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A Hewlett Harbor woman was arrested on Oct. 14 for driving drunk with three children in the car in the North Shore community of East Hills, police said. more
Incumbent Town of Hempstead Supervisor Anthony Santino, a Republican, faces a challenge this year by Democrat Laura Gillen, who is an attorney. more
The Village of Cedarhurst is hosting a special needs resource fair presented by Assemblywoman Melissa Miller (R-Atlantic Beach) in conjunction with the National Council of Jewish Women-Peninsula Section. more
Cedarhurst-based Kulanu Academy has established a new division — Medicaid Service Coordination — where a team of coordinators will help direct people with developmental disabilities to the proper support and services that improve their quality of life through customized service plans. more
After the New York District Kiwanis tractor trailer returns from Texas and dropping off supplies for victims of Hurricane Harvey, it head to Florida and bring provisions to the victims of Hurricane Irma. more
The Lawrence Men’s Tennis Club senior team — captain Barry Straus, Gary Adler, Ron Jackson, Gary Post, Stu Schor, Alan Smagler, Bobby Tehel and Paul Wilson — upended the Great Neck squad to capture the North Shore league title under the newly lit tennis courts of the Lawrence Yacht & Country Club on Sept. 12. more
Mother and daughter, Debra and Daniella Haft, of Cedarhurst, are among the six people that AMIT will honor at its annual Greater Long Island gala at the Sephardic Temple, also in Cedarhurst, on Oct. 31 at 6:30 p.m. more
Girl Scout troops 717 and 737 — girls from the Hewlett and Lawrence school districts — sold nearly 30 gallons of homemade fresh-squeezed lemonade, and homemade chocolate lollipops and collected more than $700 at the Arts Below Sunrise festival in Hewlett and Woodmere on Sept. 17. more
The rainy weather didn’t cooperate as much as Sunday got off to a slow start and Community Chest South Shore officials cancelled Monday, but the 33rd annual Community Chest fair at Andrew J. Parise Cedarhurst Park in the village provided fun for many as children rode the rides, kids and adults played games, ate food, including ice cream at the fair, even on Saturday. more
Hebrew Academy of the Five Towns and Rockaway High School seniors Arieh Chaiken, Benjamin Gottesman, Miriam Kopyto, and Rafael Levin are part of the 34,000 Commended Students throughout the nation that were recognized for their exceptional academic promise in the 2018 National Merit Scholarship Program. more
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