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Elissa Candiotti, a class of 2014 graduate of Hewlett High School and former Nassau Herald intern, was one of four high school students nationwide to be awarded the Robert G. Porter Scholarship by the American Federation of Teachers. more
At the Seawane Drive home of Matilda Kaminker in Hewlett Harbor about 25 women gathered for a fitness/workout party conducted by Juan Rolon of Long Beach Fitness in the morning on July 11. more
The Five Towns-based Stardust Singers brought their vocal talents to Lido Beach and performed a variety of songs on July 16. more
Past presidents and the club itself were the honorees of the 41st Marty Mongoni Golf Outing held by the Five Towns Kiwanis at the Woodmere Club on July 21. more
The Nassau County Legislature’s seven-member, bipartisan rules committee unanimously passed a plan on July 18 to implement a long-term contract for the control of the county’s wastewater system. Promising to save taxpayers roughly $240 million over the next 20 years ... more
A World War II veteran, who was proud of his religious heritage and would help any one at any time, was the way that Bob Leshansky described his father, Jerry, who died on June 26. He was 84. more
“What planet in our solar system is red?” asked Sergeant Science, the teacher of Peninsula Public Library’s “Chem in a Flash” program, on July 16, just one of the many activities offered as part of this summer’s library reading program, “Fizz, Boom, Read!” more
His mother introduced the idea of attending college when he was very young and did so often. That prompting propelled Inwood native Charles Rodgers Greene to a career few African-Americans thought they could achieve at one time. more
Lee Squitieri, who graduated Lawrence High School 14 years ago, and is now a resident physician at the Shriners Hospital for Children in Los Angeles specializing in plastic surgery, is the school district’s first honoree of an Alumnus of the Month award. more
The Hewlett and Woodmere streetscape along Broadway continues to be altered by businesses closing and new enterprises opening, as many of Long Island’s downtown areas feel the pinch of a slow economy. more
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