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Ever since St. Demetrios Greek Orthodox Church moved from Freeport to Hewlett Avenue in Merrick in 1982, parishioners there have dreamed of constructing a community center where they could hold Greek language, culture and religious classes, said the Rev. Nikiforos Fakinos, St. Demetrios’s pastor. more
Firefighters from the Inwood and Lawrence-Cedarhurst fire departments under the command of Inwood Chief Frank Parise responded to a fire at Inwood Park on Bayview Avenue in Inwood Tuesday at 5:30 a.m., where the administration building was ablaze. more
Despite all its glitter, glamour and great bodies, the new Broadway musical American Psycho does not have mass appeal. It's not the kind of show one might recommend to out-of-town visitors unless … more
After last Friday’s 16-3 victory that brought Hewlett’s record against Conference ABC-IV softball rivals to .500 after a sluggish start, senior pitcher Ricki Sperry might consider changing her uniform from No. 4 to 5. more
Hebrew Academy of the Five Towns and Rockaway (HAFTR) Middle School seventh graders visited the Museum of Jewish Heritage in Manhattan on April 12. The students experienced many emotions as they walked through the “living memorial.” more
Last school year, at the end of 10th grade, the time came to register for the courses I would be taking the next year, my junior year at Lawrence Woodmere Academy, when those grades are critical for college admission. more
Earlier last month, students from the Hebrew Academy of the Five Towns and Rockaway (HAFTR) High School attended the Long Island Science Congress hosted by St. Anthony’s High School in Huntington. more
Two watches and an unspecified amount of money was stolen from a Newport Drive home in Hewlett between April 24 and May 1, according to police. more
The Lawrence-Cedarhurst American Legion Post #339 honored local veterans at the Lawrence Village Country Club on Sunday, marking the 62nd anniversary of the D-Day invasion of Normandy. Former … more
Lawrence trustees tabled the vote on exceeding the state mandated tax levy cap of 2.1 percent at the March 12 village meeting and will continue the public hearing at the April 15 meeting. The cap is the percent a municipality is allowed to raise taxes. more
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