Authority and Metropolitan Transportation Authority workers to combat a potential spread of the Ebola virus should it cross New York’s borders. He also designated eight hospitals, including Long Island’s North Shore-LIJ, in Nassau County, and Stony Brook University Hospital, in Suffolk, to act as regional centers for treating patients with Ebola. more
Final preparations for Hewlett High School’s upcoming Interview Day, an overview of this year’s Virtual Enterprise program, and business study scholarships were the topics of discussion at the district’s Business Advisory Board meeting on Oct. 16. more
In seeking his ninth two-year term, Rep. Gregory Meeks (D-St. Albans) defeated fellow Democrat Joe Marthone in a June primary, is not facing a true Republican challenger, but in the general election he is being opposed by Rockaway Park resident Allen Steinhardt, who is running on the “Allen for Congress” line. If elected, Steinhardt said you would most likely caucus with the Republicans. more
Get ready to experience history at the 29th annual Rock Hall Museum Country Fair on Saturday, Oct. 25 and Sunday, Oct. 26 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. at 199 Broadway in Lawrence. more
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