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While most elementary students would build a paper mache volcano for their science fairs, fifth graders at the Hebrew Academy of the Five Towns and Rockaway were creating start-ups for an entrepreneur fair. more
In 2014, when the bike path that runs along the Wantagh Parkway was extended to Tobay Beach, many hailed its arrival as a safe, scenic trail for anyone who wanted to walk, run, cycle or skateboard. more
An incredible survivor of neglect, and then the city shelter, Jelly not only holds no grudges, she is the most loving, sweetest girl according to her foster mom. more
Arthur Quentzel was honored for his devoted service to the Sephardic Temple at its 54th annual testimonial luncheon on June 10 at the synagogue on Branch Boulevard in Cedarhurst. more
Hewlett High School class of 2009 graduate Jordan Reisch, from North Woodmere, earned his law degree from Harvard Law School, graduating cum laude last month. more
The congregations of St. Joseph’s R.C. Church, St. Joachim’s R.C. Church and Our Lady of Good Counsel joined together on June 11 to celebrate Father Thomas Moriarty’s 25th anniversary of his ordainment. more
Five Towns native and National Basketball Association executive Todd Harris, whose impact on the sport can be seen during every game died, on June 6. He was 47. A cause of death was not given. more
Picking up on a campaign begun by the Town of Hempstead, U.S. Sen. Charles Schumer (D-NY) said on June 8 that he will introduce legislation to rename what is called Negro Bar Channel, a waterway near Jamaica Bay, in honor of Inwood volunteer firefighter Joseph Sanford Jr., who died on Dec. 23, 2014, four days after being injured when responding to a call in Woodmere. more
Richard and Lisa Schary, founders of the Friends of Massapequa Preserve, stood at the entrance of the Crest Hollow Country Club in Woodbury on Friday, eager to find John Cameron, of Rockville Centre, … more
After stating that the impact of plane noise on the health and environment is a top issue for the residents in his district, Assemblyman Brian Curran (Republican, Lynbrook) introduced legislation last week requiring the New York State Departments of Transportation and Environmental Conservation to examine and report on the effects of air traffic from John F. Kennedy and LaGuardia airports. more
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