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Lawrence School District will restore transportation service to 35 students who live in Inwood and take part in the federally funded freed and reduced breakfast and lunch program by applying a portion of the $831,000 in grant money the district receives based on its poverty rate, which is 73 percent district wide.Getting the kids back on the bu more
Exhibits and more... Lessons of the Holocaust to Teach ToleranceA contextualized history that explains the 1920s’ increase of intolerance, reduction of human rights, and lack of intervention … more
Some beloved fairy tale characters take a moonlit adventure. more
Enjoy those last of the summer rays with Labor Day weekend barbecue. more
Still celebrating its grand opening, My Beach Baby offers an assortment of child-related products and services not often found under the same roof. more
He is scanning the Atlantic, as he has for three months almost every summer since John F. Kennedy was president. Lee Hahn may be in between bites of a chicken sandwich. He may be loudly channeling Elvis. If the ocean is calm, he may have drifted into the observant-daydreaming state lifeguards master. If there are waves, he may be having a hard time sitting still, envying the off-hour guards on surfboards out past the break, catching rides while he can only watch. more
Q. Before my grandfather left us, he gave my wife and I the house we now live in, so we never had an engineer’s report to find things like structural problems. Our floors are sagging on both the first and second floors . . . more
Walking my dog around the block last evening, I observed more wildlife and heard more bird songs than I encountered on a recent trip out West. more
Nassau County Legislator Carrié Solages (D-Elmont) partnered with Five Towns Community Chest to sponsor the inaugural Inwood Day/Back to School Day celebration and barbecue at Inwood Park on Aug. 23. more
Beginning in the 1920s with a heyday of the ’40s, ’50s and ’60s, the Catskill Mountains were home to many resorts, country clubs and camps that catered to a mainly Jewish population. So much so that the area in Sullivan County was called the Jewish Alps. The many performers who entertained there were called “Borscht Belt” comedians; named for the popular food dish. more
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